Transferring content from your old device
There are several ways to transfer your data from an old device to your new device.
- Synchronize data using Google account
- Copy and transfer data using a computer
- Copy and transfer data using an SD card
Synchronizing data using a Google account
You can transfer data by synchronizing with a Google account. First, back up your data to the Google server from your old phone using your Google account. Then, set the same Google account on your new device. Depending on which contents to backup and synchronize, there are several ways.
- Gmail, Calendar, Contacts: Log in with the same Google account that you were using on your old device. Then, your Gmail, Calendar, and Contacts will be automatically synchronized with your Google account.
- Image (photo), video: Back up your data from the old device to the Google server using Google Photos. Then, synchronize with your Google account on the new device.
- Applications, setting, call history: Back up automatically using Google Drive on your old device. Then, synchronize with your Google account on your new device.
- Music and other document files: Manually back up your media files from the old device using Google Drive. Then, synchronize with your Google account on the new device.
For more information, see Backing up and synchronizing with a Google account .
Transferring data using a computer
If you are storing large volumes of data on your device, you can transfer your data using a computer. For more information, see Backing up and transferring data using a computer.
Transferring data using an SD card
You can transfer media files and contacts using an SD card. For more information, see Backing up and transferring data using a memory card.