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How To Upgrade Your Mobile Devices To Android 10

1 Back Up Your Data

It’s vital to back up device data prior to installing Android 10. Software in beta is often riddled with bugs and other problems. Thus, it’s important to take measures to secure critical device and personal data before upgrading. Data backup is also useful should you decide to go back to the previous version. With your information safeguard with data backup, you’ll have a way to recover your data if something goes wrong with the installation process.

Below is how to back up data on Android devices. Keep in mind that steps may vary slightly depending on the type of device you’re using.

1, Go to “Setting”

2. Select “Systems”

3. Tap on “Backup & restore”

4. Toggle on “Back up to Google”

If you don’t have an account with Google you may create one, it takes just a few minutes. To make the installation process more seamless, toggle on “Auto-restore”. That will automatically restore your data and settings once you log in with your ID. You also have the option to choose the features you’d like to back up (i.e. contacts, messages, settings, etc.). When you’re done, select “Back up” to sync your data to Google drive. Now, should you encounter problems during the installation process, you have all your data in the cloud and can easily revert back to your original settings.

2 How To Install Android 10

Currently, Android 10 is only compatible with a hand full of devices and Google’s own Pixel smartphones. However, this is expected to change in the next couple of months when most Android devices will be able to upgrade to the new OS.

Most smartphones have unique user interfaces, thus the path to upgrade will vary. However, if your device has a search bar you can type in “software upgrade” or “system upgrade” to find the upgrade button. You can also manually locate the upgrade button. Here’s how to find it:

Go to “Settings”

Select “System”

Tap on “Software update” or “System update”

If Android 10 doesn’t install automatically, tap “check for updates”. A button to install Android 10 will pop up if your device is eligible. Restart your device once the installation is complete and have fun.

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It’s vital to back up device data prior to installing Android 10. Software in beta is often riddled with bugs and other problems. Thus, it’s important to take measures to secure critical device and personal data before upgrading. Data backup is also useful should you decide to go back to the previous version. With your information safeguard with data backup, you’ll have a way to recover your data if something goes wrong with the installation process.

Below is how to back up data on Android devices. Keep in mind that steps may vary slightly depending on the type of device you’re using.

1, Go to “Setting”

2. Select “Systems”

3. Tap on “Backup & restore”

4. Toggle on “Back up to Google”

If you don’t have an account with Google you may create one, it takes just a few minutes. To make the installation process more seamless, toggle on “Auto-restore”. That will automatically restore your data and settings once you log in with your ID. You also have the option to choose the features you’d like to back up (i.e. contacts, messages, settings, etc.). When you’re done, select “Back up” to sync your data to Google drive. Now, should you encounter problems during the installation process, you have all your data in the cloud and can easily revert back to your original settings.

Currently, Android 10 is only compatible with a hand full of devices and Google’s own Pixel smartphones. However, this is expected to change in the next couple of months when most Android devices will be able to upgrade to the new OS.

Most smartphones have unique user interfaces, thus the path to upgrade will vary. However, if your device has a search bar you can type in “software upgrade” or “system upgrade” to find the upgrade button. You can also manually locate the upgrade button. Here’s how to find it:

Go to “Settings”

Select “System”

Tap on “Software update” or “System update”

If Android 10 doesn’t install automatically, tap “check for updates”. A button to install Android 10 will pop up if your device is eligible. Restart your device once the installation is complete and have fun.