If you're moving from a Google Android phone to a shiny new phone, don't stress, here's how to move everything over...
1. All backed up?
If you're moving to a new smartphone that also runs Google Android, it's a fairly easy process. On your existing smartphone, make sure your contacts are backed up to your Google Account, and when you sign in with that Google account on your new phone, your contacts will be available. Make sure all your apps, Wi-Fi passwords and settings are backed up by selecting Settings and then Back up & Restore.
Then when you set up the new Android smartphone, select the option to restore from a previous back-up so your settings and passwords will be added to the new smartphone, and apps automatically downloaded. For photos, save them to Google Photos on your existing Android smartphone, and then follow the sign in instructions when you open Google Photos on your new device.
2. Moving to an iPhone?
Download Apple's Move to iOS app from the Google Play store onto your current device. During set up of your new iOS device, select the Move from Android option and then follow the instructions on screen to transfer your personal data.
3.Got a new Windows phone?
Back up your contacts to your Google account and then add this account to your new Windows Phone once its set up under Settings. Tap Add an Account then select Google from the list. Enter your username and password and the emails and contacts from this account with be added to your new phone. For Pictures, download the OneDrive app to your current Google Android device, and then open OneDrive on your new phone and you'll be able to access your pictures and even save them to the handset if you wish.