How to Transfer All Data from Android Phone to Google Pixel 3A/3A XL

Summary: This article will tells the most simple and effective way to transfer all data including contacts, text messages, photos, videos, call logs, music, calendar, apps and more from any Android phone to Google Pixel 3A and Goolg Pixel 3A XL.

On May 8, Google released new Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL at the I/O Developers Conference in 2019. Let’s take a look at Pixel 3A XL. Pixel 3A XL uses a 6-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2160×1080. Pixel 3A XL has two speakers, both on the top and on the bottom right. Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL all use 12.2 million pixels of post-single camera, both support OIS + EIS, while the front is 8 million pixels camera, both front and rear cameras can be used for video shockproof.

Recently, I’m considering buying a spare cell phone, Google Pixel 3A/3A XL just meets my basic needs. However, I need to transfer some important data from existing Android phones to this standby. What can I do?

When it comes to transferring data, we have to use Mobile Transfer. Because the software can greatly lighten our burden. It makes it easy, fast and convenient to transfer data. It can transfer a variety of types of data, including text messages, contacts, call history, video, audio, calendar, photos, music, Apps, app data, etc. In addition, it can be used in a variety of mobile devices, such as the iPhone, Huawei, Samsung, ZTE, LG, Sony, Google, OPPO, vivo, Xiaomi, HTC and so on. When you use Mobile Transfer to transfer data, you will find that the process of transfer is very simple and the interface is concise. In short, it is a very good software.


Please click to free download the trial version and continue to see the specific steps as below.

Steps to Directly Sync All Data from Android Phone to Google Pixel 3A/3A XL

Step 1. Download, install and run Mobile Transfer to your computer, then select “Phone to Phone Transfer” from the main interface and click on “Start”.

Step 2. Connect your Android phone and Google Pixel 3A/3A XL to your computer via their respective USB cables. When both phones are displayed on both sides of the main interface, make sure they are in the right position. The old Android phone is on the left and Google is on the right. If not, click “Flip”.

Step 3. Once your phones are recognized, there is a list between the two phones, where you can choose the type of data you want to transfer. After selecting, click “Start Transfer”.

It should be noted here that the connection between the mobile phone and the computer cannot be disconnected when transferring data, and that the mobile phones should maintain more than 20% of the electricity.

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