How to Transfer Data from Android to Samsung Galaxy Note 9

April 16, 2018
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leaks are surfacing almost every day as we approach the anticipated release date, now about four months away. Sorting through the rumors, we've gotten out our handy S Pen to declare which are plausible and which are wishful thinking.
What's the big deal about this forthcoming smartphone? Well, the Note 9 is poised to be the massively sized update to the Galaxy Note 8, and slightly bigger and better than the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, which launched around the world in March.

There is no doubt that many Samsung fans can not wait to buy this Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to replace the old Android phone like HTC, LG, Sony, Huawei, Google and so on. Compare with enjoying the fun of the new phone, I think the most important thing is how to transfer data from the old Android phone to Samsung Galaxy Note 9. After all, you have all your contacts, text messages, photos, videos, call logs and other data storing in your old Android phone. There is no doubt that most of the users' ideas agree with mine. However, to easily transfer data from phone to phone, not everyone knows the Mobile Transfer.
Mobile Transfer is a powerful yet effective data transfer software, which is a great invention. Its existence greatly reduces the difficulty of data transfer, and saves a lot of valuable time for users. You can use it to directly transfer photos, music, video, contacts, SMS, calendar, call history, apps and more from one phone to another with just a few simple steps. Moreover, it will not leak or delete your phone data throughout the process. In addition, its steps are simple and easy to understand. More importantly, you can use it to transfer data between different mobile phones. A wide variety of mobile devices can be supported, including iPhone, Samsung, HUAWEI, LG, SONY, HTC, ZTE, OPPO, etc.. When you use Mobile Transfer, you will transfer data quickly and securely.


Directly Transfer All Data from Android Phone to Samsung Galaxy Note 9


Step 1. Connect your phones to the computer

Just like you use other software, you have to download Mobile Transfer and install it on your computer. While running the software, connect two phones to the computer with data cables. Then select the "Phone to Phone Transfer" in the main interface of the software.

Note: After the connection is successful, the screen will display the source and target devices. Please make sure that you have made a clear distinction between the source and target phone, since the data will be transferred from the source phone to the target phone. But, you can use the "Flip" button to exchange their position with ease.


Step 2. Choose the file and start to transfer

You can see data types that can be transferred between two devices, such as contacts, messages, photos, videos, call logs, etc., please choose whatever file types as you like. For example, if you only want to transfer contacts, you just need to check contacts. Then click on "Start Transfer" to begin the process.


Step 3. Transfer the selected data successfully

After a short wait, the whole transfer process will be completed. You can view the data and contacts you need in target phone. You can check the "Clear Data before Copy" box if you want to erase data on the destination phone before copying the new data.
Note: For efficiency, do not disconnect the phone and the computer during the transfer process. The whole transfer process will not spend too much of your time, please wait patiently, of course, it just depend on the amount of your data.

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