Android and iOS are the best smartphone OS in the world today, but only iPhone, iPad and iPod is running the iOS. Most of smartphone are launching the Android system. Compared with iPhone, Android phones have more choices, and they almost more cheaper than iPhone, therefore, so many users prefer to use the Android phone. However, there are thousands of Android phones on the market, really hard to choose, are you wanting to replace another better Android phones?
In fact, not just you, there are lots of users buying a new Android phones to replace theirs old Android phones every day, perhaps because of mobile phone is too old, too far behind, out of memory, low performance, or the new-launch phone is more attractive, etc. No matter what the reasons you want to replace your old phone, when you get a new one, the first thing you need to do is switching data from one Android phone to another, including your contacts, call history, text messages, photos, music, apps, and other important files. To directly and easily copy your data from Android to Android, you can not miss the powerful transfer tool which named Phone to Phone Transfer.
Phone to Phone Transfer capable of transferring data like contacts, text messages, photos, music and more between Android, iDevices and Symbian. So you can directly copy your data between any two Android devices with a click via this transfer tool. What’s more, the program widly compatible with almost all brands of Android phones and tablets, not just Samsung, LG, HTC, Motolora, HuaWei, Sony, Acer, Google, etc.. Now you can download the trial version and follow the steps below to sync your data from Android to Android.
The Phone to Phone Transfer program will automatically launch after installation, when you see the primary window, select the first mode and click “Start” to enter the Phone to Phone Transfer mode. Then please take out your USB cables to connect both of your Android devices to the computer.
When your Android devices are recognized by the program, all the found data from your source Android device will being shown, including contacts, text messages, call logs, photos, videos, music and so on.
Now, you can mark those what you want according to your need, and click “Start Copy” to transfer them to the destination Android phone.
Note: As you can see, there is a “Flip” button in the middle of window, if you want to change the location of your source and destination device, just click it.