How to Transfer Data Contacts from LG to LG G6

January 17, 2017
Kim: Did you hear that LG is going to make a new smartphone?
Tam: Of course, that is LG G6, I like to use LG so much.
Kim: Yeah, you've been using LG. I heard that the function of the LG G6 is more better.
Tam: Yes, LG G6 will use the collocation of metal and glass body, and LG has also developed a technology called magnetic resonance wireless charging technology, and this technology can make the intelligent mobile phone charger for wireless charging in the distance range of 2 to 3 cm in. Moreover, the LG G6 will use copper heat pipe cooling system, the magic device can make the body temperature drops 6 - 10 degrees C, so it will be more secure.
Kim: Wow! So attractive! I guess you are ready to save money for the phone.
Tam: You know that, but I'm worried that after the replacement of the phone, the original data contact will lost, and it is very inconvenient.           
Kim: You don't have to worry about this, and now there is an an-in-one data transfer tool which is named Mobile Transfer, it can help you solve your problem with a click.
Tam: It is so amazing, I can't wait to see it.
Kim: Don't worry, don't worry. I'll introduce you to it. Mobile Transfer is a secure yet easy-to-use data transfer software. It can transfer data like text messages, contacts, photos, videos, call logs, calendar, apps, music and more between different systems of mobile phones, including Android, iOS, Windows, Symbian, BlackBerry and so on. At the same time, it can also back up your phone data, as well as restore the data from backup, and completely remove all the data and settings from old Android phone. Next, I will introduce how to transfer data like contacts from old LG devices to LG G6 by using this tool.


Steps to Transfer Data Contacts And More from LG to LG G6


Step 1. Choose transfer mode

Download, install and run Mobile Transfer on your computer. Then choose the "Phone to Phone Transfer" mode in the primary interface, and click on "Start" to enter the transfer mode.


Step 2. Connect both of your LG phones to your computer

Next, connect both of your old LG and LG G6 to your computer with two USB lines. And be sure that your old LG is displayed on the left, while your LG G6 is on the right.

Note: Because the location of the two mobile phone determines the direction of data transfer, so if you find that the location of your phones is incorrectness, you can simple click on "Flip" to exchange it.


Step 3. Transfer the selected data from old LG to LG G6

When the connection is successful, the program will scan files which you can transfer from the old LG phone. And you just need to choose the file types that you wanted and then click "Star Transfer" to move to the LG G6 in a click.

Note: Please remember that both of the phones are connected to the computer correctly and normally during the whole transfer process.


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