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October 15, 2018 5:06:14 PM

I don't know what you do to back up your data. What do you put it on or what

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October 16, 2018 4:00:17 PM

Depends on what data you are trying to back up. Please explain.
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October 17, 2018 4:09:25 PM

I guess it's still in my phone and my tablet. I don't know much about doing things like that. Maybe I shouldn't be playing with them until someone teaches me how to use them right. I'm only 66 and I still think that I can learn even if it is wrong. Plus I do have a great since of humor. Have to just keep my chin up now days.
I do have a little flat thing that store stuff in and that's all I know what it does. I have no clue on how to use them. My brother got it for me and said put all my data stuff from both device's and he left
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October 17, 2018 10:03:33 PM

Little flat thing? Are you referring to a thumb drive? Alas, without the actual details it is kind of hard to help. But if you have an Android phone and an Android tablet, you won't be able to put the data directly onto a drive. They are made to plug into say a computer. So there wouldn't be a port on say a phone for it. Now if you have a computer, you can connect directly to that (from a phone or a tablet) using a USB cord (plugs into the phones charging port on one end and the other end connects to a USB port on a computer) then you can copy the data to the computer. Thumb drives are meant for USB ports, so if that is what he gave you, it wouldn't work direct. You would have to use the above to put the data on to the computer and then put it from the computer to the thumb drive. Which, then, you couldn't put it from the drive back to any phone or tablet without again having a computer as a middle man, so to speak.
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October 17, 2018 10:29:36 PM

webworkings said:
Little flat thing? Are you referring to a thumb drive? Alas, without the actual details it is kind of hard to help. But if you have an Android phone and an Android tablet, you won't be able to put the data directly onto a drive. They are made to plug into say a computer. So there wouldn't be a port on say a phone for it. Now if you have a computer, you can connect directly to that (from a phone or a tablet) using a USB cord (plugs into the phones charging port on one end and the other end connects to a USB port on a computer) then you can copy the data to the computer. Thumb drives are meant for USB ports, so if that is what he gave you, it wouldn't work direct. You would have to use the above to put the data on to the computer and then put it from the computer to the thumb drive. Which, then, you couldn't put it from the drive back to any phone or tablet without again having a computer as a middle man, so to speak.


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October 17, 2018 10:41:50 PM

I have a 10 inch tablet with a USB But my 7 inch don't have a USB. It's just a smaller version of my 10.
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October 18, 2018 12:51:44 AM

The one that has a USB port you could connected a thumb drive to and copy 'some' of the data. Files, contacts, etc. Not the OS or apps. However the one that doesn't have a USB port, that one would need to be done the way I mentioned above.
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