Backup contacts, photos, videos and sms messages from HTC Desire D816d CDMA+GSM

HTC Desire D816d CDMA+GSM

Available guides for synchronization to the secure cloud

Supported functions

  • contact synchronization
  • sms backup
  • photo synchronization
  • video synchronization
  • automatic sync

HTC Desire D816d CDMA+GSM is supported on PhoneCopy. Please note that following settings may vary a little depending on the firmware version.

Confirmed models

htc_d816d: aptg_tw/htc_a5dwg (qcom/msm8226)

Confirmed versions

Android 5.0 Lollipop
lrx22g (unknown/3.19.0.0000)
Android 4.4 KitKat
kot49h (unknown/3.19.0.0000)

Android versions running on HTC Desire D816d CDMA+GSM

When synchronizing, PhoneCopy users had following Android versions on their HTC Desire D816d CDMA+GSM: Android 4.4 KitKat (75.00%), Android 5.0 Lollipop (25.00%).

Android versions on HTC Desire D816d CDMA+GSM

Following chart shows contacts synchronisations with HTC Desire D816d CDMA+GSM running different Android versions.

Text guideline - How to backup

From HTC Desire D816d CDMA+GSM

If you want to transfer contacts from your Android device please use following screenshot guide.
  1. Download our PhoneCopy for Android application to your mobile device.
  2. After launching the application, create a new account from the application. If you have already created an account on web pages www.phonecopy.com, log in to this existing account in the application.
  3. After successful login, go through the application setup wizard and then select "Synchronize" (for an account with an existing backup) / "Backup" (for an empty account) or press the "Later" button and then select option in the side menu "Back up contacts" / "Restore contacts" for one-way synchronization.

More detailed information and instructions include screenshots: how to backup and synchronize contacts from Android

For more information about our app, visit our PhoneCopy for Android page.


You need an Android phone version 4.4 (KitKat), 5.0, 5.1 (Lollipop), 6.0 (Marshmallow), 7.0, 7.1 (Nougat), 8.0, 8.1 (Oreo), 9.0 (Pie), 10, 11 and 12, incl. tablets. Let us just remind you, that for now PhoneCopy for Android transfers to server contacts, photos, videos and SMS.

In the case of problems with synchronization, please contact us.

To HTC Desire D816d CDMA+GSM

If you want to transfer contacts to your Android device please use following screenshot guide.
  1. Download our PhoneCopy for Android application to your mobile device.
  2. After launching the application, create a new account from the application. If you have already created an account on web pages www.phonecopy.com, log in to this existing account in the application.
  3. After successful login, go through the application setup wizard and then select "Synchronize" (for an account with an existing backup) / "Backup" (for an empty account) or press the "Later" button and then select option in the side menu "Back up contacts" / "Restore contacts" for one-way synchronization.

More detailed information and instructions include screenshots: how transfer contacts to Android

For more information about our app, visit our PhoneCopy for Android page.


You need an Android phone version 4.4 (KitKat), 5.0, 5.1 (Lollipop), 6.0 (Marshmallow), 7.0, 7.1 (Nougat), 8.0, 8.1 (Oreo), 9.0 (Pie), 10, 11, and 12 incl. tablets. Let us just remind you, that for now, PhoneCopy for Android transfers to server contacts, photos, videos, and SMS.

In the case of problems with synchronization, please contact us.

User comments

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  • Hello, Today Norton 360 found PhoneCopy as a malware on my phone and wants to remove it. What should I do? zotyoka, 18/10/2022
    • Hello,

      thank you for screnshots.

      Amongst other behavior, App Advisor from Norton 360 scans and checks the apps which:
      * Collects SMS
      * Collects camera pictures
      * Collects details about contacts

      PhoneCopy collects contacts, SMS and media for its backup to your personal account on PhoneCopy.com. This is the primary use of the application and you installed it for this purpose.

      Norton 360 on your phone only warned you that PhoneCopy is the app, which collects these data.

      You can ignore this warning, or you can put the PhoneCopy app on whitelist or ignorelist for your Norton 360.

      You can feel secure, because PhoneCopy does not contain any malware.
      PhoneCopy support team, 20/10/2022
    • Hi, can you, please send us a screenshot to our support email? PhoneCopy support team, 18/10/2022
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