Step 1: Install PAIRS .APK file to the deviceAs mentioned earlier, the PAIRS app requires special root access to fetch your saved connection settings. Hence, to use the app, you need to have superuser enabled, along with Unknown Sources enabled from Settings->Security.
Step 2: Backup the connection settings using PAIRSOnce the app is installed on the device, launch it and tap on the “Grant” button on the pop-up window when it comes up. From the main screen of the PAIRS app, select the “Backup” button beneath both the “Bluetooth Pairings” and “Wi-Fi Connections”. Once you press the backup button under both the sections, a backup of your Wi-Fi connections and Bluetooth devices will be saved in the file directory of the device in the “.pairs” folder.
Step 3: Restore the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectionsGo ahead and navigate to the “.pairs” folder on your Android device and copy the folder to your SD Card or to your computer. After installing the PAIRS app on your new device or the same device after wiping, move and replace the “.pairs” folder on your device with the one you had earlier copied. With the right data files in place, go ahead and open the PAIRS app and press the “Restore” button under Wi-Fi and Bluetooth tab. That’s it! All your previously saved Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections will be restored, so you don’t have to worry about adding them manually all over again.
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