Transferring Programs From Android To Android

When you need to remember something, we traditionally record notes. They are now customarily stored on the phone. The disadvantage of this method of reminder can be considered attachment to a smartphone. Android and iOS are the most common operating systems. Let’s start with the question of how to transfer notes from Android to Android. The second topic will be how to transfer notes from iPhone to Android.

How to transfer notes from Android to Android

  1. CLONEit (download from Google Play) must be installed on both phones participating in the exchange.
  2. At the same time, we launch the program on two smartphones.
  3. Choose from two proposed options: sender and recipient.

Transferring Programs From Android To Android

How to transfer notes from Android to Android using CLONEit

On this, the description of transferring notes from Android to Android can be completed.

How to transfer notes from iPhone to Android

Using Outlook

IPhone and Android are slightly different platforms. To establish a connection between them, just activating Bluetooth will not work. First, let’s try the option with Outlook. If there are not many notes, then it is better to send them by e-mail. For large volumes we use our computer.

  1. We connect the iPhone via a USB cable to the computer. Launch iTunes.
  2. On the left in the program on the PC you will see the category “Info”. Here, among the many menus, choose where to talk about synchronizing notes. In English, the category is called: “Sync notes with”. Now click on Outlook: it will be located in the drop-down list.

Transfer notes from iPhone to Android

Apple iCloud

Here, information leakage cannot occur, which allows you to maintain complete confidentiality. Again, let’s take a look at the points of working with iCloud.

  1. Launch on your iCloud smartphone. Go to the settings. Here you need to activate the synchronization.
  2. Next, click on “Storage and backup.” From the proposed options, select the item that refers to the backup.

Transfer notes via iCloud

We use Gmail for transfer

Google is universal even in matters of saving and transferring notes. The mail service will help out in a situation where notes need to be copied to your Android from iPhone. The main condition remains an account. Add an account and activate synchronization in mail and on your smartphone. The last thing will be a call to the mail service with Android, which will receive all the notes from the account.

Conclusion

We told you the most common and simple ways to transfer notes from Android to Android, as well as ways to transfer notes from iPhone to Android smartphone and vice versa, these instructions will work if you use them to transfer in the reverse order. If you have any questions, suggestions or difficulties, ask questions in the comments on this page or in our contact group.

Evgeny Zagorsky

IT specialist. Author of informational articles on Android smartphones and IOS smartphones. Expert in solving problems with computers and programs: installation, configuration, reviews, security tips for your devices. In his free time he designs and develops websites.

Bought a new phone? Awesome! Now it remains only to transfer applications and settings from the previous device.

Google always syncs calendars, contacts, documents to Drive, as well as Gmail settings and other account information between your devices, and with Android 5.0, the company began to offer the ability to transfer applications to new devices. With Android 6.0, this feature has been expanded to include application data, as well as system settings, with all the information stored in the cloud.

If you use the Google Start launcher, then the desktop wallpaper, the location of the icons and widgets, as well as the folder structure will be saved in the cloud, which allows you to transfer settings to a new phone and save the desktop layout.

Where is all this data stored? Google uploads a backup copy of the application data to Google Drive, allocating 25 MB for each application. Backup system data is not counted in the storage quota of Google Drive.

Today we will look at a way to transfer application data and settings when switching from an old Android phone to a new Android smartphone.

How to backup on Android

First, make sure that the backup service is on your current phone.

  1. Open Settings from the main screen of the device.
  2. Go to Recovery and reset.
  3. Switch Copy data at On.
  4. Check if specified correctly google backup account which will be backed up.
  5. Switch Auto recovery on the On to restore settings and data when reinstalling applications.

Now that you’ve enabled the backup service on Android, your system settings and application data will be automatically saved to Google Drive. When you switch to a new phone, you can use this service to restore settings, applications and their data.

How to transfer applications and data to a new Android phone

Transferring applications and data is very easy if you have Android 5.0 and higher. This option is available for phones as they are launched for the first time, or after they have been reset to factory settings.

  1. Press arrow on the welcome screen to start setting up your phone.
  2. Select system language.
  3. Go home Wi-Fi network.
  4. Select Accept and continue.
  5. Log in to your Google account.
  6. On the Google services page, you can choose whether you want to enable the backup service for your account.
  7. Choose your preference and click Further.
  8. If you want to add another account, you can do by clicking Add another email address. Otherwise, just select Not now and press Further.
  9. Now we come to transfer settings and applications from an old Android device.
  10. You will see a list of all your previous devices, and when was the last time you used them.
  11. Select a device to see all available transfer applications.
  12. If you want to transfer all applications and settings, click Reestablish.
  13. Do not want to transfer everything? Uncheck the box next to Restore all.
  14. Select selectively which applications you want to transfer and click Reestablish.
  15. You can now set up your fingerprint and turn on Google Now. Everything is ready! After the initial setup is completed, applications and settings will be restored in the background.

The ability to restore applications and settings is available on all modern phones running Android 6.0 and later, although there are a few exceptions. For example, Xiaomi phones, they generally do not offer recovery from a Google account. The fact is that the MIUI firmware used in Xiaomi smartphones has its own backup system. Mi Cloud.

Did you manage to transfer applications and data from Android to Android? Write about it in the comments.

Have you purchased a new device on Android? Well, congratulations. Most likely, now you will want to transfer data and files to it from your old device. As practice shows, transferring photos, music and videos is not at all difficult. Sometimes users encounter some difficulties in cases where there is a question about transferring other information, or rather contacts and installed applications. But depending on the device used, you can solve the problem with built-in or third-party tools, which you will learn about later.

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Transfer phone book contacts

First of all, let’s talk about the most important thing. Transferring contacts. Unlike old-style smartphones, for example, those that worked on Symbian OS, everything is much easier on Android with transferring user data.

Option One. Using the Internet and your Google Account

All you need to do is register a Google account and log in to it from your device, on which “Backup” and “Automatic recovery” should be enabled in the settings. After that, all contacts from the phone book will be automatically added to your account. If you log into the account from another device, for example, a new one, the previously saved contacts in the account will be copied to the phone book. Convenient and easy.

Option Two. Export to a memory card

If you are one of those users for whom the Internet is currently unavailable for some reason, or simply want to manually transfer contacts, you must export them. This method is relevant only if both devices have a slot for memory cards.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the Contacts app on your Android device.
  2. Go to the settings menu and find the item “Export contacts” or similar.
  3. Export the contacts to a separate file and save it on the sd card.
  4. Replace the sd card in the device to which you want to transfer contact information.
  5. Go to the Contacts application on the transfer device.
  6. In the application settings, find the item “Import contacts” or similar.
  7. Import contacts from the memory card into the phone’s internal memory by specifying the path to the file with exported contacts.

SMS and MMS messaging

Text messaging is usually the most complex and erratic process. The best option for this task is SMS Backup. & Restore It downloads messages to the microSD card, if available on the smartphone. In another way, you can transfer SMS to a computer and then use the application to restore them on a new smartphone by connecting it to a computer. Testing showed that the program is doing its job and all messages are successfully moved. Detailed instructions for working with software are presented in the article. How to Transfer SMS.

It’s best to stop using SMS and MMS services at all and switch to third-party messengers. For example, in Facebook Messenger, all that is required of you is simply to log in to your account and all your messages will be at hand. The same can be said of WhatsApp, Viber, and others.

Transferring music files

It is unlikely that you will want to fill out your music collection from scratch on a new smartphone. Even if you don’t use Google Play Music, this program is the best way to transfer music.

It is best to do this using a computer. Play Music stores up to 50,000 audio tracks. After that, you can play them on any of your devices by entering the application. In the browser, open the settings and download the music to the Google Play Music application for the desktop computer. On your new smartphone, log in to your Play Music account and all the music will be in front of you.

You can save these tracks in the cloud or download them to your device for local access, so as not to depend on the availability of Internet access.

Google Play Music will help with moving music.

Using universal programs to solve the problem

I would like to separately note CLONEit. Batch Copy All Data. The program can transfer different types of mobile data in just a few simple steps. Among them:

  • Contact details;
  • SMS and MMS;
  • Call log;
  • Program data and the programs themselves;
  • System settings and more.

CLONEit. Batch Copy All Data can move more than 10 types of mobile data.

Step-by-step instructions on how to work with CLONEit. Batch Copy All Data:

  1. Install it on both Android devices and run.
  2. On the old phone, you need to press the “Sender” button, and on the new, “Receiver”.
  3. After the gadgets find each other and establish a connection between themselves, the user will be able to select the mobile data that needs to be transferred.
  4. To start the process, press the “CLONEit” button.

Transfer information between Android devices of the same manufacturer

How to transfer data from Android to Android in this case? Indeed, many users always buy a novelty of their favorite brand, if their model is already outdated.

Fortunately, Android smartphone makers are not idle and are developing special software designed to easily and quickly copy data from the memory of one device to the memory of another.

Samsung

Owners of Samsung smartphones can use the special Smart Switch utility to transfer information. The utility is able to transfer contacts, notes, calendars, photos, videos and much more.

Any Android device running version 4.0 and higher can be used as a migration source.

A special application “LG Backup” has been developed for devices from LG, which can export almost any type of user data. The only thing that can upset many is limited support, since you can transfer data using this utility only if the device used for migration is running Android JellyBean.

Perhaps one of the best applications for backup and data transfer is Xperia Transfer Mobile, which allows the owner of Sony smartphones to easily exchange data between a variety of devices. Almost all smartphones and tablets are supported.

Owners of smartphones from HTC have access to the excellent utility. “Transfer Tool”, thanks to which you can quickly and easily transfer all SMS messages, notes, calendar schedules and other important information from one device to another. To transfer data, this application uses a wireless protocol called Wi-Fi Direct.

Even a beginner can understand the application. You can install it on any Android device, however, you can only transfer data to smartphones and tablets from HTC. It will require an operating system version 2.3 or higher.

Motorola

Especially for users of Motorola smartphones, the company’s specialists have created a software tool called Motorola Migrate. The application is available for the Android operating system version 4.1 and higher.

The software allows you to transfer data from any Android device running an operating system version 2.2 and higher. It is noteworthy that the oldest models are also partially supported, however, the transfer options are somewhat limited. For example, on some devices only contacts can be transferred.

Meizu

In the smartphones of this manufacturer, the data transfer procedure is organized very conveniently. You can use the proprietary Flyme shell application “Migration Tool” or the built-in “Backup” function.

The Migration Tool works on the principle of the CLONEit universal application discussed above. The interface is intuitive and simple. On the old device, in the program window, click the “Send from this phone” button, and on the new one, “Transfer to this phone.” As a result of these actions, the system will offer a 4-digit code, which must be entered on the old device. Next, a Wi-Fi connection is established. Then the user must select the content for the “migration” and click on the “Start Submission” button.

As for the “Backup” function, in the “Settings” go to the “About the phone” section, then “Memory”, and then “Backup”. The system will prompt the user to backup data, after selecting which ones. Everything is saved in the Backup folder, which can be found through the file manager. Further, the received file can be transferred to the new Meizu smartphone and placed in the same folder. Then you need to go to “Settings” along the same path where you will see a backup file from your old smartphone. To start the transfer from the backup, just click “Start recovery”.

Xiaomi and Redmi

The popular manufacturer Xiaomi offers several tools for transferring data between smartphones at once. This is the Mi Mover application, Mi Drop and the Mi Cloud cloud service. The first and last is great for working with a large amount of data, and Mi Drop is oriented for transferring selective files. It is also worth noting that thanks to Mi Mover, you can transfer data from Android from any other manufacturers, but only to Xiaomi. In some cases, it can even be very useful.

Huawei and Honor

For reliable information transfer on the devices of this company is responsible for a proprietary application called Phone Clone. Able to work on any Android device, not just Huawei and Honor. Over, there is a version even for iOS. Thus, the functionality provides ample opportunities for the “migration” of data from one phone to another.

Backup as a transfer method

First, make sure that you are logged in to your Google account on your Android smartphone. Open “Settings” and go to the “Recovery and reset” section (on different models this section may have different names).

Make sure that the “Data backup” and “Auto-recovery” settings are enabled, and that the smartphone is connected to a Google account.

These settings ensure that application data, Wi-Fi passwords and smartphone settings are transmitted to Google’s servers. They will be available to you when you log in to your account on a new smartphone. Thanks to this, you do not have to re-enter passwords from networks that you have already saved. Of course, Google will know all your Wi-Fi passwords at the same time, but this is unlikely to frighten anyone.

If you have a Samsung device, you can use the “Back Up Data” option in your Samsung account. Here you will save text messages, phone logs, contacts, mail accounts that you used in Samsung applications. You can make a choice: for example, select a Google account to synchronize contacts, mail and photos, but at the same time save text and call records in your Samsung account, since Google does not have this option.

Advanced settings

Having figured out the backup recovery, you need to pay attention to another application “Settings”. On your smartphone you will find an application called “Google Settings” (if it runs on Android Marshmallow (6.0), this will be another section in the standard “Settings” application). Here you can manage different services connected to your Google account. Here much more is done than just data backup, but in this case we will pay attention to it.

To get started, select Smart Lock for passwords. Here passwords from supported applications and sites are stored in the Google account. Thus, if you enter through the Chrome browser on a new smartphone, you will not have to enter the password from the site again. This also works with some third-party applications, if their developers have taken care of this. While there are few such applications, it is better to trust password managers. You can choose between Dashlane, LastPass, 1Password.

Another important aspect is backing up Google Photos. All your photos and videos will be sent to Google Photos. The user receives unlimited storage, but he will have to endure compression of the content. Also, any content can be stored in the cloud Google Drive, where for a start is given 15 GB.

Conclusion

Using modern technology, you can easily switch from one Android device to another, while retaining all the information and user data in memory. There is nothing complicated in the process of data transfer and backup, the main thing is to understand and understand how everything works. Of course, there is no point in transferring some data, for example, when it comes to contacts stored on the SIM card or bookmarks in Google Chrome.

You can also solve this issue using special universal applications, for example, Copy My Data and CLONEit. Batch Copy All Data. If Root rights are obtained on the device, then you can use the Titanium Backup functionality.