How to Transfer Contacts from Lenovo to Samsung

February 13, 2017
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I am a lenovo phone user. To tell the truth, I bought my lenovo because of its low price. However, after I used it for some time, this phone is getting more and more cards. So I'm going to buy a new Samsung phone. And I need to transfer contact from my lenovo phone to Samsung phone, how should I do?
You can count on Mobile Transfer. It is a practical data processing software. You can use it to transfer, backup and delete data, or you can use it to restore the backup data to the computer. Depending on your needs, you can use its transfer function. And this feature can transfer contacts, text messages, photos, videos, music, calendar, call history and other documents. And it can transfer data between different phones. Not only can transfer data between Lenovo and Samsung phones, while in iPhone, HUAWEI, SONY, HTC and other mobile phones can also transfer data. What's more, you don't need to use particularly complex methods to transfer data, you only need three steps and follow the simple instructions to transfer data.



Steps to Transfer Contacts from Lenovo to Samsung


Step 1. Choose the Transfer Mode

First, please download and install Mobile Transfer on your computer. Next, after running it, find "Phone to Phone Transfer" from the main interface and click on it.


Step 2. Connect the Lenovo and Samsung phone to the computer

Next, connect your phones to your computer with two USB lines. When two phones are successfully connected, your Lenovo phone will be displayed on the left. If not, you can click "Flip".


Step 3. Start Transfer Contacts to Samsung

Finally, you can see some data types in the middle of the window, find and check the "Contact", and then click "Start Transfer".

Note: Make sure the connection between the phone and the computer is normal when the transfer process begins.
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