“The screen of my Samsung Galaxy S6 all black because last night I upgrade the system myself. Now I can’t make any operation on it, even I connect the phone to my computer, the computer can’t read the broken S6. I have bought a new iPhone 7 to switch, but how can I transfer the data from the broken Samsung phone to iPhone 7?”
Actually, there are many ways of transferring data from Android to iPhone. You can just use your computer as an intermediary, to transfer data between phone to phone. However, this is only in the normal case. Once your Samsung phone goes wrong like stuck in the Samsung logo or system crashed, it become more difficult.
When the problem coming up to you, what you need to do is download the Broken Samsung Data Recovery and iOS & Android Manager. Broken Samsung Data Recovery can help you recover data when your Samsung phone is the following situation: screen broken, black/blank screen, stuck in Samsung logo/recovery mode/download mode, system crashed, virus attack. It has the function that fix your bricked Samsung phone to normal. This program just suitable for Samsung Galaxy S7/S6/S5/S4/S3 Galaxy Note 5/Note 4/Note 3/Note2. If your phone is HTC, Motorola, LG, Sony, Huawei, ZTE, Google Nexus, Google Pixel, ZTE, Xiaomi, Sharp, Windows phone, you also can use it to backup your phone data while your phone work well.
Two Part of Transfer Data from Broken Samsung Phone to iPhone 7/7 Plus
You should download the Broken Samsung Data recovery online, and install it. Then follow the steps below to recover Data from a broken Samsung phone
Step 1.Launch the Program on PC and Connect Broken Samsung Phone
Connect the broken Galaxy S6 to computer after launching the program. Now, find “Broken Android Phone Data Extraction” and click “Start”.
Tip: If you want to fix your bricked phone to normal, please click “Fix device”.
Step 2.Choose the Fault Types and Select Phone information
In this step, you need to select a phone fault type. In this situation, select “Black Screen” option to the next.
Then,please select your Galaxy S6 and model information, make sure that is correct, then click “Confirm” button.
Step 3.Get Galaxy S6 Into Download Mode
Follow the steps below to let your S6 into download mode.
1. Power off your device;
2.Press and hold Volume down, Power and Home button simultaneously;
3.Press the Volume up button.
Step 4.Download Recovery Package and Fix the Galaxy S6 Phone
When your S6 into the download mode, the program will downloading recovery package automatically and it will start to recover your data in the broken S6.
Step 5.Preview and Recover Data on Broken Galaxy S6 to Computer
The program will scan your S6 after repairing, for all the lost and exist data. In this step, you can have preview on the recover data. You can choose the data you want to restore like contacts, SMS, photos, music, videos, call logs, whatsApp message and other documents. Then click “Recover”.
Tip: If you want to restore all files, you can tap “Select All” directly.
iOS & Android Manager can help us transfer data include music, photos, videos, contacts, SMS from computer to iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. It has a section that can transfer phone to phone, even not the same system. You also can use the program to manage your document like music, photos, videos, contacts, SMS , application and others. In addition, the tool allows you sync music from iTunes to Android(e.g: Transfer Music from iTunes to Samsung Galaxy S8). It is fully compatible with iOS 11/10.3 and Android 7.0.
Step 1.Connect your iPhone 7/7 Plus to Computer
Installing and launching the program, connect your iPhone 7/7Plus to computer. You can see the interface below.
Step 2.Preview and Transfer Data to the iPhone 7/7 Plus
There are many option at the top, choose “Photo”, “Music”, “Information” and preview one by one. Take Photos as an example, if you wan to transfer photos from PC to iPhone 7 device, select Photos, and you can see all your albums under Album List. You can transfer photos from computer to iPhone 7 device by clicking “Add” and Add File or Add Folder.
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