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Facebook Messenger recently released an update where users could share their smartphone home screens over video calls. With many people still adamant on meeting face-to-face, this is a great measure for friends, loved ones, and other groups to spend time together online and still have fun, even when apart.Image Courtesy of Facebook NewsroomSharing your home screen with Messenger on AndroidSimilar to sharing your desktop on Zoom on your home computer, sharing your home screen means you and the person on the other end can consume content together.With Messenger’s new screen sharing feature, you can now have a video call and browse memes, watch YouTube videos together, and anything in-between.Getting started is fairly simple and straightforward and the same process works with creating a room in Messenger. This way, you can share your screen with a group of friends or family members.Getting Started:Update to the latest version of Facebook Messenger from the Google Play Store.When you have done so, initiate a video call with the person you wish to carry out the screen sharing session with.You don’t have to wait for the person to pick up, you can swipe up from the bottom of the screen to bring the Share Your Screen prompt.All you have to do is tap on Share Your Screen, and you will receive the standard privacy warning.Keep in mind, anything you type or any notification that pops up during the screen sharing process isn’t censored or protected.This means people will be able to see what buttons you’re pressing on your keyboard, so be careful about typing passwords or other sensitive information during a video call.Once you’ve read the warning, tap on Start Now.If you have apps you’re cautious about letting others know about, it’s best you force stop them until the screen-sharing session ends.When you successfully activate the screen share, you’ll get the prompt confirming you’re now in a screen-sharing session with the person.You’ll now get a picture-in-picture window at the top right of your screen, which will show a small window of your Facebook friend on the video call, and they will be able to see you and your home screen, even if you can’t see yourself.When you are at this stage, you have successfully shared your screen with the intended person and you are free to carry out your intended activities together.Unlike Zoom or other desktop apps, there is currently no way to let others take over your smartphone home screen during this process. So you don’t have to worry about accidentally letting someone control your home screen and snooping.To end the screen share, simply end the call via the big red button on the call like you would a regular video call.To share your home screen with a larger audience, simply repeat all of the above once you have started a Facebook Messenger Room.

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With smartphones becoming increasingly more affordable, buying one can be a semi-regular occurrence. However, moving data between your old phone and the new one can be cumbersome.Many people will opt to transfer the data to a computer and then to the new phone. Historically, that was what one had to do. Or, users would back up what they could to a microSD card. Today, smartphone manufacturers have dedicated apps that make this process easy, efficient, and seamless.This guide will teach you how to move all your personal data (SMS, calls, apps, photos, etc.) from your old phone to a Huawei branded phone. With this, you won’t have to worry about copying data on a computer or removable storage.With modern Huawei phones, you get premium hardware with cameras that are among the industry’s best. Whether you’re going for the Honor, P, Y, Mate, Nova, or any other variant of the Huawei smartphone line, all of these phones run the custom EMUI, which is all we need to carry out this guide.Pre-RequisitesThis is where there is a slight divide. If you have Google Mobile Services (GMS) installed on your phone which includes the Google Play Store, all you have to do is download and install the Huawei Phone Clone app on your old phone, and your new Huawei phone.If you don’t have GMS installed on your Huawei phone, you will have to browse for the Phone Clone app in the Huawei App Gallery and install that on your new Huawei phone.Image courtesy of RichBug7 on RedditBoth phones should be charged at 80% and on a flat surface as this is another wireless transfer.Reddit user RichBug7 made a great guide on how to do the steps, so if you’re looking for more details on the apps that support Phone Clone, you can visit their Reddit thread.Let’s Get StartedOnce you have the app installed on both phones, run the app on each phone. On the old phone, choose This is the old phone prompt and on the new Huawei phone choose the This is the new phone prompt.Image courtesy of RichBug7 on RedditFollow the next steps and identify the OS or make of the old phone. You will now be prompted to scan a QR code on the new Huawei phone via the old phone.Scan the QR code from the new phone using the old phone’s QR Code reader on your screen. This helps build a dedicated hotspot connection between both phones for the data transfer process to start.Image courtesy of RichBug7 on RedditYou’ll see a notification on both phones confirming a successful pairing. Once that has been achieved, choose the content you want to transfer from your old phone to the new phone.Image courtesy of RichBug7 on RedditDepending on the amount of data that needs to be transferred, this is the longest part of the process.It’s recommended that you leave both phones on a flat surface and don’t use either phone during this process.Once the transfer is complete, you’ll see a notification on both screens confirming the data has been exchanged between the two devices.Other Helpful GuidesHow to migrate your data to a Pixel phoneHow to migrate your data to a Samsung phoneHow to migrate your data to a OnePlus phoneHow to migrate your data to an Oppo phoneHow to migrate data to a Xiaomi/Redmi/Poco/Mi phone

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