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try shareit application from playstore installing in both mobiles. it works on wifi and you can send your data very fastly. mobiles connect to eachother using wifi but desnot need to connect to any other wifi network so no need to worry about privacy
You can use Asus Share Link application (even on non ASUS branded devices) or similar application from competitors to do send files by direct Wi-Fi or passing by a Wi-Fi enabled access point.
Apps need to be installed, they can't be moved from phone to phone. You will need to backup all your apps using any backup app from the play store. Your apps will be backed up as .apk files. Use a file browser and find the files either on the sd card or phone storage. Transfer the files to your new phone and install them one by one. Note that .apk files ...
The only solution I have been able to find is to, with the phone plugged in to the computer and unlocked: Enable Developer Mode in Settings Go to Developer Options Select USB Configuration Select MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) If this doesn't work, select Charging only, then select MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) again.
For transfering files thorugh pc to USB: Goto settings>about phone> and tap build bumber several times until it shows you are now developer. Now goto settings> developer options> enable debugging mode. Now try connecting to pc (Make sure you have USB drivers installed). For transfering files from phone to USB:* Make sure you have working otg cable. Use es ...
This is bizarre. I connected the phone via a different USB socket on the computer (same cable), and this time it worked fine, in fact better than before: The Sony icon appeared without needing to "install" anything, and accesses both internal and SD memory like before The "Install software" Sony message pops up on the phone like before now The missing ...
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