Transfer Data from Samsung/Kies Backup to Samsung Note 9

April 11, 2018
Recently, foreign media exposed the suspected Samsung Galaxy Note 9 running score in the second half. The mobile phone has a single core run of 2190 points, a multicore run of 8806 points and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 mobile platform. It also runs Android 8.1 operation system and 6GB of RAM. Obviously, such flagship configuration is only available in the second half of Samsung Note 9.

When you get a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to replace the old Samsung Galaxy phone, the first thing you need to do is switching all the data from your old Galaxy phone to Samsung Note 9. Data contains a lot of our personal information, which is very important. But not everyone knows how to do it, and if you don't, don't worry, I'll give you two simple ways to transfer data from the old Samsung Galaxy phone to the new Samsung Note 9. First of all, you need to download a professional data transfer tool, here I strongly recommend you to use the Mobile Transfer.
As the name suggests, Mobile Transfer is an easy-to-use yet integrated phone to phone data transfer software. The software can not only help you transfer data from one phone to another phone, it can also help you transfer data from backup file to any supported phones. It will support you to transfer contacts, SMS, photos, videos, call logs, calendar, music, apps and one Samsung Galaxy phone to anoter with a click. The software provides you with the most simple way, you can transfer all your data effortless. In addition, the software is safe, your data will not be compromised.
Well, then I will show you how to use the Mobile Transfer to transfer data from old Samsung phone and Kies backup to Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with ease.


Directly Transfer All Data from Samsung Galaxy Phone/Kies Backup to Samsung Galaxy Note 9


Part 1. Transfer Data from Samsung Galaxy Phone to Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Step 1. Run Mobile Transfer and choose a mode
Click the download button to download Mobile Transfer to your computer, and then install and run it according to the hint. Select "Phone to Phone Transfer" and press "Start" from the main interface.

Step 2. Connect old Galaxy phone and Note 9 to the computer
Use the USB lines to connect your old Galaxy phone and Samsung Note 9 to the computer. When Mobile Transfer senses your mobile phone, two phones will be displayed on both sides, respectively. The transfer direction of data is from the old Samsung phone to Samsung Note 9, so the old Samsung phone should be displayed on the left, while the right side is the Samsung Note 9. This can be adjusted by the "Flip" button in the middle.

Step 3. Select the data to transfer
When your phone are detected, all the transferable files will be listed. In this step, the program can help you move all transferable files. Just select the data you need and click on "Start Transfer".

Note: Make sure both of your phones are connected during the whole progress.

Part 2. Transfer Data from Kies Backup to Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Step 1. Choose a transfer mode
Just like before, you need to run Mobile Transfer on your computer first. Then select "Restore From Backups" in the main interface and select "Kies" to go on.

Step 2. Connect your Samsung Note 9 to PC
At the same time, connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to computers with its USB cable, the program will detects it soon.
Step 3. Restore Kies backup to your Samsung Galaxy Note 9
The Kies backup files that you created earlier will be displayed on the left side of the software, and choose the right ones for you. If there is no backup file you want, click on "Add Backup File" for additional options.

Once you've selected the wanted Kies backup file, the program will extract all the data inside and display to you. Choose the data you need and click "Start Transfer" to begin data transmission. During this process, please keep your phones connected to the computer normally.

Note: You can decide to erase the target device before copying any files. If you want to do this, just select the "Clear data before copy" below the target phone.
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