Nowadays, people can go out without a wallet but without a mobile phone, which fully shows the importance of a mobile phones in people's life. Our phones hold something important, and that data is important enough to be used in important situations. In order to prevent these useful data from being deleted by mistake, it is necessary to back up these data to facilitate the recovery of these important data when needed in the future, so how to back up mobile phone data? What's even more unfortunate is if you lose your data without backing it up? Then your best bet is to seek professional help!1. Back up your dataWhether it's a simple screen replacement or a more complex device repair, there's a lot that can go wrong during the repair process that can further damage your device. In the unlikely event that this happens, you can prevent data loss by ensuring that your information is always backed up. Most smartphones can be set up for automatic backup, so you don't need to manually back it up yourself.There are two ways to back up data. You can go into device Settings and perform a backup manually. Or, as mentioned earlier, you can set it to automatic backup so that your data will be backed up periodically.Another way is to connect your device to a computer. For iOS users, backups are seamless once you have iTunes installed. For Android users, there are several ways to back up information. You can transfer files via USB, use third-party software, or sync your Google account to Google Drive or Google Backup and sync.2. Use USB cables properlyIf you use the USB cable delivered with the device to back up the device, you need to enable USB debugging and manually select the files to back up. If third-party software is used, the entire device can be backed up and data can be restored, similar to iOS backup. However, most of these apps are not free.If your Google account is synced to Google Drive, your data may be backed up to the cloud. If it syncs to Google backup and syncs, your data will be stored on your local computer.Even if your phone isn't serviced, you should back up your data regularly so you can retrieve and access your data at all times, even if you don't have your primary device with you.3. Exit your account and disable the passwordSome phone repairs can take longer, and if you don't want to wait for your device, you'll have to put it down and pick it up at a later time. You should disable passwords and other locks so that technicians can easily lock and unlock your device during repairs.To protect your privacy, log out of all applications, especially your social media and cloud accounts. Alternatively, you can download and use an app that lets you create passwords and protect your files without having to log out of your account.About OriwhizOriwhiz (Shenzhen DongYe Tengfei Electronics Co.,Ltd) is a professional MacBook repair parts, iPad, iMac, iPhone, Xiaomi, Huawei, Samsung, Sony, LG, Asus repair parts and repair tools supplier which has served thousands of repair shops with wholesale parts and hundreds of thousands of individual customers with the parts needed to fix their own iPhone, iPad, MacBook, and other digital devices.If you would like to buy phone repair parts replacement or other phone repair parts, please feel free to click on products category and select the product you want.