Part 1. How to Transfer From Android to Android with MobileTrans?
Transfer Data from Android to Android Directly in 1 Click!
- Easily transfer 18 types of data from Android to Android including apps, music, videos, photos, contacts, messages, apps data, call logs etc.
- Works directly and transfer data between two cross operating system devices with a few clicks.
- Works perfectly with Apple, Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Google, HUAWEI, Motorola, ZTE, Nokia and more smartphones and tablets.
- Fully compatible with the latest iOS 15 version and Android 12.0
- Fully compatible with Windows 11 and Mac 10.15.
- Support transfer files between your phone and your Windows PC
Step 1: Before you start the process, you need to download the MobileTrans PC app for Windows or Mac OS.
Step 2: After downloading and installing, clicking on MobileTrans icon will open a window. Navigate to “Phone Transfer” section. Then click on “Phone to Phone”.
Step 3: You can plug both devices to the PC. Both devices will appear as ‘Source’ and ‘Destination’. You can click on ‘Flip’ to swap the source and destination phones if need be.
Step 4: Click on ‘Start’ then sit back, relax and watch the whole process play out like magic. Please note that you cannot disconnect any of the devices while the transfer process is on. After this, you can access the information on your new device.
Part 2. Transfer Data from Android to Android Using Bluetooth
- First locate the Bluetooth function on your device by either pulling down the menu from the top of your phone screen. You will see the Bluetooth icon. Click on it to turn the Bluetooth device on.
- Make sure both your devices are visible to other devices. To create connection, one android device has to search for the other device Bluetooth signal. When it does, the name of the device will appear under “Available devices”.
- MTo share data from one android device to the other, Open the file Manager app and go to the folder(s) and select the data you want to share. Click on the menu button and tap on the “Share” icon which looks like this
- A list of sharing options like the image below will appear. Choose the Bluetooth icon.
- A confirmation message will pop on the screen asking to accept or decline the transfer. Tap “Accept” to begin the process.
Part 3. Transfer Data from Android to Android Wirelessly
- Ensure both devices are NFC enabled. To check for NFC support, go to settings on your device, tap on “Wireless and Networks” and select “Share and connect”. You will see the “NFC” option. Toggle it on. Now do same for the other android device.
- If both devices are NFC enabled, switch on android beam and use it to access all the data you want to transfer to the other android device. Select the data and begin the process of beaming, place each device back against the other.
- Next, you will receive both audio and haptic messages as confirmation of successful connection between both devices.
- On the sending android device, the screen will shrink into a smaller size and a “Touch to Beam” message will appear.
- Tap on the “Touch to beam” message on the screen. Once beaming starts, you will a sound notification. Make sure neither device is locked nor the screen turned off during the beaming process. Both device should be kept back to back during beaming.
Part 4. Transfer Data from Android to Android with Gmail or Messaging App
- Move to your phone setting app and click on “Backup settings” option. Under the personal tab, click on Backup and reset.
- A new page will open up showing a “Backup to Google drive”. Choose the contents you want to back up.
- After selecting, click on “Backup” and the contents will be backed up to Google drive.
- Now switch on you’re the new android device and login into your Google account. Navigate to the restore backup option. Choose the file you want to restore from the drive. Click on it and tap restore. This will transfer the data to the receiving android device.
Part 5. How to Transfer Data from Android to Android Using Google Account
- Go to settings on the sending android phone and navigate to Backup and reset page. Select “Backup my data” and toggle it on. Your data will be backed up by Google.
- Select the backup option. This will take you to the Backups page. Here you can see a folder saved with the name of your device. This folder contains all the data you saved from your phone to Google drive. Verify that the folder contains the most recent backup files to ensure you don’t lose your data when you restore to another android device.
- Now, go to the receiving android device and sign in using the same Google account used in the back up in the other android device. Select the ‘Restore from backup’ option. This would restore all your data.
Part 6. How to Transfer Data from Android to Android via Specific Device App
Android users may feel the need to switch between devices this can be for any reason from camera quality to RAM size, Android OS, Rom Size, screen size etc. With this will come the need to transfer data from the previously used device to the new one. Making use of the above listed ways will help ensure the success of the transfer process ensuring that the data sent is protected and intact. User must note the differences between each method outlined here and follow strictly to ensure the success of the process.