Data Backup Free

Data Backup Free


FILE, DIRECTORY, SMS, BACKUP TO SD CARD, FTP or E-MAIL

Backup your photos, files, folders or SMS messages automatically to your SD card, FTP server or send to your e-mail address.

You can set many "backup-rules" to save your important files, folders, or SMS messages from your device.

Example:
If you want to save automatically every day or every hour etc. your new photos from SD card to your FTP, you can add a new "rule" in "List of rules" and complete the following settings:
- first you need to set up your FTP access in main menu "FTP"
- go to "List of rules" menu and press the "New" key
- add a name to your new rule, select the type of source (File, Directory, SMS), select the target type (Move to: E-mail, FTP, SD card), select the source and target path, and the occurence (Check every: x-minute, hour, day, month). Save the rule.


You can set the following rule types:
Directory ---> SD card
Directory ---> FTP
Directory ---> E-mail
File ---> SD card
File ---> FTP
File ---> E-mail
SMS ---> SD card
SMS ---> FTP
SMS ---> E-mail



- If you have a rule to save a directory every day, when the application run 2. time, will save only the new or modifyed files

- You can edit the rules in "List of rules" menu by tap and hold the item.

- If you don't have SMTP access to send outgoing e-mail messages, you can use your G-Mail free SMTP:
go to application main menu: "E-mail" and make the following setting:
SMTP Address or IP: smtp.gmail.com
SMTP User: Your G-Mail email address
SMTP Password: your G-Mail password
SMTP Port: 465

You can buy the paid adsfree version with no limitations here in Android Play with Google Checkout
With this free version you can use only 1 rule.
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FILE, DIRECTORY, SMS, BACKUP TO SD CARD, FTP or E-MAIL

Backup your photos, files, folders or SMS messages automatically to your SD card, FTP server or send to your e-mail address.

You can set many "backup-rules" to save your important files, folders, or SMS messages from your device.

Example:
If you want to save automatically every day or every hour etc. your new photos from SD card to your FTP, you can add a new "rule" in "List of rules" and complete the following settings:
- first you need to set up your FTP access in main menu "FTP"
- go to "List of rules" menu and press the "New" key
- add a name to your new rule, select the type of source (File, Directory, SMS), select the target type (Move to: E-mail, FTP, SD card), select the source and target path, and the occurence (Check every: x-minute, hour, day, month). Save the rule.


You can set the following rule types:
Directory ---> SD card
Directory ---> FTP
Directory ---> E-mail
File ---> SD card
File ---> FTP
File ---> E-mail
SMS ---> SD card
SMS ---> FTP
SMS ---> E-mail



- If you have a rule to save a directory every day, when the application run 2. time, will save only the new or modifyed files

- You can edit the rules in "List of rules" menu by tap and hold the item.

- If you don't have SMTP access to send outgoing e-mail messages, you can use your G-Mail free SMTP:
go to application main menu: "E-mail" and make the following setting:
SMTP Address or IP: smtp.gmail.com
SMTP User: Your G-Mail email address
SMTP Password: your G-Mail password
SMTP Port: 465

You can buy the paid adsfree version with no limitations here in Android Play with Google Checkout
With this free version you can use only 1 rule.
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 7, 2015
Trash Stay away
A Google User
Jul 22, 2015
Samthing
A Google User
Jul 21, 2015
Horrible UI and hardly functioned Says back up complete but doesn't always backup. Can only select one root dir per rule. Can't choose time to back up. Can't restrict to wifi. No advanced ftp settings. Don't bother downloading
A Google User
Apr 22, 2015
Loved very much
A Google User
Mar 16, 2015
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