Did you buy a new Android smartphone? Perhaps this is the latest Infiniti, Samsung Galaki, Tecno or OnePlus. Whoever chooses, you would like to start and run as quickly as possible.
According to Lifevire, setting up a new Android smartphone that was a tedious and intense work, but if you have Android 5.0 Lollipop or later, there are ways to avoid manually downloading your favorite applications once or at the same time or building a list of contacts.
The information included here should apply regardless of who made his Android phone: Samsung, Google, Huavei, Xiaomi, etc.
When you turn on your new smartphone, the welcome screen will prompt you to install the SIM card if you have not already. The SIM card slot can jump from the side, at the top or bottom of your phone (each model is different) using the small tool or end of the paper holder. Raise the card and put it back in the phone. If it is a new SIM card, you may need to enter the pin number on the package. Check your phone's guide if you have problems finding a slot or inserting a SIM card.
Then select your language from the drop-down list, and then connect to Vi-Fi optional. Finally, decide how you want to add your contacts, apps, and other data to your new device. Options are:
- Back up the backup.
- Set yourself up as a new one.
The second option means that you have to start from scratch, which makes sense if you are setting up your first smartphone or just want a clean start.
You can make a backup copy of:
- Android device.
- Your Google Account.
- IPhone or iPad.
If you migrate data from an Android or iOS device that has built-in NFC (communication near the field), you can use a function called Tap & Go, which is discussed below. Otherwise, you can retrieve data from a backup by logging in to your Google Account.
Owners of Google Pikels have another alternative, using the built-in Quick Transfer Adapter. Just connect new and old devices, choose what you would like to download and are ready to go. You can connect an adapter to devices that run at least Android 5.0 Lollipop or iOS 8.
Android Tap & Go
All you need to do with Tap & Go is that your new phone runs Lollipop or later and your old phone is embedded with NFC that came on Android phones in 2010. To use the Tap & Go application:
- Enable NFC on both devices.
- Tap the device bays together
- Wait until your data is copied to the new device.
- Continue the setup process, as listed below.
Keep in mind that if you choose to use Tap & Go after using another mode, you can access by resetting the new device. Tap & Go moves your Google accounts, apps, contacts, and other data.
Get back from the backup
If your old phone does not have NFC, can you copy data from any device that is registered and made in your Google Account? During the setup, if you skip Tap & Go, you can select the return option, which allows you to copy data from old devices. You can restore any Android device that is associated with your Google Account.
Start from scratch
You can also create a new start and manually install all your applications. If you have synced your contacts with a Google Account, they will be transferred after you sign up. Then you will want to set up a wireless connection and then personalize your notifications.
When your data is on a new phone, you are nearing completion. If you have a pixel that is not a pixel, you may be asked to sign in to a separate account (such as Samsung). Otherwise, the rest of the process is the same regardless of the manufacturer.
- Choose whether you would opt for Google services, such as automatic backups, location services, and usage and diagnostic information to the company.
- Set or confirm your time zone. If you bought a phone in the same place you live, it should be accurate.
- Select the unlock method. If you select a fingerprint, you will need to set it to identify your digits and choose a backup, pin, or password.
- Choose how you would like your notifications to appear when your phone is locked. There are three options: displaying all, hiding sensitive content, and not displaying alerts.
- Set up Google Now to recognize your voice.
After completing the setup, make sure that your device is suitable for operating system updates and check that your applications are up to date.
Would you root your new phone?
Then, you should consider whether you want to use your phone. If you have OnePlus One, there is no need; it already has a custom ROM, Cyanogen. Rooting means that you can access advanced settings on a phone that is usually blocked by the manufacturer. When you are rooting your phone, you can remove bloatvars (unwanted applications installed by your network operator) and download applications that need root access, such as Titanium Backup.
Now that you have covered software, it's time to think about hardware. Do you need a smartphone? You can protect your smartphone from droplets and spill and be stylish at the same time. What about a portable charger? Investing in one way you do not have to worry about the battery being empty when you are on the move, and usually you can use one to charge more devices. If your new phone has a built-in wireless charging, consider purchasing a wireless charging. Some device manufacturers, including Samsung, are selling them, as are many third party manufacturers.
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