1.     Transferring WhatsApp Chats from IOS to Android


There are a few things to keep in mind before you begin the migration process. Ascertain that you are using a new Android device or an Android 12 phone that has been reset to factory settings. WhatsApp should be updated on your iPhone and Android devices.


How to transfer WhatsApp Chats from IOS to Android:

Step 1:

Connect your Android device to your iPhone using a Type-C to Lightning cable.

Step 2:

On your Android device, launch WhatsApp. A QR code will appear on the Screen of your Android phone.

Step 3:

Scanning the QR code from your iPhone is as simple as going to Settings > Chats > Move Chats to Android. During this time, keep your phone unlocked. When the app has finished preparing a backup, tap on Start Transfer.

Step 4:

Your conversations, photos, and other media will now be transferred to your new Android device. Make sure you don't use both devices simultaneously during the transfer.

Remember that WhatsApp will stop working on your older phone once you've transferred all your data. With WhatsApp's Multi-Device Beta feature, you can continue to use it on both Android and iOS at the same time. It allows you to have up to four additional secondary devices and your primary phone running the same WhatsApp account simultaneously.

Follow these steps to enable this feature.

Step 1:

Open the internet browser on your secondary device and navigate to WhatsApp Web. In Desktop Mode, request the webpage.

Step 2:

Go to WhatsApp > Settings > Linked Devices on your primary device.

Step 3:

Tap on Multi-Device Beta, then join the beta.

Step 4:

Tap the Link a Device button in the Devices section.

Step 5:

Point your camera at the QR code with your secondary device.


That's all. You can now use WhatsApp on both phones while not connected to the same network. The overall user experience isn't as smooth as the primary device because the feature is still in beta. Chats can take a while to load, and downloading images and files can take even longer. This should improve with future updates.

The chat migration feature is currently only available for Android 12 devices, which is unfortunate if you want to use an older Android device. There has been no official word from WhatsApp, but this feature could be coming to older Android versions in the coming months. Follow us on www.bigdigital.com to stay up to date on such features and the latest in technology.

2.     How to add or remove a Gmail account on Android Phones?

You can add accounts to your phone to access your email, contacts, and calendar and download apps from the Google Play Store. When you add a Google account, the information associated with that account syncs with your phone automatically.

When you delete an account, it deletes everything associated with that account from your phone. Email, contacts, and settings are all included.

Add a Google or other account to your phone

Step 1:

Open your phone's Settings app.

Step 2:

Tap Passwords & accounts. If you don't see "Accounts," tap Users & accounts.

Step 3:

Under "Accounts for," tap Add account.

Step 4:

Tap the type of account you want to add.

·       To add your Google Account, tap Google. When you sign in with a Google Account, the email, contacts, calendar events, and other data associated with that account automatically sync with your phone.

·       To add a different personal account, tap Personal (IMAP) or Personal (POP3). You'd generally choose these if you use an email program like Microsoft Outlook or Apple Mail. Learn how to use IMAP or POP3 with Gmail.

Step 5:

Follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 6:

If you're adding accounts, you may need to enter your phone's pattern, PIN, or password for security.


Remove a Google or other account from your phone

Step 1:

Open your phone's Settings app.

Step 2:

Tap Passwords & accounts. If you don't see "Accounts," tap Users & accounts.

Step 3:

Under "Accounts for," tap the account you want to remove and then Remove the account.

Step 4:

To confirm, tap Remove account and then OK.

Step 5:

If this is the only Google Account on the phone, you'll need to enter your phone's pattern, PIN, or password for security.


3.     How to connect Laptop to The TV with Just a Few Simple Steps?


·       Wirelessly connect your laptop to your TV.

·       Connect your laptop to your TV using cables.


Screen mirroring has several advantages. It's not a difficult process; it improves the overall experience of everything you do on your laptop. Laptops can now be connected to almost any HDTV. It can be used to share interesting photos or videos with friends and family. You can use it to get a more immersive experience from your laptop while watching movies or playing games. Many businesses now use televisions for meetings and presentations. Screen mirroring has become a standard feature on televisions. You can use it if you have a laptop and an HDTV at home by following a few simple steps. There are two ways to connect your laptop to your television.


Wirelessly connecting your laptop to your TV

In this case, the laptop connects to the TV via Wi-Fi Direct, also known as Miracast. This means you'll need a smart TV that supports Screen mirroring via Wi-Fi Direct. Wireless screen mirroring must also be supported by your laptop. This feature should be supported by the most recent laptops. You can look this up online by looking at the specifications of the processor on your laptop. Both devices can connect to each other directly using Wi-Fi Direct.


Using the TV remote, change the source to Screen mirroring. It will display a screen with the name of the TV. On the laptop, press the Windows key and enter 'Settings.' Then, under 'Connected devices,' select the 'Add device' option at the top. All the devices which you can mirror will be listed in the drop-down menu. Choose your TV, and the laptop screen will begin to mirror the TV. The TV name is also saved in the list of connected devices, making it simple to connect the laptop to the TV in the future.


Apple MacBooks use AirPlay to mirror the Screen. However, your TV must support AirPlay. AirPlay also requires that both devices be connected to the same wireless network. The AirPlay option on the Apple Macbook can be found under 'Settings' and then 'Display.' Aside from that, the procedure is like that of a Windows laptop.


Connecting your laptop to your TV using cables

If you don't have a smart TV, you can still use an HDMI cable to connect your laptop to the TV. You can use it as an extended screen, as a dual-monitor setup, in addition to mirroring your Screen. This greatly aids multitasking when multiple applications are running across multiple displays. You can even move applications from one screen to another by dragging them. Use an HDMI cable to connect the laptop to the TV. Almost every laptop sold today includes an HDMI port. HDMI cables can transmit full HD and 4K video and surround audio to a television. If your computer does not have an HDMI port, you can use a VGA (D-Sub) cable. Because VGA only transmits video, you'll need to use a 3.5mm audio port to connect your laptop to the TV or external speakers. If your TV does not support VGA, you will need to use an adaptor. Connect the HDMI (or VGA) cable from the TV to the laptop first. Using the remote control, change the TV's source to the HDMI port (or VGA).


On a Windows PC, you can open display settings by pressing 'Windows key + P'. Another shortcut may be available on some laptops. This will provide various screen configurations -


Duplicate - This is like Screen mirroring. It mirrors your laptop screen to the television. It's best used when giving presentations where you also need the laptop screen in front of you.

Extend enables you to use the TV as a secondary screen alongside the laptop's Screen. You can drag windows from one Screen to another here. It is useful when working on multiple applications concurrently.


This option allows you to use the TV as the only Screen. The laptop screen goes dark. This is useful for watching movies on the big Screen. You can also comfortably sit away from the laptop on your sofa by connecting a USB keyboard and mouse.

Select the desired configuration, and the laptop will begin mirroring on the TV. You can also fine-tune the display settings to take full advantage of the TV's screen size and resolution. In most cases, the laptop should display its default resolution (1366 x 768) on the external Screen. However, if your laptop supports it, you can set it to the TV's native resolution. If your laptop supports 4K resolutions and your TV does, you can increase the resolution to 4K.


When you use a high resolution, you get a much larger work area. For example, if you set the resolution to 4K (3840 x 2160), you'll get four times the screen space as with full HD TV. Change the resolution by going to the 'Display' settings and then to 'Advanced.' Select the desired resolution from the list by clicking on 'Resolution.' The procedure for connecting a MacBook to a TV is nearly identical to that of a Windows laptop. Some MacBooks lack an HDMI port, so you'll have to make do with a Mini-DisplayPort or a USB-C port. Whatever you have on the MacBook, you'll need an adapter to connect it to the TV. On the MacBook, you can also use the TV as an extended monitor and change the resolution. These options can be found in 'System Preferences' > 'Display.' These are some methods for connecting your laptop to your television. If you don't want to use a cable and don't have a smart TV, you can always consider buying a smart box or a casting device like Google Chromecast or Apple TV. They are inexpensive and can provide you with Screen mirroring and a variety of other media playback features on your non-smart TV.



4.     How move data from Android to iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch?

Are you ready to make the switch to iOS? Download the Move to iOS app for assistance in transferring from your old Android device to your new iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

Before you begin

·       On your Android device, make sure that Wi-Fi is turned on.

·       Plug your new iOS device and your Android device into power.

·       Make sure that the content you're moving, including what's on your external Micro SD card, will fit on your new iOS device

·       If you want to transfer your Chrome bookmarks, update to the latest version of Chrome on your Android device.

Step 1: Tap Move Data from Android

Look for the Apps & Data screen while configuring your new iOS device. Then select Android Data Move. (If you have already completed the setup, you must erase your iOS device and begin again. If you don't want to erase, just manually transfer your content.)


Step 2: Open the Move to iOS app

Open the Move to iOS app on your Android device. If you don't have the Move to iOS app, you may enter the Google Play Store by tapping the QR code button on your new iOS device and scanning the QR code with the camera on your Android smartphone. Continue and carefully read the terms and conditions that display. To proceed, press Agree.


Step 3: Wait for a code

When you see the Move from Android screen on your iOS device, press Continue. Then, hold your breath and wait for a ten-digit or six-digit code to appear. If your Android device displays an alert indicating a poor internet connection, disregard it.

Step 4: Use the code

Enter the code on your Android device.


Step 5: Connect to a temporary Wi-Fi network

Your iOS device will create a temporary Wi-Fi network. When prompted, press Connect to connect your Android smartphone to that network. The Transfer Data screen will then display.


Step 6: Choose your content and wait

Select the content to be transferred, and press Continue on your Android smartphone. Then, even if your Android smartphone indicates that the procedure is finished, let both devices alone until the loading bar on your iOS device ends. Keep your devices closed together and plugged in until the transfer is complete. Depending on how much stuff you're relocating, the transfer may take some time.

Contacts, message history, camera photographs and videos, photo albums, files and folders, accessibility settings, display settings, browser bookmarks, mail accounts, and calendars are all transferred. Some of your free applications will move if they are accessible on both Google Play and the App Store. After the transfer is complete, you may go to the App Store and download any matched free applications.


Step 7: Set up your iOS device

When the loading bar on your iOS device ends, press Done on your Android smartphone. Then, on your iOS device, press Continue and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the iOS device setup.


Step 8: Finish up

Ascertain that all your stuff has been moved. Music, books, and PDFs must be manually transferred.

Do you want to obtain the applications that were previously installed on your Android device? To get them, go to the App Store on your iOS device.