Data transfer is complicated when it comes to phones. You can move photos and videos easily enough, and sometimes music can also be transferred if it is not DRM protected, but a phone has more than just photos and media. It has apps, contacts, call logs, messages and more. It is not easy to copy, and it is almost impossible to copy like the photos and videos. You need an app for the task and you will probably be able to find an app that can copy contacts or call files. Messaging is a little trickier. The easiest way to transfer data between Android phones is by using an app on your desktop. You can connect the phones to which you want to transfer data to your desktop, and the app takes care of everything.
The only problem with using apps to transfer data between Android phones is that they are mostly designed when users buy a new phone. The purpose of these apps is to help you set up a new phone so that it contains everything your old one did. With these applications you can not really save data on the phone to which you are transferring data, but there are always exceptions. MobiKin mobile transfer is a data transfer app that can clone the data from one phone to another, but also allows you to selectively move it to another phone without overwriting existing data.
MobiKin: Android phone data transfer
MobiKin mobile transfer costs $ 49.95 for a single license for one year. At the time of writing, a great deal is underway, and you can get it for only $ 29.95. There is also a lifetime license that costs $ 59.95, which is currently available for only $ 39.95.
It also has a trial version that can transmit ten contacts, ten login entries and ten messages. It is ideal to try out the app and if you decide to buy it and it does not work as advertised, the developers will give you a refund within thirty days of your purchase.
In terms of features, MobiKin has a single purpose; transfer data. It has a dead simple interface that you can easily learn and it can guide you through the few permissions you need to activate on your Android phone. As for the Android phone, MobiKin supports Android 4.4 and later. This will include most phones used today
To transfer data, MobiKin will install the MobiKin Android app on both the source phone and the destination phone. You can remove the app later when you have finished transferring data, but if you ever want to transfer data again, the MobiKin desktop client will install the Android app on both phones.
Transfer data between Android phones
Launch MobiKin and connect the phone from which you want to transfer data. Enable USB debugging on the phone. If you do not know how to enable USB debugging, the MobiKin computer program will guide you.
After activating USB debugging, MobiKin will connect the phone and read the data from it. It will take time depending on how much data needs to be read. Repeat for the phone to which you want to transfer data.
Generally, the first phone you connect is the ‘Source’ phone, and the second one is the ‘Destination’ phone. You can click the ‘Flip’ button at the top to toggle it.
After sorting the source and destination phones, you can use the column in the middle to select what you want to transfer. If you want to keep data on the destination phone, that is, do not delete, make sure that the ‘Given information before copying’ option is not activated at the bottom of the destination phone. Click ‘Start Copy’.
The time it takes to copy data depends on the amount of data there is. It can also be affected by the USB standard that the two devices support and the version of Android they use. Older devices will take longer to read / write data.
The data that was first copied cannot be distinguished from the data that was already on the phone. You need to know what message, call book entry, contact, etc. were not there before to be able to pick it out. The copied data will appear in the default applications on the destination phone. For example, if you copied messages from an old phone to a new one, the messages will appear in the default messaging application on the destination phone.
MobiKin works as advertised, although the price may seem steep for some users. The interface of the app indicates that it can also transfer data between iPhones and other iOS devices and that you can try it, but we did not have much luck recognizing the app an iOS device. You should definitely start with the trial version if you plan to use the app for an iOS device.
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