Xiaomi Oppo Vivo Working Together Adding Support to Migrate Data Making Switching Smartphones Easier Availability Details

In today’s time, from messaging to payment, our smartphone has apps to make many things related to our life easier. When we buy a new smartphone or switch our smartphone with another smartphone, the biggest problem for us is to switch all the data from our old phone to the new phone. You can switch some of your data through Google Backup, but data from third-party apps is difficult to transfer, especially if you’re switching from one brand to another. Now, XiaomiVivo and Oppo Together they are working to make it easy for their users to switch smartphones. Let’s know more about it.

Xiaomi has posted a video on China’s social media platform Weibo. Post It has been told through that the company, together with Vivo and Oppo, is preparing special support to migrate data between devices even when switched to other brand devices. Xiaomi’s MIUI, Oppo’s ColorOS, and vivo OriginOS will now support data migration between devices.

This will include basic data like text log, photo library, app list, various settings as well as data from third-party apps. Usually, people can transfer phone-related settings or basic data through brands’ own specific official apps or Google Backup, but here the biggest problem is transferring data from third-party apps and migrating data to other brands But the new effort of Chinese companies will make data migration very easy for the people.

In its Weibo post, Xiaomi wrote (translated) “In order to provide users with a better switching experience, Xiaomi is collaborating with Vivo and OPPO. In addition to system data such as photos and contacts, Vivo and OPPO mobiles for Mi replacement Added support for migrating phone’s third-party application data. No need to worry about your chat history when switching phones.”

Xiaomi, Vivo, and Oppo haven’t revealed more details on how this new process will work, but it appears the feature is only available in China for the time being. However, since all the three companies have a huge number of users across the world, including India, we expect the company to roll out the feature to other markets in the coming times.