Transfer Data from iTunes Backup to Samsung Galaxy S7

January 23, 2016
Since I start to use smart phones, I have been using the iPhone. Recently, I want to try the Android mobile phone. I heard that Samsung Galaxy S7 is good. With the support of my parents, I bought this coveted cell phone. And then a series of problems followed. I'd like to transfer data from my iPhone to Samsung Galaxy S7. I've always had a habit of using iTunes synchronous data from my iPhone. Is it possible to transfer data from iTunes bakcup to my new Galaxy phone? I want to know how to solve this problem. Later, on the recommendation of a friend, I know that such a program which named Mobile Transfer.

Mobile Transfer can not only helps us to transfer the date from one phone to other phone, but also back up and restore our phone data. So, with the help of Mobile Transfer, we can easily restore data iTunes backup to Samsung phone, including Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. It can restore photos, video, music, contacts, call logs and so on. Now, please following the steps below to extract files from iTunes backup to Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge with a click.

Transfer Data Contacts from iTunes Backup to Samsung Galaxy S7 (edge)


Step 1. Running the program and choose a mode

After launching the program, in the main interface, choose the “Restore From Backups” and press “iTunes”.

Step 2. Connect you Samsung phone to PC

Skip to next screen, the program will show you all the found iTunes backup on your computer, please select one as you like, and connect your Samsung Galaxy phone to computer by using its USB data line.

Step 3. Transfer the selected data from backup to Samsung

When you phone is detected, and the backup file is completely extracted, press the files you would like to transfer form iTunes backup to your new phone by clicking “Start Copy”.
That's all. It is simply to restore the backup. If you want to transfer backups from iTunes to new phone, no matter you are using Android phone, iOS device, Windows phone and so on. Come on, download this program to have a try.
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