Tips: Switching from Android to Nokia Lumia #SwitchToLumia

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SWITCHING FROM AN ANDROID PHONE

Moving your apps, tunes and photos from your old Android is easier than you think. Find out how easy it is to switch to Nokia Lumia by downloading our switch guideline document provided below.

1. Copy your old data.

Install Welcome Home to Windows Phone on your computer, this lets you move all your pictures, videos and contacts in one go. Then connect your old phone to your computer. Check your sync settings and select the data you want to copy.

2. Download Apps to move it for you

Download this software to help find the apps on your old phone and install or buy the same or similar ones in Windows store.

3. Sync your new phone with your PC

To make sure everything is up-to-date, sync all your cloud accounts on your old phone. Then add them to your new Lumia. It’s that Simple!

4. Sync your new phone with your Mac

The free Windows Phone app for Mac helps you to make sure everything is up-to-date, sync all your cloud accounts on your old phone. Then add them to your new Lumia.

TIPS AND TRICKS

 

  • 1. FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON ENABLING…

    … AND TROUBLESHOOTING BLUETOOTH AND MASS STORAGE MODE OR SYNCING ACCOUNTS, SEE THE USER GUIDE FOR YOUR ANDROID PHONE

  • 2. IF THE WELCOME…

    … HOME TO WINDOWS PHONE SOFTWARE CANNOT FIND ANY MATCHING APPS, CHECK THE REGION SETTINGS OF YOUR COMPUTER

  • 3. TRY PEOPLE.LIVE.COM…

    … FOR MANAGING YOUR CONTACTS, LINKING ACCOUNTS AND REMOVING DUPLICATE DATA

  • 4. ON SOME ANDROID VERSIONS…

    … CALENDAR ENTRIES ARE BY DEFAULT SAVED TO A LOCAL CALENDAR AND WILL NOT BE COPIED. YOU CAN RECREATE UPCOMING CALENDAR ENTRIES CONVENIENTLY USING OUTLOOK.COM.

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