Alternative backup clients

Alternative ways to backup storage using 3rd party apps:

Google +:

 

Click on the Google + app on the Home Screen.

 

 

Click on the ‘Get Started’ button and sign into your Google + account.

 

 

Sign into Google + using your gmail account. If you don’t have a login, click on ‘create an account’.

 

 

After you have signed in, you will be asked to add a photo for your profile (you can skip this by clicking next in the top right).

 

 

You will then be asked if you want your photos backed up, click on ‘Turn on Auto Backup’.

 

 

A prompt will appear asking if you want Google to have access to your photos, click OK.

 

 

Your photos will now be automatically backed up and synced with your Google + account.

 

Dropbox:

 

Click on the Dropbox app on the Home Screen.

 

 

A popup will appear, click on ‘sign in’ if you already have a dropbox account or swipe to the right three times and click on ‘sign up’ if you dont have an account.

 

 

Once you are signed in click on the ‘Photos’ tab on the bottom.

 

 

Click on ‘Enable Camera Upload’.

 

 

A prompt will appear, click OK to continue.

 

Your photos that are currently saved on your camera roll will be uploaded. Any other picture taken will be automatically uploaded.

 

One Drive:

 

Click on the One Drive app on the Home Screen.

 

 

A prompt will appear, click OK to continue.

 

 

Click on ‘Sign In’ to sign into One Drive.

 

 

Enter your Microsoft account user name and password if you already have one. If you dont have one click on ‘Sign up now’.

 

 

Once signed in you will be asked to turn on ‘Camera Backup’ click ‘Turn On’.

 

 

A prompt will appear saying that One Drive would like access to your photos, click OK to continue.

 

 

Another prompt will appear saying that One Drive would like to send you notifications, click OK to continue.

Your photos are now backed up automatically using One Drive.

 

 

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