Transfer Data from Google Nexus to Android
Transferring data from an old Google Nexus phone to a new Android device can be challenging for some users, especially if they encounter problems during these changes. Some of the most notable and common issues of concern usually include the following:
- Data being lost in the transfer so the process will need to be re-started.
- Contacts and Text messages may be out of sync when the process is complete so it needs to be corrected.
- Transfer interrupted when USB cables are accidentally disconnected.
- Some file types are not supported to be transferred directly.
- Transferring speed is too slow especially when too many files need to be transferred here.
If you don't want to transfer data from Google Nexus to Android via USB, Bluetooth or WiFi connection, you can try an alternative way - using third-party software like the MobiKin Transfer for Mobile (with its Mac version). It is a 100% secure phone to phone data transferring tool to help you transfer contacts, SMS, photos, music, videos, apps, documents, etc. from Google Nexus 7/6/6P/5/5X/4 to new Android phone/tablet, including Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, Huawei, ZTE and so on with just one click in the computer. What's more, Transfer for Mobile enables you to backup your Google Nexus on computer, and even restore files from computer back to your phone with ease. It will not alter or overwrite your phone data so you can use the program trustingly.
Let's experience the powerful function of the MobiKin Transfer for Mobile together! Before that, we should download the free trial version of the app to get a free trial. And by the way, we also teach you how to recover lost data from Google Nexus.
How to Copy Files from Google Nexus to Android?
Step 1. Launch Transfer for Mobile and connect phones
Install MobiKin Transfer for Mobile on your Windows computer or Mac and double click to launch it. You will see the main interface of the program like below. Then, connect both of your Google Nexus and Android devices to the computer with USB cables.
Step 2. Choose the files you want to transfer
After the connection, the program will detect the two devices and all transferable file and display them as below:
Step 3. Transfer data from Google Nexus to Android
Select the files like Photos, Videos, Contacts, SMS, etc. by ticking the small boxes before them. After the files selection, you can click on the transferring arrow towards to the target device to start the data transfer from Google Nexus to Android.