How to Transfer All Data Contacts from HTC to HTC U11

May 08, 2017
Just after so many flagship devices launched In April month, HTC also planning to launch its upcoming flagship phone HTC U11 with premium specifications, a few days back company official it’s launching date on twitter, possibly it will launch on 16 may 2017, according to official reports info-graphic of the retail packing of this phone, some article shows that the HTC U11 coming with HTC Sense UI based Android Nougat 7.1.1 OS, the device is not featured with headphone jack, but you can still use USB Type-C to 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter. The display of HTC U11 is 5.5 inch Super LCD5 Quad HD with 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution, 534 PPI pixel density and protected by latest corning gorilla glass 5, it equipped with 12 megapixels main camera with OIS and HTC UltraPixel 3 features, while the front selfie shooter coming with 16 Megapixel with f/2.0 aperture. We can speculate the phones has a verity of colors, Bluetooth 5.0, dual-band Wi-Fi, A-GPS, GLONASS, and BDS, in addition, the info-graphics shows new device has a 6GB of DDR4X RAM and 128GB internal storage, earlier other leaks claim that the device has 64 GB ROM, 4 GB of RAM.
I believe you be attracted by HTC U11, after you knowing more about this phone. Actually, HTC U11 certainly is a good choice for us. But for the replacement of the mobile phone is indeed a little trouble, that is how to quickly put the old cell phone data migration to new phone? Now more and more important data stored in our mobile phones. When we switch our phone, we need totransfer a myriad of data, including contacts, text messages, photos, music, videos, call history, calendar, application, application date and so on. So is there any way to be able to more easily, seamlessly, and correctly transfer the date within the Android mobile phone to the new HTC U11?
Mobile Transfer lets you transfer all data from your old HTC to HTC U11 seamlessly without any data loss. It can it can not only transfer contacts, text messages, photos, music, videos, call history, app, APP data, etc. and it also can backup, delete, transfer and restore backup has a simple step , which makes it extremely easy for us to use it. In addition, It's safe and risk-free, and all content it transfers is 100% the same as the original one. Mobile Transfer It is worthy of our trust.


Steps to Transfer All Data Contacts from HTC to HTC U11

Step 1. Download and running Mobile Transfer on your computer, and click on "Phone to Phone Transfer". Then you will see the main screen shows connecting devices is required.

Step 2. Then use USB cables to connect your phones and PC. Then two devices would be displayed on the middle of the next window. Please ensure that HTC U11 was in the right (Target Device) panel. If not, clicking on Flip button to switch the device positions.

Step 3. As you can see, there are some options between the two phones. By default, all options are checked, but now you only need to check "Messages", and "Photos", and then click "Start Transfer".


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