Recommendation to transfer data from one phone to other without using USB cable

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  1. Karmakar

    Karmakar New Member

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    Hi Guys!

    Can I get some recommendation of apps with can help me to transfer data from one to other phones. I have come across lot of options but in vein. Some takes years to transfer data, while some needs cable connection, some internet connection, some for are paid version.:(

    Looking for app which can surpass all the above and the best.

    Please help me guys!:D
     
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    Some basic questions first before I look into a solution for you:
    • What kind of data are you transferring (pictures, text messages, apps, etc.)?
    • Is this migration of an old phone to a new phone or are you just wanting to send a photo to someone or share information for two devices that you own?
      • For migration, if you have Moto Devices they usually have ways you can do it through bluetooth that's built into the phone itself.
    • Are these both Android Phones? If so, what phones are they?
    I do use Airdroid for simple data movement like dragging and dropping files. You do, however, need a computer to interact with both phones and act as a 'server.' Also, if you are in close proximity to the other device, I believe there are Android Beam and NFC applications out there that may help, I just don't know any right off the top of my head. There's also some root options like Titanium Backup as well if you're talking about an entire migration.
     
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  4. Karmakar

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    Am using an Android phone.
    Data transferring - Images, videos, files documents and movies.
     
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    Use the App named ' ShareIt ' or 'Xender'
    These apps use WiFi to transfer files and speed is very high
     
  6. Karmakar

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    Thank you Lilsidsri!

    I used Xender for transferring files, its truly an amazing app!
    It so good i recommended to other friends of mine as well.

    Thanks again!
     
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    Why not try some cloud storage app, such as dropbox, as an intermediate transit point?
     
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    I have used Shareit and AnyShare. Both of these apps are really useful. You can try any of them.
     
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    I've used "Xender","send anywhere", "apowersoft phone transfer". Both of them are good apps. Worth to try.
     
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    I just upload to Google drive, then download back to New device here... Only works for 15GB thou
     
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    I'm using Xender. It's very fast and easy to use.

    I've also used "Flash Transfer" and "Software Data Cable". But Xender is much easier to use.
     
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