This article will show you how to find and change Samsung Cloud settings on your Galaxy phone or tablet.
Step 1. Open Galaxy Settings
To do this, swipe down on the screen to hide the notification panel, and click on the gear-shaped icon.
Step 2. Tap the fourth item
Cloud and accounts
Step 3. Tap the first option
Step 4. Check your cloud storage
At the top of the screen, in the "Cloud storage management" section, you can see the amount of storage available to the user in the cloud and the amount of space used.
Step 5. Tap Backup Settings to expand the list of applications and data types that can be backed up to the cloud
You can create a backup right now and / or set up an automatic backup.
Step 6. Open the backup settings
To enable automatic backup of your Galaxy data (which is recommended), slide the Auto Back up switch to
- Slide the switches for all data you want to save to
- To stop backing up some type of data, slide the switch to the
- To back up the selected data, tap "Back up now" at the bottom of the screen.
Step 7. Click Back to return to Samsung Cloud settings
Step 8. Scroll down to the Back Up Data section
Here you can choose which types of data (contacts, email, etc.) to sync with the cloud.
- Slide the switch next to the data you want to sync to
- To stop syncing, slide the switch to the
Step 9. Restore the device from a backup
If you want to revert to a previous OS version on your phone, restore the system from a backup. To do this, tap the "Restore" item in the "Sync & Restore" section of the Samsung Cloud menu.