How To Use Motorola Migrate To Transfer Data From Old Android Phone To Moto G

Motorola Moto G is an exceptional android smartphone that runs the latest kitkat 4.4.2 OS. This phone is best ever android smartphone manufactured by Motorola Mobility. The best thing about this phone is its hardware specifications which can be availed at an affordable price of $200 dollars. Many people are buying this phone due to specs and awesome price. Noticeable features are a quad core cpu and HD display of 323ppi density which is very sharp and bright. If you have recently bought this phone then you may be willing to migrate your data from your old android phone to new Moto G. With Motorola Migrate app you can migrate all your photos, videos, text messages, call history, volume and screen brightness settings and SIM contacts from old smartphone to your new Moto G. I am going to teach you how you can do this.

Transfer Photos, Videos, SMS, Call Logs From Old Android Smartphone To Moto G

  • Download and install Motorola Migrate app on old android smartphone.
  • Download and install QR scanner on your old phone.
  • On your old android phone launch the app and tap Start.
  • Then choose ‘Android’ and tap ‘Next’.
  • On next step restore your stuff. Check all the options like music, videos, photos, messages, call history and settings. Then tap ‘Next’.

motorola migrate on moto g

  • Now in next step you have to pair the smartphones.
  • Open Motorola Migrate on Moto G it will show a QR code.

  • Scan this QR with QR scanner on your old phone.
  • Pairing will be automatically done.
  • It will take 10 minutes to migrate 2GB of data. So have patience till all of the data is migrated.
Now you have successfully migrated your data from old android phone to new Motorola Moto G with Motorola Migrate App.

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