How To Move Entire Data From One Android to Another Using CLONEit

When we purchase a new smartphone, we are overjoyed, but migrating all of our data from our old smartphone to the new one can be a difficult chore that definitely takes the fun out of it. Happily, the same Lenovo developers who created SHAREit have created a great new app called CLONEit. Without using a cable, PC, or network, CLONEit enables the transfer of 12 different types of data, ranging from Contacts to System Settings.

Contacts, SMS text messages, MMS, call records, programmes, system settings, images, music, and videos can all be transferred via CLONEit. The app gets points for both its functionality and usability. Once you start utilising CLONEit, moving all of your data between Android smartphones should be a breeze. This is how to utilise CLONEit, then:

Note: We used a Moto G 3rd generation as the Sender smartphone and a Moto E 2nd generation as the Receiver device when testing the CLONEit Android software (version 1.1.8).

Steps to transfer all your data via CLONEit:

  • Firstly, you need to have the CLONEit app installed on your old as well as your new Android smartphone.
  • Once you ve installed the app on both devices, open CLONEit on your older Android smartphone and select Sender .
  • The app will then create an open WiFi hotspot with the name DKs0-TW90b0cz . The name on your device might differ but it should be along the same lines.
  • Now, connect the new Android smartphone to the WiFi network created.
  • After the connection is made, open CLONEit app on the new device and select Receiver .
  • You will see the Sender device when the search begins. Select the Sender device you want the data from.
  • Then, the Sender will receive a connection request from the receiver device. Tap Ok to the request on the Sender Android device.
  • Once the request is granted, the Receiver device will have the ability to select the data to migrate. There s also ability to select certain files or apps. The app also shows you the size of all the data that will be transferred.

Note:CLONEit will prompt you to switch from the default SMS app to CLONEit’s app in order to shift SMS texts. Once you have finished using CLONEit, you may go to Settings and change the default messaging app.

  • Once you have selected the data you want to import, you can tap the Start button to start importing the data to the Receiver Android smartphone.
  • You can set apps to install automatically by going to Settings->Accessibility->Auto install and turn it on. (This feature is available only on devices running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or up).

Reminder: Since the APK files for the apps were transferred, you can also manually install every app. Allowing the installation of programmes from unknown sources will be required. inSettings->Security.

  • That s it! Once the transfer is complete, you will find your old system settings (Browser bookmarks, Wallpapers and Calendar details), files, SMSes, Contacts, Call logs, photos, videos, apps and music in your new smartphone.

Aren’t the steps quite simple? They most surely are, then! CLONEit is a fantastic data transfer tool because of a few of its benefits. The CLONEit data transfer rate is 20 Mbps, which is 200 times quicker than the typical Bluetooth file transfer rate. Moreover, the software can be used without an online connection. Other utilities like an app uninstaller, a space cleaner, and others are also included.

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CLONEit works but we want more!

Although CLONEit functions as intended, we would adore it if the creators added even more capabilities, such as the capacity to transfer app data and extra system settings. While the app moves the majority of the data without any problems, it encounters some problems (errors) when moving some system settings. Let’s hope Lenovo’s developers pay attention to our feedback so that CLONEit can continue to improve.

Moving data from one Android smartphone to another will be simple now that CLONEit is available. Try it out and let us know if you have any questions or doubts in the comments area below.