Η switch to a new Android device You may be stressed because you are worried about losing something from your old device. Your old device is full applications and games that you would like to transfer. In this article, we will show you how to restore anything you lost in the process, using the running list of previously installed applications in Google Play Store.
When setting up your new phone, you will be asked to install apps and games from your old device (synced with your Google account). This usually works quite well if you switch to a new device developed by the same manufacturer that developed your old device.
The good thing is that the Google Play Store keeps a record of everything you have installed. Therefore, you can easily see one list of apps and games associated with your Google Account, included previous purchases which you can also restore. Below, we explain exactly how you can do it.
First, open the Google Play Store on your Android phone or tablet your. It will be located on the home screen or in the application drawer.
Then click on your profile icon on the right side of the search bar.
Select "My apps and games" from the menu.
You will be taken to the tab "Updates" on page "My apps and games". Go to the tab "Library".
The tab "Library" Displays all apps and games you have downloaded from the Play Store that are not currently on your device. You can sort the list by "Recently" ή "Alphabetically".
It's interesting to navigate this list, especially if you've been an Android user for a long time. To reset an application, simply press the button "Installation" located next to it.
Applications and games that are not compatible with your device will not have the button "Installation".
If there are apps or games that you no longer want to link to your account, click "X" to remove them from your library.
Your Google Play apps and games will always be available on the tab "Library".
Source of information: howtogeek.com