LINE is a messaging/call application.
I bought a new Android phone, and want to transfer LINE friends, chat history, call logs, groups, groups chat history, from my former Android phone.
How to do?
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Restored: Chats, Contacts, Media not older than a few weeks
Not restored: Sealed letter messages, Group chats, Media older than a few weeks
Warning: LINE only allows one active phone, and will destroy data on the old phone as soon as you log in on the new phone, so be sure to correctly perform this procedure BEFORE logging in on the new phone.
Warning: It seems that this procedure does not work well with letter sealing. If you don't have the LINE letter sealing option enabled, go ahead.
/sdcard/TitaniumBackup/) from your old phone to your new phone. It should contain 3 files or so.
/sdcard/, then transfer it to a desktop computer (via ADB or email)
delete from setting;then press the Execute button. Click "Write changes" then exit, and copy the modified file back to
This restores your friends, chat history, call logs, groups, groups chat history.
Thanks to TechGravy for the procedure.
If you are unlucky enough to have a phone that can't be rooted (the old one or the new one or both), then your only option is this:
Backup all) to the SD card (or email if you prefer).
Import chat history, confirm.
In total this will take about 1 minute per friend if you are fast, for instance about 3 hours if you have 200 friends.
Warning: Groups chat history can not be restored by this procedure. This only restores friends, chat history, call logs, groups. Also, it loses any media older than a couple of weeks.
Another "Fast procedure" for un-rooted phones is by using a 3rd party tool called Backuptrans Android Line Transfer. You need to follow these steps:
That is it.