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The transfer of data from tablet to phone

The transfer of data from tablet to phone

By Abby Walsh | Posted: May. 31, 2018, Last Updated: Jun. 01, 2018

For many users, it’s quite common to own a smart phone and a tablet at the same time to watch movies or play games with bigger screen. Since we installed all kinds of apps on our smartphones, there are many files like photos, messages, videos, bookmarks and more on your phones. If you want to free up some storage on your phone, how to deal with these data and files?

Deleting some useless files from phones is an option to go, but what if there are some precious data like photos or messages you don’t want to lose? At this time, transferring files from phone to tablet is definitely a great choice to free up space on your phones as well as keep precious data safe. Now let’s read through this quick guide to know how to transfer data from Android phone or iPhone to tablet.

Part 1. How to Transfer Files from Android to Tablet

If you want to move files from an Android device to a tablet, AnyTrans for Android is recommended to help you make it with ease. It supports transfer files from Android to tablet in a selective way, and all your data will be safe during the process. Follow the detailed steps below:

Step 1. Free download AnyTrans for Android to your PC/Mac and then connect both your Android phone and tablet to computer.

Step 2. Choose your Android phone and then scroll down to the category page. Click on the data you want to transfer.

Step 3. Select the songs you want to move to your tablet > Click To Device button on the upper right corner to transfer the selected music to your tablet now.

Part 2. How to Transfer Files from iPhone to Tablet

What if you want to transfer files from iPhone to tablet? AnyTrans for Android is also helpful to move data from iPhone to Android tablet within simple steps. It has a features to help users move data from iPhone to Android device without any barrier. Follow the procedures below to move data from iPhone to tablet.

Step 1. Free download AnyTrans for Android to your PC/Mac and then connect both your iPhone and tablet to computer.

Step 2. Click on iOS to Android button.

Step 3. Scroll down to go to the categories page > select the categories you want to transfer > Click on Right Arrow to start.

That’s all about how to transfer files from Android or iPhone to tablet with the help of AnyTrans for Android. What’s more, you can also transfer data between Android and computer without trouble.

Please give us a call or leave a message to us if you need some professional advises. FoneEZY has a answer for every question you may have.

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Why choose phone instead tablet

Why choose phone instead tablet

With a smartphone, you can connect to the Web from virtually anywhere. You can look up information, send emails, take pictures, navigate highways, and play music–often simultaneously.

Of course, even though you might technically be able to write a 20-page white paper on a smartphone, you wouldn’t want to. There are some tasks the smartphone is ideal for, and some it is just capable of, and a few that it just can’t do. Know its strengths and weaknesses so you can choose accordingly.

Here are five reasons that the smartphone is a better choice for mobile computing than a laptop or tablet:

1. Always Available

Wherever you go, there it is. It is in your pocket or purse. It sits on a table next to your bed at night. Whether you want to surf the Web, check email, see what the weather is like, or make a call, the smartphone is almost always within arm’s reach. In fact, odds are fair that your smartphone will go with you even if you choose to take a laptop or tablet. The question is, “Would the smartphone be enough on its own, or do you also need to bring along a laptop or tablet?”

2. Connectivity

Smartphones are mobile phones first, and portable computing devices second. While some tablets, and even a few laptops come equipped with the technology to connect with cellular networks, it is a certainty with smartphones. As ubiquitous as Wi-Fi networks seem to be these days, there are still vast expanses where there is no wireless network — but your smartphone can still get a 3G (or maybe even 4G) signal. Many smartphones can also act as a Wi-Fi hotspot, enabling you to share the cellular data connection with your laptop or tablet to connect from virtually anywhere.

3. Voice Calls

Try that with your laptop or tablet. I suppose you can at least make Skype or Google Voice calls from a laptop or tablet, but the smartphone stands alone among these three as a communications device. Sometimes the best way to clarify project requirements, or coordinate resources is with an actual conversation, and the smartphone ensures that you can make or receive calls from virtually anywhere.

4. Text Messaging

Along with voice calls, smartphones also enable communication via text messaging. It is faster than email, but less intrusive than a voice call. It works virtually anywhere without requiring that you be logged in to anything in particular. It is a convenient way to keep others informed, or get answers to simple questions, and you can do it with just a few swipes and taps rather than having to boot up a computer.

5. Versatility

The smartphone is the new Swiss Army knife. It does a little bit of everything. Just as the Swiss Army knife is a great knife, but makes a questionable saw or pair of scissors, the smartphone is better at some things than others. But, it is nice to know that it can be a phone, or a camera, or a portable music player, or a GPS device, or an e-reader, or just about anything else you need it to be. It may not be the best at most of those functions, but it is nice to know that it can at least do them, and that you have it with you virtually 24/7.

Is the smartphone the best tool for mobile computing? It’s almost guaranteed to be the most convenient and available tool, but there are many tasks for which a laptop or tablet make way more sense.

Please give us a call or leave a message. We are happy to talk about how smart phones are changing our life style with you.