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Transfer apps from a Samsung Galaxy S II to a Samsung Galaxy S III

Is there a way to transfer apps from a Samsung Galaxy S II to a Samsung Galaxy S III? Hoping I won't have to download them all separately!

Most Useful Answer Shid  Oct. 24, 2012 at 19:11

yes u can,u know ur googlemail,have that as your backup account for all your apps which would be found in settings once u hv tht done u js switch sims n jus watch ur new phone wile it does all th work u can also back up ur sms n transfer to your new fone!

just download sms bakup and restore,bak up ur msgs on ur sd card,rmmbr to chnge d seting from internal to external sd card.then put ur sd card in ur new phone,dwnload d sms bak uo frm play store and hit bak up and bingo! all done.

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matt101101 / MOD  Oct. 23, 2012 at 15:34

In the Marketplace there's a tab for all the apps you've ever downloaded on that account, you can redownload them all from there.

Shid  Oct. 24, 2012 at 19:11

yes u can,u know ur googlemail,have that as your backup account for all your apps which would be found in settings once u hv tht done u js switch sims n jus watch ur new phone wile it does all th work u can also back up ur sms n transfer to your new fone!

just download sms bakup and restore,bak up ur msgs on ur sd card,rmmbr to chnge d seting from internal to external sd card.then put ur sd card in ur new phone,dwnload d sms bak uo frm play store and hit bak up and bingo! all done.

amaris  Oct. 29, 2012 at 16:38

what about the data on the apps? let's say i have got half way through angry birds can i get that status into the new phone?

Pondlife  Oct. 29, 2012 at 18:56

Ah now that is trickier. If you are rooted there are apps to use but don't think so without. Some games like Dead Trigger can copy save game to the cloud.

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