The wait is OVER! Samsung will announce its Galaxy Note 8 on August 23, confirming what most of us already know. ETNEWS is reporting, citing a network representative, that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will get a release date in Korea on September 15, following the handset’s announcement on August 23. “According to experts,” notes Android Police, “sales will be very strong, as this is virtually the first new Galaxy Note in two years. On a somewhat related note, the LG V30 may also be released on September 15th, despite its unveiling being said to occur about a week after Samsung's August 23rd date.” This is likely bad news for LG, but Samsung will almost certainly want to get the Galaxy Note 8 out before the arrival of Apple’s iPhone 8 and iPhone 7s. Analysts are confident about the Galaxy Note 8, as noted above, but these same analysts are positively frothing at the mouth about the iPhone 8, which is, essentially, the first, proper new iPhone we’ve had since 2014’s iPhone 6 update.
Even though there is still a period of time distance the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 release, however, there have been quite a few users including Android, WinPhone, Microsoft, BlackBerry and even iOS to focus on the latest dynamic of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, obviously, you are no exception. In this article, we will continue to introduce for you how to transfer your data including contacts, text messages, call history, photos, videos, calendars, music, apps and more from HTC phone to the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with the help of Phone Transfer.
Phone Transfer is a great mobile data management software, which play an important role in terms of data transfer. With the help of Phone Transfer, user can directly sync data from phone to phone, and easily back up and restore your phone data. Besides, this program is able to permanent erase all data and settings on your Android device to ensure zero possibility of recovery.
Steps to Transfer All Data from Old HTC Phone to Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Step 1. Download Phone Transfer Program and install it on your PC, and then run it. When you see four choices, you need to select "Phone to Phone Transfer" mode and click on "Start". Next, you will see the window reminding you to connect your devices.
Step 2. With the USB cables, connect HTC and Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to the computer. Make sure the HTC acts as the source phone displayed on the left and the Galaxy Note 8 acts as the destination phone displayed on the right. If it is not the case, you can tap on the “Flip” button to correct it.
Step 3.Now, on the middle box on the primary window, choose the "Contacts", "Photos" and any other file types that you wanted. Then click on the “Start Transfer” button to start transferring.
Note: Please keep your phones connected during the whole transfer process. Otherwise it will slow down the transmission.