If you backup the complete Locus folder from your internal SD (the typical installation has a "Locus" on top level) and put this folder on the new phone, you have your complete environment at hand on the new phone - unchanged. I did that more than once.
the process may be a bit more complex if you have data not only in your internal memory but also on external SD. Instructions: http://docs.locusmap.eu/doku.php?id=manual:faq:move_to_new_device_sd_card
I have made a backup Zip file of settings, points & tracks to my new phone in the directory Locus\backup. When I go to "restore", from a remote file,It requests a "URL". What do I put here? Am I on the right track?
Trust you can help me
On 05 February 2018 at 21:30 Locus Map <email@example.com> wrote:
the "remote file"option is used when you store the backup file on some other remote server than Dropbox and Google Drive, for which Locus offers direct online backup - e.g. MySpace, Mega, ONeDrive etc. Directory Locus/backup is in your phone, not out of it.
If you've already created a backup file in Locus/backup, copy it to your favourite online storage, generate a URL link to it and place the link to the URL field in "remote file" tab. Click LOAD.
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