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How to backup Samsung Galaxy S5 online to a cloud service, similar to how an iPhone backs up to iCloud?
There are a number of ways to backup your Samsung Galaxy S5 to a cloud service just like the iPhone does with iCloud. And since you're running Android, there are a wide variety of cloud services available to use to automatically backup your pictures, videos, music, and other files on your device. You can backup some of your files through your Samsung account to the cloud, of course, and Google will also back up your application and internet data, but to backup every file on your device, you will want to look at this list of great cloud storage services:
All of these services will give you some free storage that you can use to back up some of your files from your Samsung Galaxy S5. However, it's worth noting that Dropbox and Samsung teamed up for the release of the phone to give all customers 50GB of storage for free for two years. The Dropbox application will already be on your phone; just open it, sign in with the credentials for which it asks you, and then you'll be able to set up automatic backups for your device and you'll have more than enough room for all of your files.
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