Google allows every user to auto sync Android phones, tablets some contents with the Google account. It lets sync contacts, apps, calendar and many more. If you are new to the Android world, you may not probably aware of this Android sync manager feature. Although if you are logged-in to the Google account using the welcome setup, it automatically enables it. By default this method only protects your device’s sensitive data.
In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to enable and disable this automatic sync. Using this feature, user can upload all the contact information, installed app’s details, calendar, web browser data, gallery photos (to Picasa), some apps data and even your device’s settings and wallpapers. In some situation, there’s a drawback, if you enable Google photos sync, it will download your Picasa albums to your device. Yes, user can disable it. If the user installed or uses other Google’s services such as Gmail, Keep notes etc, this service can sync them too. If it make more sure, there is a big drawback. After enabling automatic sync, it prevents your device deep sleeping. In another work, this may use little bit battery power.
In order to save the battery usage, we can disable this feature when it’s not necessary. There are several ways to do it. Use an automatic apps such as Tasker, Locale, AutomateIt or any other app. Apart from that, there are several apps on the Google Play store to enable and disable Android automatic sync.
How to Auto Sync Android phone tablet with Google account.
- Go to your device Settings.
- Enable the Data or WiFi connection.
- Go to “Backup & reset.
- Check “Back up my Data” option.
- Secondly choose the desire backup account
- Third check Automatic restore option.
- Then scroll down until you see the Accounts.
- Tap the + Add account.