You can use either Dropbox or iTunes to transfer backups from one device to another.
Avaz offers cross-platform compatibility - you can sync content (backups) between your iPad and Android devices seamlessly.
Note that the Dropbox method:
Requires internet connectivity, while the iTunes method does not.
- Requires a Dropbox account
Is the only method to use if you want to transfer content between iPad and Android devices (the iTunes method will not work with Android).
Steps to transfer content using Dropbox:
Take a backup of Avaz on your iPad (source device) (Settings > Backup & Restore > Create a backup). Click here to read How to take a backup for more detailed instructions.
Link to Dropbox (Settings > Backup and Restore >Link to Dropbox) and sign-in to your Dropbox account. This transfers content from the device to your Dropbox account. Note: if you don’t have a Dropbox account, you will need to create one.You will see the backup file in Dropbox under Apps>Avaz folder or Apps>Avaz Lite folder(for the Lite version). Click to read for more detailed instructions How to copy the backup to Dropbox.
Now, in the target iPad, link to the same Dropbox account (Settings > Backup and Restore >Link to Dropbox). This copies the backup from your Dropbox account to the destination device. Once copied, the backup will be visible under Restore from Backups.
Restore the backup by tapping the backup file that is displayed. (Settings > Backup and Restore > Restore from backups). This will restore the backup to Avaz app.
You will be asked if you wish to Append or Replace the existing content.
- The Append option will add the new backup as a separate folder at the root level, without disturbing the existing vocabulary in the device.
- The Replace option will replace the current vocabulary with the new backup.
Brief video of how to sync content between two devices using Dropbox.
Note: If you don't have access to internet or a Dropbox account, you can still transfer the backup via iTunes