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    Hi. I currently have a 2nd Gen Moto G that I am replacing with a OnePlus 6T. (Hope I've made a wise choice!). In the past all my old phones have been "dead" and I've never transferred data from a live phone to a new phone before.

    What I'm not sure about, is does there have to be a Sim Card in each phone before I can do this please? Or do I just remove the Nano Sim from the Moto and put it into the Oneplus, then use the OnePlus data transfer App? Sorry if I sound daft, but I don't understand how to access things if one phone has had its Sim removed.

    Thank you for any suggestions....
    12-15-2018 07:37 PM
  2. Mike Dee's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central.

    You don't need a SIM in each phone. Just put the SIM in the new device. A lot of your information will transfer from your Google Account, however the data transfer app should cover the rest of what you need.
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    12-15-2018 08:18 PM

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