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How to transfer your Google account to another phone
Gifts are always nice. It’s especially nice to get a new smartphone as a gift.
So, you are a happy owner of a smartphone. But now what do you need to do to transfer all the personal data from the old device to the new one?? If copying your video and music folders makes sense, what about the phone book?? Manually fill in all of your existing contacts? Well, of course not. It’s pretty simple. Let’s look at the optimal procedure for transferring personal data to a new Andro
Before you start the data migration process, make sure that the Data Archiving and Auto Restore options are active (they must be checked). Data archiving is necessary to back up user data, such as Wi-Fi network settings, browser bookmarks and some programs through your Google account. Unchecking this option will automatically delete the data from Google. The AutoRestore option is to save your data and app settings when you reinstall.
Backup is launched as follows: go to “Settings” menu, choose “Personal”, then “Backup and reset”.
II. Transfer contacts from your phone memory
You don’t have to manually type in an endless list of numbers to transfer the contact information from the memory of the old phone to the new device. You just need to go to Contacts of your old device, press the Menu button and select “Import/Export”. The window that will open will show you how easy and simple it is: just export the list to the SD-card (internal memory). On the new device you only need to repeat the same steps, selecting the “Import from internal memory” option.е. from the same card.
If there is no SD-card in the device, you will need to connect the phone to your PC via a USB cord. The archive with contacts will need to be transferred from the internal memory of the device to the computer. The import process itself will be exactly the same as the export process.
III. Transferring apps downloaded from Google Play
The Google Play Store allows you to download the programs you bought and used on your old phone for free. All of this is achieved through the fact that all purchases in the Google Play Store are not tied to a specific device, but to an account.
Paid applications are available through the Google Play Store menu in My Applications. You won’t have to search for them again and pay again. But previously downloaded free applications will not be saved in this folder.
IV. Transferring Call Logs and SMS History
Here you’ll need a separate program, such as SMS Backup, available for download through the Google Play Store. The application will save information about SMS, MMS messages and calls as a separate entry in the GMail/Google calendar.
Just bought a brand new Andro phone
Yes, yes, you read that correctly, no more than 5. 20 minutes, as all modern devices have synchronization, which allows you to transfer data from Android to Android in a short time.
FRP on your phone. What is it
Google will block activation of your smartphone if you don’t know the password of the account to which it is linked
FRP (Factory Reset Protection) is a special Android security mechanism that blocks unauthorized use of your device by unauthorized people. It is needed in case it is stolen or found. Thanks to the FRP an accidental owner will not be able to access the data of the former user, and gain full control over the device. Not only will he be unable to restore the backup, he won’t be able to use Google Play and other services.
Factory Reset Protection. it is analogous to activation lock on iOS. It practically eliminates the rationality of smartphone theft, because without a password from Google account it will be impossible to activate it.
Despite this, it is still possible to disable FRP on Android. And in several ways at once. But the difficulty of unlocking it will depend on the version of Android. The higher it is, the harder it will be to unlock it, because with each new version of its OS Google has improved the protection against unauthorized access more and more. However, you can still turn off FRP Lock on most modern Android devices. We just need to figure out exactly how to do it.
How to Log Out of a Google Account
So I decided to try deleting my Google account and adding it again:
If cleaning does not help, try deleting your account
Although deleting the account would disable all Google services where authorization is required, logging in again would put everything back in place. But in some places, such as Google Duo, you will have to re-login. But I do not think this is a big problem, especially since we were talking about saving the whole Google Play, which for many users is much more important than all the other applications and services of Google.