Summary: This article introduces the most simple way to directly transfer all data including contacts, text messages, photos, videos, call logs, music, calendar, apps, apps data and more from any Android phone to Samsung Galaxy M10/M20/M30 with ease.
Recent reports have revealed that Samsung will be announcing the new Galaxy M series of smartphones in early 2019. The Galaxy M range is rumored to replace Galaxy J, Galaxy On and Galaxy C series of smartphones from the company and it will be aimed towards emerging markets. The Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30 smartphones that have surfaced in the recent reports are rumored to be included in the upcoming Galaxy M series. Citing industry sources, 91 Mobiles claims that Samsung has started with the mass productions of Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 smartphones.
The publication claims that the production of the Galaxy M10 and M20 phones have started in the Noida-based factory of Samsung India. Based on the recent reports it can be said that the Galaxy M will be entry-level smartphone. The handset has a model number of SM-M105F and it is tipped to arrive in 16 GB and 32 GB storage versions. The Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30 phones that have respective model numbers of SM-M205F and SM-M305F are rumored to feature Infinity-U (u-shaped) notched displays. Rumors surrounding the Galaxy M20 have revealed that it will be fueled by Exynos 7885 chipset. It will be loaded with Android 8.1 Oreo OS. The SoC of the phone will be supported by 3 GB of RAM. It will be coming in 32 GB and 64 GB storage models. The Infinity-U display of the phone is expected to carry support for Full HD+ resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. There is not much information available on the specifications of the Galaxy M30. It is speculated to be available in 64 GB and 128 GB storage models.
We have a basic understanding of the configuration of the Samsung Galaxy M10/M20/M30. Now, what we need to solve is another problem. Some Samsung users, after buying a new Samsung Galaxy M10/M20/M30, will have a need to transfer important data from the old Samsung to Samsung Galaxy M10/M20/M30. The way most people use is troublesome. So, I recommend a practical and convenient software here - Mobile Transfer.
Mobile Transfer aims to provide users with more comfortable, more convenient, and more efficient ways to transfer mobile data. Therefore, the entire transfer step is simple, and the time it takes to transfer the data is greatly shortened. More importantly, it is compatible with the transfer of various data types and the support of various devices. Photos, SMS, call history, calendar, video, app data and more can all be transferred between two different mobile phones. Almost all Samsung phones can use it, so Samsung users can use Mobile Transfer to transfer data from the old Android phone to the new Samsung Galaxy M10/M20/M30.
Part 1 Directly Sync All Data from Android Phone to Samsung Galaxy M10/M20/M30
Step 1. Run the Mobile Transfer on computer
Download, install and run the Mobile Transfer on your computer. Then click on "Phone to Phone Transfer" and press "Start" to go on.
Step 2. Connect both old Android phone and Samsung Galaxy M10/M20/M30
Please connect your Android phone and Samsung Galaxy M10/M20/M30 to your computer with USB cables. Your phones will be displayed in the places of "Source" and "Destination". You can click the "Flip" between the two phones when you decide to change the places of the two phones.
Step 3. Transfer data to Samsung Galaxy M10/M20/M30
After successfully detected, all the transferable data will be displayed in the interface. You can tick the data you want to transfer, then simply click "Start Transfer" to begin.
When moving data, the phones should always be connected to the computer stably.
Part 2 Restore Data from Backup to Samsung Galaxy M10/M20/M30
Step 1. Run the Mobile Transfer and click on "Restore From Backups" in the main page, then select a backup file type as you like.
Tips: Mobile Transfer supports many backup file types, including MobileTrans, Kies, iTunes, iCloud, OneDrive, BlackBerry and so on, for example, if you've backed up your data from the old Android phone before with Mobile Transfer, you can choose MobileTrans here.
Step 2. After that, you need to select a backup file according to you need, the program will extracted all the data that can be restored from the selected backup, and lists them in the middle panel. Now, please connect your Samsung Galaxy M10/M20/M30 to computer via a USB cable.
Step 3. Wait until your device is detected, check the items that you want to switched, click on "Start Transfer" to transfer them to your Samsung Galaxy M10/M20/M30.