Connect Android phones to the computer
Connect both of your Android phones to the same computer with USB cables. Phone Transfer should detect their models in seconds. Make sure the Source and the Destination are at the right place. Otherwise, click the Flip button to change their places at your order.
Transfer data from one Android to another Android
When all the contents you want to transfer are checked, click Start Copy. The process will be shown in the pop-up window. When it's done, click OK.
Check NFC Support
Before you try to transfer data between two Android devices, you will need to ensure they both support NFC. Many Android smartphones support NFC, as do Google’s Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets. However, other Android tablets generally don’t come with NFC support.
Ensure NFC is present, and that both NFC and Android Beam are enabled. If either feature is disabled, enable it.
Open the Content You Want to Share
Now you will need to navigate to the content you want to share. For example, here’s how you would share various types of content:
Web Page: Open it in Chrome.
YouTube Video: Open it in the YouTube app.
Map Directions or a Location: Open the Google Maps app and pull up the directions or the location.
Contact Information: Open the contact card in the People app.
An App: Open its page in Google Play.
Photos: Open a photo in the gallery. You can also send multiple photos by opening the gallery, long-pressing a photo’s thumbnail, and then tapping all the other photos you want to send to select them. With the photos selected, start the beaming process.
Many included Android apps support Android Beam, but you aren’t just restricted to the built-in apps. App developers can implement their own NFC features, so you may be able to share data from another app, if it’s NFC-enabled.