Transfer Data Android to Android 2020

Hi Guys and welcome to 123myit. In this video, we will show you how to Transfer data from Android to Android in 2020. Ok Guys If you are transferring data from any Android device to Samsung then you will be able to transfer Calls, Contacts, Messages, Calendar, Apps, Photos, Videos, Music and Documents. IF you transferred from Samsung to other devices, you will be able to transfer Contacts, Calendar, Photos and Videos.

Getting Started – Transfer Data Android

First up we are going to transfer data from my Oppo Phone to my Samsung phone and we are going to use an app called Smart Switch. Most Samsung phones will have the smart switch app already installed under Settings > Accounts and backup. But if you cant find it on your device you can download it from the Google play store.

I already have it installed so I am going to tap open and do the same on your other Android device. Tap agree and then allow. This will give the phone access to your files so it can transfer the data. Tap lets go and then tap Wireless. Make sure both devices are on the same WIFI network. Tap receive data, Tap from Android and then tap Wireless.

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Get Connected Moving your data on Android

If all is going well you should see a pop up to allow access on your other phone. Just tap accept or allow. Your devices should then work out what data it can copy across. Alright choose what to bring, just deselect anything you don’t want to copy across. If you scroll down you should also get an SD card option.

Select what you want to Transfer

I am going to deselect everything and only copy across my Calls and Contacts. Once you are done tap transfer. Awesome all your stuff is copied across now. Alright lets go back the other way now. We are going to use an app called Copy my Data. You can download it from the Google play Store. I have already downloaded it so I will just start the app. Download and start the app on your other device. Tap next on both devices. Tap to or from another device over WIFI. Select your device then select copy data to selected devices. Add in the pin number. Then tap next. Deselect any of your data you don’t want to copy across. I just want my calendar and then tap next. Just tap allow on your other device. Congratulation you have just copied your data between two Android devices.

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Change Bixby Side Button on Samsung

Hi guys and welcome to 123myIT. In this video, we will show you to change the function of the side button on your Samsung Galaxy S20. Helpful if you want to change Bixby side button.

If you are annoyed, with the side being set to Bixby then this video will help you change it. By default the side button on your Samsung S20 and other models is set to Bixby. So lets change it.

How to change it? – change Bixby side button

To change Bixby side button go into Settings and scroll down to advanced features. And tap side key up the top. These are your side key settings. If you want to be able to double press the side key you can turn it off by toggling the button at the top. Otherwise if its turns on you have the option of Quick launch, camera, Open Bixby and Open app. Open app can be pretty handy if you want to choose an app to quick launch. For example Google Chrome to start web browsing. If you look below that you have the Press and hold menu. This is where you can change that annoying Bixby button, as you can see I have changed mine already from Bixby to Power off Menu.

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The Bixby side button options.

Side button defaults

However by default yours will be set to Wake Bixby so tap Power off Menu instead and let go ahead and test it. There you go it works now. The side button has now been set back to a Power Off button.

Let try setting Google Chrome on the double press option. Awesome that works as well! Ok if you want to set it back to Bixby here’s how.

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Make your Phone Number Private on Android in 2020

Hi Guys and welcome to 123myit. In this video we will show you how to make your phone number private on Android in 2020. Ok Guys if you want to call someone’s phone but you don’t want your number to display on their phone then this video will help. There is a few ways you can hide your number so let’s get started.

If you just want to hide your number on a single call. The you can dial a prefix before your dial then number. So for example my prefix in Australia is #31# and then the phone number I am calling. Remember this is for a single call so you would have to type your prefix every time. As always test this to another phone before you make that important call.

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Prefix to hide your numbers.

Make your number Private on Android

If you want to make your phone private on all calls then tap on phone and then tap the three dots. If you don’t have the three dots. Just go into the Settings Then Call Settings on your Phone. On my Samsung I tap on Supplementary services and then show caller id and then hide number. Other Android phones might be different. You might have Operator’s Call Settings, Additional Settings, and Owner number. If you can’t find it there then try one of these other locations for different Android phones. Ok before we call that crazy person lets test it to another phone to make sure its hidden.

Please always test the number before calling. Don’ take my word for it. Type *67. This code will work with virtually any North American provider.

Numbers to use – Test them first ! 🙂

*67 – United States (except AT&T), Canada (landline), New Zealand (Vodafone phones) #31# – United States (AT&T phones), Australia (mobile)[3], Albania, Argentina (mobile), Bulgaria (mobile), Denmark, Canada (mobile), France, Germany (some mobile providers), Greece (mobile), India (only after network unlock), Israel (mobile), Italy (mobile), Netherlands (KPN phones), South Africa (mobile), Spain (mobile), Sweden, Switzerland (mobile)

*31# – Argentina (landline), Germany, Switzerland (landline) 1831 – Australia (landline)[4] 3651 – France (landline)

*31* – Greece (landline), Iceland, Netherlands (most carriers), Romania, South Africa (Telkom phones) 133 – Hong Kong

*43 – Israel (landline)

*67# – Italy (landline) 184 – Japan 0197 – New Zealand (Telecom or Spark phones) 1167 – Rotary phones in North America

*9# – Nepal (NTC prepaid/postpaid phones only)

*32# – Pakistan (PTCL phones)

*23 or *23# – South Korea 067 – Spain (landline) 141 – United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland If your phone is on a GSM network (e.g., most Androids), you can always dial #31# to block your caller ID.

Awesome its working your number is coming up as No Caller ID or it will Show as private number.

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Copy Data iPhone to Android with iCloud 2020

Hi guys and welcome to 123myIT. In this video, we will show you how to Copy data from iPhone to Android with iCloud 2020. Ok Guys so we are going to copy the data from your iPhone to iCloud and then download that data to your Android device. This will copy data such as Contacts, Messages, Free apps, Photos, Videos and Documents. We will use WIFI so make sure both devices are on WIFI.

This video & article will help you copy data iPhone to Android via iCloud in 2020.
Choose what you can copy.

Also this should with most Android phones, the process will be simular but you might have to work out which copy software to use. Ok let us start.

On your iPhone go into settings scroll to the top and sing into iCloud with your Apple id.

Sign into iCloud – Copy data iPhone to Android

Once you are signed into iCloud the next step is to do a Backup to iCloud. To do this tap iCloud and then scroll to the bottom and tap on iCloud Backup. This is where you would tap backup now to start the backup. However before you do this lets go back and select what we want to backup remember you will be copying this to your Android device.

Ok I am going to go in and turn off anything that I don’t want to backup. Ok once finished there is a few more options to turn off.

Things to turn off before you get started.

You need to turn off Turn off two-factor authentication if you have that turned on. To do this go out of settings and into Safari and browse to appleid.apple.com. Once there sign in with your Apple ID and password. Log into your account tap on Security, then scroll to the bottom, and turn off two-factor authentication. As you can see, I do not have it turned on.

The next step is to Turn off find my iPhone. This is helpful if you want to sell your iPhone afterwards. Go Back into settings, Tap Apple ID and then tap on Find my. Find my iPhone is turn on tap to turn it off. Enter your apple id and then turn it off.

The last step is to Turn off iMessages. This will stop your phone number from being linked to your Apple ID. Tap on find my, tap on Apple ID, tap on Settings. Scroll down and find messages. And then just toggle off iMessages. Go back into settings and back into iCloud again. Tap iCloud. Again go down to iCloud backup. Tap backup now to start the iCloud backup. Depending on how much data you have this might take a while. Head over to your Android device and start up the restore software. This is a Samsung S20 so the software is called Smart switch.

Smart Switch App

You can find it in the menu or if you are on other Android devices look under Settings and then Accounts and Backup or the Backup area of your Android device. Always Tap update.

Tap on Receive data and then Tap iPhone since we want receive the Data from the iPhone. You want to connect wirelessly to iCloud. The backup has finished on the iPhone now so you can close out of it. Tap done to log into your iCloud on your Android device.

Awesome it should now show you a list of data that you can copy across to your Android device. Just deselect anything that you don’t want. Great it will give you other options to copy data to your Android device. Tap next down the bottom. Its give you a warning about turning off iMessage which we already did. And then tap go to the Home screen and check if you data copied across by going into your Android device.

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10 iPhone settings that you don’t need. Time to turn them off.

Hi guys and welcome to 123, this video I will show you ten iPhone settings that you should turn off straight away. Ok guys these settings I am about to show you will do two things save battery life and save you mobile data. So let us get started.

iPhone Analytics

  1. The first one you should turn off is iPhone analytics. IPhone Analytics sends data to Apple and could be a privacy issue as well. They use these analytics to see how you use your phone so they can improve their services. It also drains your battery life. So to turn it off go into Settings > Privacy > Analytics. Just toggle the button at the top. If you have an Apple watch, it will also turn off the analytics for your Apple watch. Again, this will give you more battery life on your Apple watch as well.

iCloud Analytics

  1. In addition, while you are in there turn off iCloud analytics, which is the same thing as iPhone Analytics accept for iCloud.
  2. Turn off Improve Siri & Dictation. This setting allows Apple to store and review the Audio from your Siri interactions. For me no thanks I want to keep that private.

Significant Locations

  • Next up turn off Significant Locations. Significant location tracks everywhere you go this also means it uses your GPS everywhere you go. This allows Apple to deliver targeted advertising to your phone.  To turn this off go to Settings > Privacy> Location services > you can toggle it off at the top. Otherwise if you want to see where you have been go to System Services > Significant Locations. You can turn it off in here plus see where you have been and clear history.
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System Services – Turn off services that you are not using.

System Services

  • Turn off everything in System services that are unnecessary. Turn off everything apart from Emergency calls and SOS, find my iPhone and share my location if you use that feature. If suddenly, something does not work come back in here and double check. Otherwise, turn them off. It will save you battery life and data.
  • While you are in there turn off everything in Product improvement. This allows Apple to use your location to improve maps. Just turn it off.

Limit Ad Tracking

  • Next, up you want turn on Limit Ad Tracking. This is one where the naming might be confusing. If you do not have this on then you are being tracked when you go to websites so that advertisers can advertise to you.  Turn this on under Privacy and Advertising. If you want to see information that is being used by Apple, tap the View Ad Information menu. Hit the Reset Advertising Identifier button and then toggle Limit Ad Tracking on.

Email accounts

  • Set your email accounts to fetch instead of Push. What this does is it only goes and gets your email when you open your email to look. Rather than wasting battery, life constantly checking for new email. You can also select how often you want to fetch your mail. Every 15 minutes might be suitable. Just remember the longer you leave this the better your battery life will be.
  • Turn off background app refresh. You can find this under iPhone Settings, General. This allows apps to download data in the background even where you are not using them. Turn these off for anything you are not using.
  • Raise to wake. Turn off save battery life. What this does is when your iPhone screen is blank it turns on when you raise it.

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