“I like all the music and videos on my current device. If I change to the Samsung Galaxy S7, all my favorite videos will go with my old iPhone? Is there any way to keep them and put them into my new Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge from iPhone? Can you help me?”
If you’ve recently switched from an iPhone/Android to Samsung’s new Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge for the water-resistance, micro-SD storage expansion, or other features, or want to copy videos from computer to new Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, this article we will show you 3 different ways to transfer videos to Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. Those with a large collection of videos won’t want to leave it behind.
Looking to transfer videos from Mac, Windows PC/device or iTunes to your shiny new Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge? If you’ve made the switch, there are multiple different ways to transfer videos to the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. Here we’ll explain how to use fast and efficient method, called iOS & Android Manager, which dose well in transferring iTunes music, playlists, movies, iTunes U, podcasts and TV Shows to your Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. It can download, transfer and manage your videos for any iOS or Android devices, such as iPhone 7/6S/6/5S/5/4S/4, Samsung Galaxy S7/S6/S8, Galaxy Note 5/J7/A8, HTC, Sony, ZTE and so on. Moreover, this tool works on both Windows and Mac computer. Continue to read the following paragraphs, you will get it from my below course that how to transfer videos to Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge from computer or iTunes or iDevice/Android phone.
If you have downloaded some wonderful videos on your computer from websites. And you want to copy videos to your Samsung Galaxy S7/ S7 Edge from your computer. Do it as the following steps:
Step 1.Launch the iOS & Android Manager Tool on PC
First of all, run the program and connect your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge to PC. Your Samsung phone will be recognized and displayed as below.
Step 2.Add Folder
Here select Videos tab. Once your media loads, click Add > Add File or Add Folder. You will see this window:
Step 3.Export Videos from PC to Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge
Next, you can select videos to import from your computer. All videos imported can be watched with the built-in player. You just need to simply Drag and Drop videos from computer to Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edeg.
If you want to transfer the music from your iPhone to your new Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, you can transfer the music files from iPhone to your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge by syncing iTunes music with your Galaxy S7/S7 Edge with the help of iOS & Android Manager.
Step 1.Select the Right Mode
After running the program and connecting your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge to your computer, you need to click “Transfer iTunes Media to Device” from the options list. Perhaps, you also can find the Transfer iTunes to Device option under Toolbox > Transfer Tools section.
Step 2.Sync Videos from iTunes to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge
All the iTunes files will be scanned and will be shown under different categories like music, movies, podcasts and others. You can tick “Videos” but uncheck the others, then you can successfully copy iTunes videos to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge by clicking the “Transfer” button.
Your old phone might be a Android Phone, a Nokia phone, an iPhone or other phone. Due to the different operating systems between of your old phone and new Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, to ensure completely to sync videos from old iPhone/iPad/iPod/Android to your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge as the original data, you’d better to use this tool to prevent the mistakes you might make which might destroy your original videos during the data transferring process.
Step 1.Run the iOS & Android Manager Tool on Your Computer
To start with, launch the program and connect both your old device and Galaxy S7/S7 Edge devices to the same computer. You will get the following page:
Step 2.Copy Videos from iPhone/iPad/iPod/Android to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge
Next, make sure which is your source device and select it. Select your videos to export by clicking the “Videos” tab. After that, you can copy videos from iPhone/iPad/iPod/Android to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge by selecting Export > Export to Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge directly.
Congratulations, your videos is in your new Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge now. You have to admit it’s really simple.
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