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Hey guys, I have a question
I have a game on one iPhone (Head Soccer) that I am very far into. I am getting a new iPhone soon and I do not want to start all over again on that iPhone. Is there any way i can transfer all my data onto another phone so I dont have to start all over again?
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You should be able to backup your old iPhone and then restore your data, games, music, and whatever to the new one when you get it.
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iTunes > Devices > iPhone > Backup Now
Be sure and check the Encrypt Backup check box if you need passwords backed up.
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Hey guys.
On my last post, I said this:
"I have a game on one iPhone (Head Soccer) that I am very far into. I am getting a new iPhone soon and I do not want to start all over again on that iPhone. Is there any way i can transfer all my data onto another phone so I dont have to start all over again?"
I got some replies, but I forgot to add, i want this new phone to be synched with another computer. For example, the old phone was synched with computer 1, whereas I want the new phone to be synched with computer 2, without losing my game data from the old iPhone synched with computer 1. Confusing? Please help.
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1) Backup old phone to computer 1.
2) Connect new phone to computer 1.
3) Upload data from computer 1 to new phone as a new phone. (Rename new phone. IE iPhone 5)
4) Connect new phone to computer 2.
5) Backup data from new phone onto computer 2.
6) Now you can connect to either computer.
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Or backup/restore via iCloud

External hard disk acquisition addict - but admitting the problem is the first step to a robust backup

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