Although samsung is dedicated to the manufacture of different electronic equipment, one of its best products and the one that generates greater profitability for the company are mobile devices. These cell phones are sold like “hot cakes” and offer users an account called “Samsung Account” for free. What is it for and how can you restore its data to a new smartphone? It is something that Depor will explain to you immediately.
Translated into Spanish it would be “Samsung account”, basically it is an integrated membership that you receive for free after having purchased a smartphone of the aforementioned brand. It is necessary to emphasize that you can not only use this account on cell phones, but also on tablets, Smart TVs, and any other Samsung device.
This account is responsible for storing all the information on your mobile device, such as: photos, videos, settings, contacts, applications, etc. Therefore, it is recommended that you make a backup copy of all this data every week. For what purpose? so that when you buy a new Samsung phone you no longer have the need to download all your favorite apps, register contacts, among other actions that take too much time.
The guide to restore Samsung Account data on a new smartphone
- First, make the settings that all new cell phones of the brand samsung It asks you, for example: choose the language, connect to a Wi-Fi network, register your Gmail account, etc.
- Now, access the “Settings”, you locate it with the icon of a cogwheel or gear.
- The next step is to tap on the “Samsung Account” section, log in with your email and password.
- Now, scroll down and tap on the “Samsung Cloud” option.
- Here click on the blue button called “Restore data”.
- You will see the last backup with its date and time, press it and then click “Restore” > “Install”.
- Finally, let the process finish.
- Preferably use a Wi-Fi connection and not mobile data.
For what reasons an Android cell phone has no signal
- Airplane mode: It is a tool that disconnects your cell phone from everything, be it the telephone signal, Internet access and Bluetooth. Verify that the mode is not activated.
- suspended line: when you are a postpaid user (who makes monthly payments), you must cancel your receipts on time to avoid a possible cut, sometimes it is not about the signal, but about non-payment.
- Data network configuration error and damaged SIM: It is likely that your mobile has automatically configured itself to the 2G or 3G LTE network, somewhat old, ideally it should have the 4G network. Also, the SIM card chip must not be damaged or broken because it will render you inoperative.