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Topic # 243000 23-Nov-2018 07:52
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i know there are apps to do that but what about features built into both OS - possible or not possible?

 

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  Reply # 2132375 23-Nov-2018 08:34
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From what I can tell the short answer is no.






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  Reply # 2132378 23-Nov-2018 08:39
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if the devices are both yours use a cloud solution like One Drive, Google or Dropbox





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  Reply # 2132393 23-Nov-2018 08:42
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Apple has an android app that does a one off, one way transfer, from android to iOS.

 

 

It will do contacts, photos and...?? not much else.

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  Reply # 2132401 23-Nov-2018 09:07
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Resilio sync.





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  Reply # 2132408 23-Nov-2018 09:18
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Mi Drop?

https://c.mi.com/thread-1601633-1-1.html

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