Samsung has had a good start to 2016 in the smartphone market, with the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge being both critically and commercially well-received. Now it wants to keep that momentum up with the launch of its third flagship smartphone of the year: a new Galaxy Note model – Samsung Galaxy Note 7. According to recent leaks, the Note 7 will feature a 5.7-inch QHD Super AMOLED display, 64GB of storage, microSD support, 12-megapixel camera, 5-megapixel front camera, IP68 water and dust resistance, iris-scanning support and a new TouchWiz interface on top of Android.
When the new Android Flagship – Samsung Galaxy Note 7 came, so, have you got a new Samsung Galaxy phone immediately? But do not remember, sync your important contacts, SMS, pictures, videos, movies, call history, music, WhatsApp data from your old Samsung phone to new Galaxy Note 7. Especially contacts and text messages, which are stored in Samsung internal memory, how can you copy all those contents between two Samsung phones in one click?
Phone Transfer strives to copy contacts, photos, videos, SMS and other files from Samsung Galaxy to Galaxy Note 7. And the whole process, which only needs one click, which can help you save a lot of time. Samsung Galaxy Note 7/5/4/3/2, Galaxy S2/S3/S4/S5/S6/S7/S8, Galaxy Ace or tablets are supported by the program. Moreover, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and Symbian are within the range of the compatibility of the software. Now it’s time for you download a free trial version to have a try to transfer data from Samsung to Samsung. The major steps are in the following guidance, and you can skip to the next part.
Step 1. Launch the Phone Transfer Software
After the installation, you can launch the Phone Transfer software on your computer. Then select the “Phone to Phone Transfer” feature. And you’ll see an interface like this.
Step 2. Connect Two Samsung Phones to Computer
Connect your two devices to the Phone Transfer tool via USB cables. This program will detect your Samsung devices as soon as they are connected. When the detection of the devices is accomplished, you can see the data of the two mobile phones on the two sides of the window. Make sure that your Samsung Galaxy S2/S3/S4/Note 2/3 is Source and Galaxy Note 7 is Destination.
Step3. Start Transferring Data to Samsung Galaxy Note 7
Then you can start to transfer data from Samsung to Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The contacts, SMS, photos, apps, videos, music and photos are all transferable. For instance, you can select the data you want to copy and click “Start Copy”. Wait until the delivery finishes and tap “OK” to complete all.
The steps about transferring files from Samsung to Symbian or iOS are similar to this tutorial, and you can follow the steps to transfer files from Samsung Galaxy to Android/Symbian/iOS.
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