How to backup and restore on iOS 7.1.2

iOS 8 will be coming out today and I am using an iPhone for the first time, how do I back up and restore my content? thanks

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    When you connect your phone and start iTunes on the left side you will see your phone listed under devices.Click on te icon next to it that looks like a battery. Click on the music button at the top and uncheck the sync music box.

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    how to backup and restore in sap ECC 6.0  EHP 6 in HANA database

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    system than the first 9.0, the other computer's OS9 version probably
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    you can get away with a lot more than what an installer package may
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    { edited }

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    Edited by: user11976229 on Oct 8, 2010 11:12 AM
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    Take my little script here and adjust it to your requirements. I got the base of this script somwhere else and enhanced it myself. Read some explanations below:
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    plmuon wrote:
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