By AOMEI / Last Updated October 28, 2019

About SD card data transfer

It’s very common to transfer data from one SD card to another nowadays, especially when you get a newer SD card with more capacity. Take Android phone as an example, there must be a lot of apps, photos, music files as well as other data on your old SD card and some people ask if it is possible to copy SD card to SD card without computer. Well, in this situation, you may have to transfer documents to your phone first then paste them to the new SD card. However, this requires enough space on the phone and it takes much time.

On the other hand, can you really do SD card to SD card transfer just by copy and paste? As far as I know, it’s not that appropriate when there are apps installed because of some invisible files, etc. Thus, a professional clone tool will be recommended here - AOMEI Backupper which helps you move data perfectly.

Transfer data between SD cards via AOMEI Backupper

AOMEI Backupper is an all-in-one backup and recovery software equipped with many advanced features, making things easier and faster for users even you’re not a computer expert. The following instruction is going to show you how to transfer data from one SD card to another with this functional tool.

Step 1: Connect SD card to a Windows computer and launch AOMEI Backupper. Select “Disk Clone”.

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Step 2: Select the source SD card.


Step 3: Choose the destination SD card.


Step 4: A pop-up window will inform you that existing partitions on the destination disk will be overwritten or deleted. So you’re suggested to back up important data in advance.


Step 5: Here comes the operation summary. In the bottom, sector by sector clone option enables you to copy all sectors from source SD card to another SD card no matter they’re used or not. Click “Start Clone” after you confirm all settings.


A few of clicks, you can transfer data from one SD card to another successfully without data loss. Plus, when you intend to replace hard drive with SSD or else, AOMEI Backupper also does the trick.