It is necessary to transfer all data from the old mobile onto a new one if you want to enjoy the comfort of using your new purchase. Many built-in mechanisms and external apps allow for and facilitate such a migration. We mainly see our smartphone as data storage and only then as a device. And it is not only about files such as images, music and documents. The real identity of the user is reflected in the apps they have downloaded, the looks of their desktop, saved text messages, contacts, e-mail, playlists, etc. They all make a smartphone the most personal electronic gadget.
There is no device that could transfer all data and settings from one mobile onto another like one-to-one copy. If you want to „duplicate” the old device in the most accurate way, you need to use the combination of system services and apps. The easiest way is to transfer the data that you keep in the cloud. They are not only basic files but also your e-mail, calendar, contact list and documents. Majority of them is synchronised with online servers thanks to apps. On the other hand, some data is extremely difficult to transfer. The best example here would be the internal files of the app such as stats of saved games or data about a programme configuration. To transfer them, one needs to use a specialist tool.
It may turn out that your new smartphone needs a SIM card in a size that is different from the previous one. SIM cards are available in 3 sizes (starting from the largest size): mini, micro and nano. Although most of mini SIM cards (apart from the oldest ones with a bigger chip) can be adjusted to the micro size with the use of pair of scissors, getting a nano-sized SIM card in practically impossible without the risk of damaging the card. The best and the safest way is to visit your operator ad ask for a SIM card replacement. Depending on the network and your monthly pay, the replacement is either free of charge or some small fee. The activation process takes about an hour.
By Marcin Rusowicz on Nov 7, 2017
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