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There are numerous ways for you to fetch the data. A very easy way for you to control the screen is to use a mouse. If you are familiar with Android Debug Bridge (ADB), you can use it as well.


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If you know the location of the settings database, you can use LlamaLab's Automate to copy app data within the application itself, even in the root directory.


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If your phone is an LG, it's easy to do that with LG backup. To backup your phone's settings, go to Settings - LG Backup [in list mode] - Backup. Unselect everything except settings, and click backup. If not, try Titanium Backup.


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Nobody posted an answer over here so I'm going to post one. Backing up system files with ADB is a bad idea. The problem is that there can be small differences in system files between Android versions. And it's more likely to not work owing to the fact that it didn't work even without the system files (more details on that below). Based on the following ...


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I did some testing of the PhoneClone app on just my new tablet. It turns out that when you select ‘this is the new device’ a hotspot is generated with a QR code for direct connection or the manual account information to connect. Thus, data transfer will happen locally via the new device’s hotspot and PhoneClone is not suitable to transfer data from far away.


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A possible solution is to backup the old phone with Helium - App Sync and Backup. Then upload, the data files created by it to Google Drive (or any other cloud storage). Download the data files from the cloud storage to your new phone. Finally restore them using the same app. Obviously, your friend will do the backup and upload the files. While you will ...


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Are you using wifi or mobile data for backup Check this settings/backup & sync and turn on backup and sync you can also try backup mode/ and reselect high quality it will auto upload


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The only way for fixing this was uninstalling WhatsApp without touching any backups or databases folder. Just Uninstall, restart the phone and install the app. It will restore everything. It worked for me and everything is fine now.


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Resetting an application usually solves such random issues. Long Click on Whatsapp -> App info -> Storage -> Clear Data. It will reset Whatsapp. Now you will have to use WazzapMigrator again to transfer your data. Hope it helps


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Myphone explorer window program can sync folder between phone and PC through USB I) first time i) install Myphone explorer Program on windows PC ii) At Android phone a) Ensure that 'USB debugging' is enabled on phone (Settings-Applications-Development or Settings-Developer options) In Android 4.2.2 and newer you have to unlock the USB-Debugging option ...


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Seeing this is an old question, wanted to update it with the solution I found in 2019. I was looking for an answer to this same question. My method was the similar to @firelords answer, connect via FTP to phone via SHAREME program, and use freefilesync to synchronize the DCIM folder to the PC. But some quick research later, I found that the following ...


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