As Android games become more robust and in-depth it8217s becoming increasingly likely that we8217ll want to be able to pick up our game progress between phones. This used to be a fiddly business as you8217d need to manually create backups of the game data then restore it on the new device. But things have improved thanks to Google Cloud Saves.
Here we8217ll show you how to seamlessly sync your game progress between Android phones using the cloud method as well as the more old-school manual method should a given game not support cloud saves.
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To move your game progress manually between devices once upon a time you had to use a tool called Helium Backup. Unfortunately that8217s no longer available but the good news is that you can do it all directly through Android.
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