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Easiest way to backup current phone and transfer it to EVO LTE.

mikehoff99

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What does everyone think is the easiest way to do a transfer of all the information to the new EVO LTE?
I have the Samsung Epic Touch now and i cant wait to get my new phone up and rocking!
I think it will help if people give options for...
Is it rooted...
Is it stock....
Transfer from "manufacturer" to EVO LTE....


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jlo8720

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Re: Easiest way to backup current phone and transfer it to EVO LT

im planning on making a backup via "mybackup" by rerware.

then eventually rooting and restoring said apps/data/etc to the phone.

it would be nice if sense/htc could manually do this via cloud, but i guess thats a little too much to ask.
 

Hurleygm

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Re: Easiest way to backup current phone and transfer it to EVO LT

What does everyone think is the easiest way to do a transfer of all the information to the new EVO LTE?
I have the Samsung Epic Touch now and i cant wait to get my new phone up and rocking!
I think it will help if people give options for...
Is it rooted...
Is it stock....
Transfer from "manufacturer" to EVO LTE....


Sent from my SPH-D710 using Tapatalk 2

If you saved your contacts/calender to GMail or Exchange they will be there when you sign in.
 

jlo8720

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Re: Easiest way to backup current phone and transfer it to EVO LT

but obviously phone numbers and google settings/related logins should be good from the box.
 

andybock

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Re: Easiest way to backup current phone and transfer it to EVO LT

I keep having trouble with syncing my contacts. It doesn't seem to wana sync to my gmail.
 

dyphx

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Re: Easiest way to backup current phone and transfer it to EVO LT

I use Google for my contacts and calendar, so all of that is seamless. I don't mind re-installing apps one at a time. It'll give me a chance to get rid of ones I don't really use. Pictures, etc. are stored on the SD card so no problems there, though I'll probably make a backup on my PC and start fresh with those too.
 

ffejjj

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Re: Easiest way to backup current phone and transfer it to EVO LT

Yep, go in your contacts, menu, import/export
 

ffejjj

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Re: Easiest way to backup current phone and transfer it to EVO LT

Well for me i never like setting up my phone the same way.

Its a new phone so i reorganize it with new apps in new spots. lol Takes a few days to get use to but i want a whole new feel. jmo
 

andybock

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Well for me i never like setting up my phone the same way.

Its a new phone so i reorganize it with new apps in new spots. lol Takes a few days to get use to but i want a whole new feel. jmo

I want mine to also look a little different, but anything will be great since it takes 30 seconds to open my texts, and another thirty to send. I need to keep telling myself to delete texts so this dosent happen again.
 

Hurleygm

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Re: Easiest way to backup current phone and transfer it to EVO LT

I keep having trouble with syncing my contacts. It doesn't seem to wana sync to my gmail.

When you save a contact you have a few options. You have to choose "google" and not "phone".

You can export then to you SD card, then import them into Google or Outlook.
 

kbp08tls

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I'm not worried about contacts and calendar and stuff as Gmail already syncs those things automatically.
I'm worried about more important things like my progress on Angry Birds. I worked hard for all those stars and eggs!
I'm thinking TiBu apps from my old phone, root my EVO, install TiBu, then restore data as I reinstall apps.
If there's an easier or more efficient way I'd like to know.

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WeGlobal

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Google makes the transfer easy for me. Contacts, calendar, Google drive, Google music.....I'm good, and I got my pictures on my SD card, so I will pop that in the new EVO and sync everything Google related.

Should've been sent from my HTC EVO 4G LTE using Android Central Forums.
 

ImNoPrince

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Re: Easiest way to backup current phone and transfer it to EVO LT

I use MyBackup Pro it has saved me countless Hours doing full resets with the Evo do to Memory leakage.
 

mcary1088

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my HTC EVO LTE doesn't have a SD card so I can not use the import/export function... when I do it says no SD card present.
How can I transfer the contacts to my computer? I tried just connecting it with a cable and searching for the contacts but I can not find all of them, only about half.