How to transfer iPhone apps to another iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch?

Last updated on 10 days ago
thatduct
thatduct Posted 14 days ago
The following guide demonstrates how to transfer iPhone apps along with app preferences and documents from one iOS device to any other iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. The process involves the use of CopyTrans Apps or CopyTrans Shelbee.
preacherscabbed
preacherscabbed Posted 14 days ago
Then connect the iPhone you want to restore the apps to and perform Custom restore. Here are detailed instructions on how to restore the apps with CopyTrans Shelbee.
marsuptight
marsuptight Posted 14 days ago

preacherscabbed wrote:

@preacherscabbed - Then connect the iPhone you want to restore the apps to and perform Custom restore. Here are detailed instructions on how to restore the apps with CopyTrans Shelbee.




Although the above step will successfully transfer data including images, videos and contacts, it won't transfer everything - if you want to access and download your purchased apps, you can head to the App Store, tap the Updates tab and find the Purchased page. This will bring up a list of every app you've downloaded, both paid and free, available to download to your iPhone.
thatduct
thatduct Posted 14 days ago
It's worth noting that if you want access to your old preferences (Wi-Fi logins, Settings and so on), third-party app data (game saves), health/exercise data or text messages, you'll have to erase your new iPhone and set it up again, this time selecting a backup of your previous iPhone to restore from. More transfer advice can be found in How to transfer contacts from iPhone to iPhone and How to back up and transfer text messages to a new iPhone.
preacherscabbed
preacherscabbed Posted 14 days ago

thatduct wrote:

@thatduct - It's worth noting that if you want access to your old preferences (Wi-Fi logins, Settings and so on), third-party app data (game saves), health/exercise data or text messages, you'll have to erase your new iPhone and set it up again, this time selecting a backup of your previous iPhone to restore from. More transfer advice can be found in How to transfer contacts from iPhone to iPhone and How to back up and transfer text messages to a new iPhone.




The above method is fine for those of us that haven't already set up our iPhones as 'new' iPhones - but what about those of us that have already started using the new phone and don't want to restore from a backup? Luckily there is a way to transfer some data even if you have set up a new iPhone without using a backup.
thatduct
thatduct Posted 12 days ago
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thatduct
thatduct Posted 10 days ago
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