HTC Backup

HTC Backup


HTC Backup is the simplest and most complete way to protect and preserve the unique HTC One experience you create for yourself. HTC Backup saves your phone's apps and settings to the cloud. When you reset, replace or upgrade your phone, you will be able to quickly recover your apps and settings.

Your HTC One is backed up automatically once per day when connected to a Wi-Fi network. You can also backup your phone manually at any time over a Wi-Fi or mobile data network.

HTC Backup supports more than 150 settings, including:

*Alarms
*BlinkFeed categories
*Bookmarks
*Home screen - app shortcuts and widget layouts
*Mail accounts & passwords - Exchange, Hotmail, POP/IMAP
*Personal dictionary
*Stocks
*Wallpaper
*Weather and world clock cities
*Wi-Fi networks
*Many more

To turn on automatic backup or start a restore, tap the HTC Backup icon. To change backup settings or start a manual backup, open Settings > Backup & Reset.

HTC Backup uses Dropbox to save your phone's settings in the cloud. Your settings are further protected with your Facebook, or a separate HTC Account username and password.

HTC Backup does not support photos, videos, music or documents. We think Dropbox and Google+ already do a good job of addressing backup of photos, videos, music and documents. Dropbox and Google+ both include an auto upload feature that backs up photos and videos as you capture them. You should turn on the auto upload feature when prompted while first setting up HTC Backup.

Note to AT&T customers upgrading to Sense 6.0 with Android Lollipop:
You must uninstall your current version of HTC Backup, then go to Google Play to install the latest version. Without doing this step you will receive the following error "Unknown error code during application install:’504’”
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About HTC Backup
HTC Backup is the simplest and most complete way to protect and preserve the unique HTC One experience you create for yourself. HTC Backup saves your phone's apps and settings to the cloud. When you reset, replace or upgrade your phone, you will be able to quickly recover your apps and settings.

Your HTC One is backed up automatically once per day when connected to a Wi-Fi network. You can also backup your phone manually at any time over a Wi-Fi or mobile data network.

HTC Backup supports more than 150 settings, including:

*Alarms
*BlinkFeed categories
*Bookmarks
*Home screen - app shortcuts and widget layouts
*Mail accounts & passwords - Exchange, Hotmail, POP/IMAP
*Personal dictionary
*Stocks
*Wallpaper
*Weather and world clock cities
*Wi-Fi networks
*Many more

To turn on automatic backup or start a restore, tap the HTC Backup icon. To change backup settings or start a manual backup, open Settings > Backup & Reset.

HTC Backup uses Dropbox to save your phone's settings in the cloud. Your settings are further protected with your Facebook, or a separate HTC Account username and password.

HTC Backup does not support photos, videos, music or documents. We think Dropbox and Google+ already do a good job of addressing backup of photos, videos, music and documents. Dropbox and Google+ both include an auto upload feature that backs up photos and videos as you capture them. You should turn on the auto upload feature when prompted while first setting up HTC Backup.

Note to AT&T customers upgrading to Sense 6.0 with Android Lollipop:
You must uninstall your current version of HTC Backup, then go to Google Play to install the latest version. Without doing this step you will receive the following error "Unknown error code during application install:’504’”

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 21, 2015
504 error every time I'm really disappointed in HTC. I've been a loyal fan supporting the HTC One lineup. But this app doesn't work, Sync Manager doesn't work. Data backup and the ability to restore from a file level to a complete restore has been a fundamental requirement for decades. HTC what are you doing??? Right now more than ever you need to take care of the people that support your products. You are on the bubble of not even being in the game! If the M10, or whatever it will be called flops, you're done. Game over.
A Google User
Jul 21, 2015
Doesn't install! Never installed on my last HTC and still doesn't on my new m9.
A Google User
Jul 10, 2015
Doesn't work with dropbox So I backed up. Reset. And then tried to restore. Htc backup sees the backup on dropbox, I can see the files on dropbox myself, but whenever I try to restore it asks me for permission, I grant it access/permission and then it either sends me back to choose again which backup or it gives me an error message saying to choose the right cloud service (which I am doing). Technical support didn't even know what they were taking about. I love HTC but this is rubbish.
A Google User
Jul 9, 2015
Unknown error code?! Second time I've tried to update and gotten the message about an unknown error code.
A Google User
Jul 8, 2015
Error #504 Stops at 97%. Have tried many times.
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