If you are on Android 4.0 or up, you can use the adb backup resp. adb restore command even without rooting your device. The syntax is:
adb backup [-f <file>] [-apk|-noapk] [-shared|-noshared] [-all] [-system|nosystem] [<packages...>]
To do a full backup, this would e.g. mean adb backup –apk –shared –all –f /backup/mybackup.ab (resp. adb restore ...
You can do it without root access
Install ADB and OpenJDK 8 (I had nothing to do with security extension) by following adb backup guide on XDA
sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jre-headless
sudo apt-get install android-tools-adb android-tools-fastboot
Now, do the following
Connect the old mobile, create backup ...
As you are rooted: Wireless network data are stored in data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf -- so you could basically copy all its network entries from one device and insert them on the other. The entries look like
An easier way would be using the App Wlan Backup & Recovery (root): Backup ...
The Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) is an extension to the Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) communications protocol that allows media files to be transferred atomically to and from portable devices. Whereas PTP was designed for downloading photographs from digital cameras, Media Transfer Protocol allows the transfer of music files on digital ...
Your apps will be synchronized with your Google account. You can see what apps are synchronized by going to the web-based Google play/android market site and going into account settings.
Your contacts as well are synchronized by default but to make sure, go to account settings on your phone.
Your pictures, downloads, and any other files you may want to ...
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.
Fast procedure (requires rooted phones)
Warning: It seems that this procedure does not work well with letter sealing. If you don't have the LINE letter ...
Does the in built-in backup service work? Yes.
But maybe not how you expect/want. As you mentioned apps need to 'opt in' to backup data and most apps don't actually use this. I'm only aware of a couple that do. As far as i know, the backed up data is only actually restore to a device when the device is initially set up, not when you install an app from the ...
No 3rd party utilities or cloud services needed for that. On the "old device":
open your contacts app
enter its menu
select to export to SD card
Now you should find a file named 0001.vcf on the SD card (internal or external, depends on what the device has). Copy that to the new device, e.g. via Bluetooth, WiFi Hotspot. then, on the new ...
The best are backup methods that backup and restore app data. Titanium Backup is excellent for this, and easy to do, especially with the pro version. It allows you to backup the apps, including the relevant app data, which holds the game progress. The pro version lets you restore them seamlessly, while the free version requires manual re-install, like Astro. ...
To completely migrate Viber, you will have to copy your message databases from old device and set them to Viber's own on new device. In addition, if you want to have all photos and videos from your conversations, you must migrate them too.
You need both devices rooted
On both devices install some Root File Manager (further "RFM"), like ...
Yes, it is possible to transfer using an OTG cable. But you require at least one of the phones to support OTG, and it is better explained here. The phones mentioned in the post are Xperia and Micromax. I am sure it will work with the rest of the OTG-supported phones too.
There are two places you should look for, the external memory (SD card or a directory that is used for similar purpose) and the internal memory (the /data/data directory). You may need to be rooted to access the latter.
In the best case scenario, the game saves all your progresses in the cloud, then you just need to reenter your login and it's all restored. ...
Another fool-proof method (no need to worry about having a specific backup app) is to grab the game's data directly.
The data for all user-installed apps can be found in /data/data/*package name*. This will be all settings, saves, and anything else. Just browse into there and copy the relevant directories to somewhere safe and put them back when you're ...
An alternative seems to be offered directly from the device:
The Windows Phone 7.5 operating system makes it easy to transfer contacts. Tap the arrow to go to the second page menu. On here you’ll find a simple Contacts Transfer app, tap it and make sure Bluetooth is switched on in your Nokia Lumia
This should (hopefully) be valid for ...
I guess this article was made for you: Import/Export/Move SMS Messages from Windows Mobile to Android. It mentions several tools to export your SMS from WinMo to an XML file, which then can be imported on your Android device without involving 3rd party tools. It also links to more useful articles on this topic.
As the OP commented, he was ...
Transferring Blackberry contacts to Android
Galaxy Note 2
Turn on Bluetooth for both devices
Pair both devices to each other
Go to Blackberry's Bluetooth setup, and select the Android phone- for me it's SGH-T889 renamed Galaxy Note 2.
Press the enter key or trackpad, and the device menu will pop up.
Select "Transfer Contacts"
Your Android device will ...
Just tested this on my phone and my gmail, and it seems to work. I'm running 4.4 with the stock Contacts app on my phone.
On your phone, in the Contacts app: menu button -> import/export contacts
Choose export to storage and it will create a .vcf file to /storage/emulated/0/ which is the root folder for storage
Transfer this file via email, or usb to a ...
Using proprietary vendor-software such as Kies for backups usually jails you into that eco-system. If your Galaxy is still available, up, and running, rather use the following steps to transfer your contacts:
open the Contacts app
hit the menu button
chose to export your contacts to SDCard (will store in .vcf format)
Now you've got a ...
Official backup / restore solution for Android, introduced by LINE by 2018 for all regions
Limitations of this method
Restored: Chats, Contacts, Media not older than a few weeks
Not restored: Sealed letter messages, Group chats, Media older than a few weeks
Perform on old Phone
Make sure you set an Email and Password for your LINE Messenger account
I found a solution of this problem. Each time I connect my phone to my computer I have to go to Settings -> Developer options -> Select USB Configuration and select MTP(Media Transfer Protocol). Then I can access the SD card from my computer. It turns out that whenever its needed to connect the phone and the computer this procedure is to be followed.
I had the same issue today. I had to replace my old (broken) Nexus 5X to a new Nexus 5X.
After unsucessfull tries (same error message as you) I started to all reconfigure manually when I noticed my old Nexus 5X was running Android 7.0 and the new stock Nexus 5X was still on Android 6.0.
So here is what I did: I accepted the update to Android 7.0, then did ...
You can do this without root permissions as its built into Android ICS. Just go to:
Settings -> Backup & Reset
Then when you setup the tablet you can restore all the Wi-Fi data from your phone when you sync from the same Google account.
An accepted solution is described with the question How to move contacts and other data from Symbian to Android? -- which might be of special interest to you, as it covers the transfer of other data as well. The SMS Migrator tool described there does, according to its description...
4 steps to migrate / import / transfer / move SMS from Iphone,
Helium - App Sync and Backup (previously Carbon) will sync all your app data, such as settings and so on:
Helium lets you backup your apps and data to your SD card or cloud
storage. With Helium, you can sync app data from your other Android
devices-- even if they are not on the same network [...] Helium does
NOT require root. All Android users can ...
As the solution described by yrajabi basically works, it might miss some data -- e.g. if you have moved some apps to SD card using App2SD, you might miss them afterwards. So a much safer approach is:
shut down your device
take out the SDCard
put the SDCard into a card reader, and attach this card reader to your PC
make sure all files are visible in your "...