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How to copy your content, settings and applications from one Android to another when you change your tablet or smartphone

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How to copy your content, settings and applications from one Android to another when you change your tablet or smartphone

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November 2, 2015

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Change of smartphone or tablet It is something exciting for many users, especially if we have been able to hunt (which almost always coincides with that one can afford it) the device for which we had been sighing for some time. However install Applications and pass photos or contacts From one Android to another it can be a tedious task and it is even complicated, sometimes, to be safe from leaving something important in oblivion and losing it forever.

Many manufacturers are starting to include in their layers some kind of function to pass the contents as they are from one team to another, even Manzana It has recently joined this trend to facilitate transit from Android to iOS. Others, like Samsung, they have their own applications dedicated to this task, however, in the Play Store we can find an app that works with any model and performs its function efficiently.

CLONEit: download and installation

The basic tool that we are going to use to make the transfer is called CLONEit and will allow us to work in a simple and intuitive way. It is also free and does not have any type of limitation, micropayments or advertising. It is fully translated into Spanish and although we cannot assure it, the URL of your Google Play listing makes us think that the service provides it to us Lenovo.

CLONEit - Batch Copy All Data

CLONEit - Batch Copy All Data

To operate more efficiently, we recommend carrying out a couple of adjustments on the receiving device. After installing the application we must go to Security and keep the option to install software on Unknown origins while the whole process lasts. It is also important to leave the mode on Auto Install which will appear in Accessibility after downloading CLONEit.

Link the two terminals

The next step is to make smartphones / tablets recognize each other. The application uses a system hotspot to connect directly and securely. The interesting thing, in addition, is that it crosses the contents from team to team without going through the cloud, therefore does not involve risks to privacy of the user.

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What we must do is launch CLONEit in the two terminals and designate one as the reception and the other as the emission. Then we can put aside the android of origin and focus only on the destination.