At the moment, Copy My Data is not available for download on computer. However, you can use emulators to run Android applications on PC. One example is the BlueStacks App Player. It is a powerful tool that provides users a virtual device similar to an actual phone. This also enables users to install games and other popular and in-demand applications.
Thus, you will be able to access the Play Store without any restrictions. The downside of this is it slows down the performance of your computer even though the app is not running in the background.
Not only that, some complains about its sluggish operation. Let us proceed with the steps, so we can use Copy My Data on your computer in 4 simple steps below:
1: Download and install the BlueStacks App Player on your computer - Here >> .
If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.
2.Once it has been installed, open the program and sign in using your Gmail account or create a new one.
3: Search for Copy My Data on the Play Store and install it.
Now you will see the "All Apps" button.
Clicking it will take you to a page containing all your installed apps. Copy My Data
4. Run the app and enjoy your favorite Utilities app on Windows PC.
Copy My Data provides a fast and easy way to transfer contacts, calendar entries and photos from one device to another over a WiFi network. Simply download the app on both devices and it will guide you through the process of copying your data in a few easy steps. Please ensure that both devices are connected to the same WiFi network and that the network is not configured to prevent the devices from communicating. Most home networks allow connected devices to communicate, however some corporate and public networks may be configured to prevent this.