Transfer iPhone/iTunes/iCloud Data to Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e

March 02, 2019
Summary: Getting a Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ or Galaxy S10e to replace your old iPhone? This article will tells a simple and effective way to transfer all data like contacts, SMS, photos, videos, calendar and more from iPhone, as well as iTunes/iCloud backup to Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e with a click.
Samsung is the most representative technology company in the global mobile phone industry! Every new generation of Samsung flagship mobile phones can be appreciated by consumers all over the world. The latest news is that Samsung's new flagship mobile phone S10 series. In terms of hardware, Samsung S10/S10+/S10e will have a new screen. The processor of Snapdragon 855 has been confirmed. The National Bank version will be released in March. The fingerprint recognition of entity will be cancelled in unlocking, and iris recognition will probably be cancelled by Samsung. After all, the practicability is really poor. The new fingerprint technology under the screen of ultrasound will realize half-screen mobile phone. The unlocking experience is really very technical.
Samsung S10's cross-cutting design and technology will certainly attract a large number of people to buy, including some users of the iPhone. But what do you do to transfer personal data from the iPhone to Samsung S10/S10+/S10e ? After all, these are two different operating systems. It's not easy to transfer data. Don't worry. When you have Mobile Transfer, everything will be solved.
Mobile Transfer is one of the most useful data processing software in the world. It can be used to transfer, backup, restore and erase your phone data. What's more, it can be used for a variety of mobile devices, such as iPhone, Samsung, HUAWEI, ZTE, OPPO, LG, SONY, etc.. So your Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e and iPhone can also use it. It can be compatible with the latest Android systems and iOS systems. Mobile Transfer support photos, contacts, text messages, music, video, calendar, call history, app and other data, is very comprehensive. In addition, Mobile Transfer' steps are very simple, just three steps you can transfer data, and the entire process will not damage your phone data.

Without further ado, please follow our tutorial to try switching your data from the old iPhone to Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e . First of all, please click to free download the trial version, and install it on your computer.

Part 1. Transfer data from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e

Step 1. Run Mobile Transfer
Run Mobile Transfer on your computer and select "Phone to Phone Transfer" from all toolkits, then press "Start" to go on.

Step 2. Connect your phones to the computer
Use the USB cables to connect both of your iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e to your computer. When two phones are successfully connected, the iPhone will be displayed on the left, the Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ or Galaxy S10e will be displayed on the right. Because this software has requirements for the display position of the source phone and the target phone. If not, you can press "Flip" to exchange theirs position.

Step 3. Select data to transfer
When your phones are displayed on the right place, all the files that can be transferred between the two phones will be displayed in the middle panel of the program, check the items you needed from these data types, and then click on the "Start Transfer" button to sync them between your phones.

Note: During the whole transfer process, you need to make sure that the connection between the two phones and the computer is continuous. Besides, you can check the "Clear Data before Copy" box if you want to erase data on the Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e before copying the new data.

Part 2. Restore Data from iTunes Backup to Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e

Step 1. Choose "iTunes" to restore the backup
Since you need to transfer data from the iTunes backup, please run the program and click "Restore from Backups" > "iTunes". Then, connect your Samsung S10/S10+/S10e to the computer via a USB cable.

Step 2. Transfer data from iTunes backup to your Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e
Then, select an iTunes backup from the list and select the file you want to transfer in the middle of the option. Then, click "Start Transfer". When the data is officially started transfer, do not interrupt the connection between the Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e and the computer.

Note: If you want to clean up the original data in Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e, you can check the "Clear Data before Copy" box below the Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e.


Part 3.  Restore Data from iCloud Backup to Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+

Step 1. Sign in with your iCloud account
Similarly, launch the program and click "Restore from Backups" > "iCloud" in the primary interface. Then, use a USB cable to connect your Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10+ or Samsung Galaxy S10e to the computer.

Next, you need to sign in with your iCloud account, just enter the account ID and password to sign in your iCloud account.

Step 2. Download your iCloud backup
When you enter your iCloud account, all the iCloud backups are displayed in the window. Before you officially transfer data, you need to select a backup file and wait for it to be downloaded. It will take you a few minutes, please wait patiently.

Step 3. Transfer data from iCloud backup to your Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e
When iCloud backup has been downloaded, all the transferable data will be listed, you can select those whatever you needed and click "Start Transfer" to start transferring data to Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e.

Note: During this process, please do not disconnect the Samsung S10/S10+/S10e from the computer, otherwise the transfer process will be interrupted. If you want to wipe all your data from the Samsung S10/S10+/S10e before transfer, you can use the "Clear data before copy" feature.
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