Sync data across all of your devices using Samsung Cloud
You can make sure your phone's data is up-to-date with Samsung Cloud. It will sync data on multiple devices, so they'll have the latest information. For example, if you added a new Calendar event or contact on your phone, they will appear on other devices that are signed into the same Samsung account.
Note: Available settings may vary by carrier and software version. Not all countries or carriers support this service. Samsung Cloud is not available on Verizon phones or tablets.
Sync your data
Note: Content will not automatically sync if your Cloud storage is full. Data charges may apply if the "Wi-Fi and mobile data" option is selected.
You use some apps more than others - no worries, you can customize which apps automatically sync. When sync is enabled for the same app on multiple devices, your data will follow you no matter which device you use!
Navigate to and open Settings, tap your name at the top of the screen, and then tap Samsung Cloud.
Tap an app to see its additional sync settings. To change the sync settings, tap Sync using, and then choose Wi-Fi only or Wi-Fi and mobile data.
Next, tap the switch next to your desired apps and data to turn auto sync on or off for them. Some apps you can sync include Contacts, Calendar, and Bluetooth.
If you want to manually sync everything right now, tap Back up data, and then tap Back up now.
Enabling Auto back up or Syncing your data manually also ensures that your Cloud storage account is safe from deletion. Any accounts or categories such as contacts, calendars, keyboard data, etc. that are not used within a 12-month period could be subject to deletion.
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