2 Ways to Transfer Data from Samsung to HUAWEI P30/P30 Pro

February 15, 2019
Summary: This article will tells two simple ways to directly sync all data like contacts, SMS, photos, videos, call logs, music, Apps and more from any Samsung Galaxy phone to HUAWEI P30 and HUAWEI P30 Pro, as well as restoring data from Kies backup to HUAWEI P30/P30 Pro.
Huawei P30 series new machine will be equipped with the new Kirin 980 processor, and in the memory combination, the new Huawei P30 will use 6GB + 128GB memory combination, the maximum will be 8GB + 256GB. In the camera combination, Huawei P30 will be configured three rear-facing cameras, including a 48-megapixel camera and two 12-megapixel cameras. The main camera supports optical image stabilization. In terms of the front camera, the Huawei P30 uses a single 12-megapixel camera. In other configurations, the Huawei P30 will use on-screen fingerprint recognition, face recognition and wireless charging.
With the continuous improvement of Huawei's mobile phone performance in recent years, more and more Samsung users have moved to the Huawei camp. Can't you wait to buy a new HUAWEI P30 or HUAWEI P30 Pro to replace your old Samsung Galaxy phone? If so, you must be interested in how to transfer your personal data from the old Samsung Galaxy phone to HUAWEI P30/P30 Pro, right? There is no doubt that this is a boring and time consuming job. However, this article can easily solve your troubles.
Mobile Transfer is a professional and efficient data transfer and management tool, which can help switching all your data including contacts, contact blacklist, bookmarks, photos, videos, call logs, text messages, music, apps, app data, calendar and more between any Android phones, no matter your device is Samsung, Huawei, ZTE, vivo, OPPO, Xiaomi, OnePlus, HTC, LG, Google, Nokia, Sony or any other Android brand of smartphone. Besides, with the help of this tool, you can easily backup your phone data, and restore these backup files to any supported devices.

Next, please follow us to learn how to use this software.

Part 1 Directly Sync All Data from Samsung to HUAWEI P30/HUAWEI P30 Pro

Step 1. Download, install and run this Mobile Transfer on your computer, then choose "Phone to Phone Transfer" in the main interface and press "Start" to go on.

Step 2. Connect both of your old Samsung Galaxy phone and the HUAWEI P30/HUAWEI P30 Pro to your computer, and ensure that the old Samsung Galaxy phone is display on the left panel. Of course, you can use the "Flip" button to ajust your phones' position.

Step 3. Wait until your phones are detected and displayed on the right place, then you can check the items that you want to transfer, and click on "Start Transfer" to sync them to your HUAWEI P30/HUAWEI P30 Pro.

Note: If you want to replace your device's data, you can use the "Clear data before copy" feature.

Part 2 Restore Data from Kies Backup to HUAWEI P30/HUAWEI P30 Pro

Step 1. First of all, run the software, then in the primary window, click "Restore From Backups" and choose "Kies" in the options presented.

Step 2. Select the Kies backup file that you would like to restore on the left panel. In case you don't see the needed file, click on "Add Backup File" for additional options. At the same time, please connect your HUAWEI P30/HUAWEI P30 Pro to computer via its USB cable.

Step 3. Once your phone is recognized, check the files that you wanted, click on "Start Transfer" to begin the process. You can also decide to erase the HUAWEI P30/HUAWEI P30 Pro before copying any files. If you want to do this, simply check the "Clear data before copy" box below the right panel.

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