Need help with syncing an old Android to a new Android device?

So you’ve just bought a brand new Android phone and you can’t wait to use it, but you’re a little bit worried about transferring all your old stuff over to your new phone. That’s totally understandable. While some people love going through the process of syncing an old Android to a new device, if you’re a little hesitant you might want to enlist the help of our mobile experts in Preston. We’ll help you transfer everything across in the fastest time possible, without any danger of losing any of your old data or contacts.

NFC and Google make it easy to transfer your data yourself

Of course, it is possible to do it yourself as your new phone will most likely prompt you and walk you through the set up process to make transferring data from your old phone a quick and seamless procedure. If you’ve got NFC on both devices, you’ll be able to transfer accounts, passwords, installed apps and more by simply tapping the two devices together. An alternative option is to transfer everything via your Google account. While not quite as simple as the NFC option, it’s still incredibly easy.

However, don’t forget that there’s a few things that your Google account won’t transfer, such as saved photos and videos, music and downloaded files, so that’s why it’s always a good idea to use cloud storage such as Dropbox.

Or why not bring it into our phone repair shop in Preston?

If you’re still not confident about syncing your Android devices, why not bring it along to the Phone Repair Centre in Preston? You can either drop it off at our repair shop, or alternatively, if you live in Preston we can arrange to collect it from you.

Once in the hands of our mobile experts, your data will be transferred as quick as a flash, leaving you to just get on and get used to your new phone. You’ll find that our prices are very reasonable. After all, we know you need your cash for lots of other things and, unlike many other phone repair shops in Preston, we’ll always tell you how much it’s going to cost before we start work on your phone.