If we own an Android smartphone and there is not sufficient storage space in it. So, we wanted to transfer important data to our own other devices to access data easily whenever we needed, such as a PC/Laptop and Tablet. Transferring data to our own devices will be a safe and easy way to make some space on the storage of the Android device.
This blog will illustrate the valuable methods to sync Android data into the tablet.
How do I Sync My Android Phone with My Tablet
To sync the data from the Android smartphone to the tablet, the below-described methods should be followed:
- Syncing Data Through the PC
- Syncing Data Through SHAREit Application
- Syncing Data Through Google Drive
- Syncing Data Through Online Software
Let’s explore each method one by one precisely
Method 1: Syncing Data Through the PC
To sync the data from an Android phone to a tablet through a PC, follow the below-stated steps:
Step 1: Connect the Android device to the PC via a USB cable.
Step 2: Open “My Computer” on the PC and double-click the “Android device” option:
Step 3: Select the “Internal Storage” option and copy the data that we wanted to transfer on the tablet:
Step 4: Paste the data into another folder or desktop.
Step 5: Connect the tablet to the PC via a USB cable.
Step 6: Open the internal storage and paste the data that we copied from the Android device.
These steps will sync data through the PC.
Method 2: Syncing Data Through SHAREit Application.
SHAREit is the fastest offline and online file-sharing application that works after establishing a successful peer-to-peer connection. The SHAREit application will sync the data with the help of Bluetooth; to get started with this process, follow the below-listed steps:
Step 1: Download the SHAREit application on Android phones and tablets via this link.
Step 2: On the Android phone, launch the SHAREit application and tap on the “Send” icon:
Step 3: Select the “Apps”, “Files” and “Photos” that we wanted to sync on the tablet, and after selecting, hit the “Send” option:
Step 4: Follow the on-screen instruction to grant some permission and then it will open a scanner on the device:
Step 5: On the Tablet, launch the app and tap on the “Receive” icon, and then it will display a QR code on the device:
Step 6: Scan the QR code on the tablet through the Android device. It will start the syncing process of the data.
These steps will sync data through the SHAREit application.
Method 3: Syncing Data Through Google Drive
Google Drive provides a handsome amount of storage for free to its users. It generally comes with a lot of features in almost every device, such as syncing. To sync data through Google Drive:
Step 1: Navigate to the device settings and select the “About Phone” option:
Step 2: Tap on the “Backup and Restore” option:
Step 3: Hit the “Backup” option.
Step 4: On the tablet, launch settings and select the “backup and restore” option.
Step 5: Log in to the same Gmail account which was entered on the Android device.
Step 6: Select the “Restore all apps” option.
This process will sync data through Google Drive.
Method 4: Syncing Data Through Online Software
Mobile-Trans is software that helps to transfer data from one device to another. We can utilize this software to sync the data from Android phones to tablets. To accomplish this process, the following steps must be followed:
Step 1: Download the Mobile-Trans on the PC/Laptop via this link
Step 2: Select the “Phone to Phone” option:
Step 3: Connect both devices Android and tablet to the PC with the help of a USB cable.
Step 4: Use the “Flip” option to change the place of the devices and select the media we want to transfer. After selecting the media and file, select the “Start” option:
Step 5: The data will transfer from the Android phone to the tablet.
These steps will transfer data through online software:
The four methods to sync my Android phone with my tablet are: “syncing data through PC”, “syncing data through SHAREit App”, “syncing data through Google Drive”, and “syncing data through online software”. In the first method, we will transfer the data through a USB cable. In the second method, the data will transfer with the help of Bluetooth. In the third method, the data will be restored through Google Drive. This post has wrapped up the 4 valid methods to sync Android phones with tablets.