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Setting up a new Android phone can be a pain. Although Google has some automated features, it does not restore everything. When it comes to transferring certain types of data like files and SMS logs, it's even trickier. By following our steps, you can be sure that you all your data will follow you to your new device.
We strongly recommend that you double check both phones to make sure that all data from the old phone made it to the new one. Unless you are pressed for time (such as if you are selling the previous phone), don't factory reset the old one until you know all your data has transferred.
(08-03-2019, 13:18 )robingotten Ha scritto: [ -> ]We strongly recommend that you double check both phones to make sure you get the latest one. Unless you are pressed for time, do not factory reset the old one until you know all your data has transferred.

If you want to change your data, you should break down to the different types of personal data. When checked, you can check out items once they are transferred and can not be missed anything. For your convenience, we created one for you. While this is not a one-size-fits-all, they are the common items that users want to retain:
When first setting up a phone, Android will offer to restore your data from either NFC or from the cloud. While NFC is easier as it only requires you to physically touch each phone where their NFC chip is (which is normally on the back cover), it doesn't always work (if you have my luck, it never works).
Therefore, the more reliable restore method is cloud storage. With cloud storage, all your data from Google-based software (such as Google developed apps) will be restored. In recent years, Google has expanded this to include your Settings configurations and your Wi-Fi passwords, and several third-party apps will also pull data from this backup.
(08-03-2019, 13:19 )robingotten Ha scritto: [ -> ]Therefore, the more reliable restore method is cloud storage. With cloud storage, all your data from Google-based software (such as Google developed apps) will be restored. In recent years, Google has expanded this to include your Settings configurations and your Wi-Fi passwords, and several third-party apps will also pull data from this backup.




Google's backup service is only available for devices running Android Marshmallow or higher, meaning this step will only work if your old phone is running at least Android 6.0. To figure out what version of Android your old device is using, check out the following guide.
If you do buy a new Android device and have been using your iPhone for all your business transactions and communications, then you need to know how to transfer messages from iPhone to Android. This was a difficult task in the past, but thanks to new tools available today, you can easily transfer the messages within a short period.

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