The stunning Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is promising to be the best tablet in the year 2017, competing for the top position of the best smartphone of the year. Judging from the release dates of the previous Note devices, the Note 7 is expected to be released during the third quarter of 2017. A slim, shiny, large-screened luster; strong camera; retooled stylus; and killer battery life.
With Samsung announced Samsung Galaxy Note 7 listing. A number of Samsung fans are focus on the brand new Android phone King immediately. Before you change your mobile phone from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy Note 7, you have better to make sure that all your current iPhone data are transferred to Note 7 with no loss. It is not easy for you to sync iPhone contacts, text messages, pictures, videos, call history, WhatsApp chats, music to Galaxy Note 7/5/4 both in internal memory and SD card. We are here to recommend you a high efficiency solution of copying contents from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy Note 7/5/4.
Transferring data from an iPhone to Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is usually not very easy, but for this endeavour, the Phone Transfer or Samsung Smart Switch app simplifies the process and makes it extremely easy.
The One-Click Data Transfer tool – Phone Transfer works for both Android & iOS devices. Follow these quick steps to transfer your data from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy Note 7 safely and easily, including contacts, messages, call history, photos, videos, songs, bookmarks and so on. Now, download the free trial version of the tool and check out the detailed steps in the below.
Supported Android Phones: Be compatible with phones and tablets run iOS and Android OSes, such as iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Google, Motorola and more.
Supported Samsung Devices: Samsung Galaxy S8, S7, S6, S6 edge, S5, S5 mini, S4, S4 mini, S3, S3 mini, S2, Note 2, Note 3, Note 4, Note 5, Note 7, Y Duos, Y, Ace 2/1, Grand, Core, Note 10.1, Galaxy Tab2 10.1, Galaxy Tab2 7.0 etc.
Supported iOS Devices: iPhone 7, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S plus, iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 5S/5C/5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPad 1, iPod touch 4/5, iPad mini 1/2/3, iPad Air 1/2, etc.
Step 1.Run the or Phone Transfer for Windows
Download and install mobile phone transfer software, after that launch the program. Please install iTunes on your computer, if you haven’t it, the program will prompt you to install. Then enter the transfer mode after selecting “Phone to Phone Transfer” option.
Step 2.Connect two Smartphone phone to Mac
Connect your Galaxy Note 7 phone and iPhone to the same PC, the tool will detect the two devices at once and show the phone screenshots, left is the source, right is the destination. You can click “Flip” button to change the destination.
Step 3.Start to Transfer Data from iPhone to Galaxy Note 7
Select data which you want to copy and hit the “Start Copy” button, the software will start to move contacts, messages, music, videos or photos from your iPhone to Samsung Galaxy Note 7/6/5/4, or Samsung Galaxy S2/S3/S4, Note 2/3/4 to iPhone. Finally, click “OK” when the transfer process finishes.
Smart Switch allows you to transfer data to Note 7 using either a wired or wireless connection. The easiest option is to do it wirelessly, since all you need is an iCloud account and your data backed up there.
Step 1.Back Up Your iPhone Data to iCloud
Go to “Settings“>”iCloud” > “Backup” and tapping on the “Back Up Now” button to start syncing data from iPhone to iCloud.
Step 2.Download and Launch Smart Switch App on Your Note 7
Download and run the app on your Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Then go to the Settings menu and under Cloud and accounts select Smart Switch.
Step 3.Select Method to Transfer Data
Select Wireless as the method of transferring data and then select iOS as the type of older device.
Step 4.Sign in iCloud
Enter your Apple ID and password for the iCloud account.
Select the data you wish to transfer from the iPhone to Note 7, including Contacts, Calendars, Memos, Messages, Pictures, Videos, Bookmarks, Call Logs, Documents, etc. Finally, select “Start” to begin the transfer process.
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