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Buying a new phone or changing to another one can be exciting but it brings a major hindrance along with it. Data transfer! However, due to Google account and clone apps, this task has become relatively easier, but still there some difficulties users face while transferring the data, especially WhatsApp data transfer. WhatsApp is the most widely used messaging app for daily communication with family, friends and colleagues. Losing WhatsApp chats therefore, can be very risky! However, we explain WhatsApp tips that can get you through the process.
While switching to a new phone, it is important to backup your WhatsApp chats so that you can easily access them in your new phone. Failing to do so can erase your chats from WhatsApp. So, how to sync your chats to a new device? It’s simple! You can transfer your WhatsApp data, including chats, media, shared links, and contacts to your new device from Google Drive Drive or local backup. Here’s how to transfer WhatsApp to new phone:
Before shifting to a new smartphone or device, you need to ensure that your chats are fully backed up. To do that,
You can enable the automatic backup feature for your chats and set the frequency to daily, weekly, or monthly to save a copy of your chat history on Google Drive. To restore a Google Drive backup successfully, you must use the same phone number and Google Account that you used to create the backup. To restore your WhatsApp chats to a new smartphone,
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