Two Ways to Transfer Photos from Samsung to iPhone X

April 16, 2018
Nov-2017, the iPhone X lifted the new wave. its wireless charging, Water and dust resistance are the highlights of the phone. The 5. 8 - inch full screen with 2,436 * 1125 resolution for the iPhone X, pixels per inch PPI. Because of the Alien full screen, Its display results are quite shocking. And Because of the design of the full screen, the iPhone X has to cancel the original home button design, which means that the iphone X will no longer support the touch id feature. However, iPhone X has brought us a cool new way to unlock - face!
When we buy an iPhone X, we want the files in our Samsung to be transferred to the iPhone X, especially those precious photos, contacts, and media files. What shall we do? Our first thought is Bluetooth. But with the increasing market demand, bluetooth has been unable to satisfy our needs. What we need now is to be able to quickly and safely transfer data. 
At this time, I will introduce two powerful softwares - Dr.Fone Toolkit and Mobile Transfer. And how do we use them? Let's take Samsung and iPhone X as an example, telling how to directly transfer photos between them.


Two Simple Ways to Transfer Photos from Old Samsung Phone to iPhone X

The use of Dr.Fone Toolkit is simple and compatible with the latest iOS 11 and Android 8.0, clear interface mobile data transfer tool. Dr. fone - Switch lets you easily transfer data between different phones with one click, including iOS, Android, Symbian, WinPhone and so on. In short, You can use it to transfer data between any of them.

There are other following features. The first one is that it's safe and reliable. Dr.Fone Toolkit only reads and transfers the information from your device to another, without rewriting anything. And your personal information will not be stored in the software or be divulged to anyone. The second one, it is a intuitive process that you can simply transfer all your data, don't need any preparation, no update, no replication. And the third one, there is a fast switch speed which you can switch a phone to another one with less than 3 minutes, it is just the time of a cup of coffee. You can safely and reliably complete the data transfermation in a short time. Why do not you have a try with this software - Dr.fone Toolkit?
And how do we use it? Let's take Samsung and iPhone X as an example to show how to transfer photos from Samsung to iPhone X. The use specific steps are as follows:

Step 1. Connect your phones to the PC with USB cable

Firstly, run Dr. Fone Toolkit on your computer, and you'll see the primary interface as below. Please select the "Switch" among the modules.

Secondly, you should get both of your Samsung phone and iPhone X connected to the computer with their USB cable. When they are detected, you will find the source device (Samsung) and the destination device (iPhone X) are shown on the screen, the data will be transferred from the Samsung to the iPhone X. If the order is not what you want, you can use the "Flip" button to exchange their position.


Step 2. Choose the file and start to transfer

Above all, select the file types you would like to transfer. Then click on "Start Transfer" to begin the process.

If you do this, you need to take care of several things. 
1. For efficiency, don’t disconnect the devices until the process is complete.
2. You can check the "Clear Data before Copy" box if you want to erase data on the destination phone before transferring the data to the target phone. 
Within a few minutes, all selected files will be transferred from your old Samsung phone to the iPhone X successfully.

In addition to using Dr.Fone Toolkit, another good choice is Mobile Transfer. Mobile Transfer, with which you are able to transfer date whatever you want from one phone to another. It has various features.
Firstly, it enables you to transfer date from iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, Symbian and so on to anywhere without any loss. In fact, it supports 6000+ devices. Secondly, you can transfer all date from the old phone to the new one, such as text messages, photos, videos, contacts, music, calendar, call history, apps and other file types between devices directly. Thirdly, you can use it to backup your phone data, and restore backup from Blackberry 7/10, iTunes, iCloud, OneDrive, Kies to your phone. Fully compatible with iOS 11 and Android 8.0. What's more, it's safe and reliable. Your personal information will not be stored in the software or on any kind of cloud, the program only reads the information on your device and fulfills the functions provided by Mobile Transfer. You are the only one who can access your information and existing files will not be overwritten, unless you choose to delete them.

Following is the details tutorial of how to swithing your data by using Mobile Transfer:

Step 1. Connect your devices to the computer

Firstly, install and run Mobile Transfer on your computer, then click on "Phone to Phone Transfer" and press "Start" to go on.

At the same time, connect your Samsung and iPhone X with the computer. Since the data will be transferred from the Samsung to iPhone X. So, please remember to let the the Samsung phone is shown on the left, and the iPhone X is displayed on the right. If not, you can simple press "Flip"to exchange theirs position.


Step 2. Select the file and start to transfer

Check the files you look forward to transfer. Then click on "Start Transfer" to begin the switching process. For efficiency, don't disconnect the devices until the process is complete. By the way, you can check the "Clear Data before Copy" box if you want to erase data on the destination phone before copying the new data.

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