The king has returned, and it wants its crown back. Nokia has licensed the Finnish company HMD Global to produce handsets with the iconic brand, and it’s been doing a pretty good job so far. Three Android smartphones have already been released, which took some emerging markets by storm. The Nokia 6, Nokia 5, and Nokia 3 are not bad phones at all, but they aren’t what the Western market wants or needs. This is why HMD is prepping a whole new device, the Nokia 9, which will compete with the rest of the flagships out there. HMD Global has taken a huge responsibility – to do the iconic brand justice, and produce high-quality smartphones that will cater to most needs. The Nokia 6 has already proven to be a sturdy mid-ranger that’s worth its price, so we can’t wait to see how the Nokia 9 is.
Last night when I was using my Android, my smartphone suddenly did not work anymore and I didn’t know what actually happened. I tried to shut down and then reboot my phone, but it still pissed me off, so I decided to switch to my Nokia 9. However, before I send my Samsung for fixing, I want to copy all my contacts to Nokia 9. Therefore, can anyone tell me what I should do?
Sometimes you might be in the same situation with the user above. No matter what drives you to reluctantly switch to a new phone, the first thing that will emerge in your mind is how to transfer all the data from your older phone to a newer one. And it would be my pleasure to help you clear up your doubt by recommending Phone Transfer to you.
With the help of Phone Transfer, you can swiftly export contacts, SMS, videos, photos and audios from your Android device to Nokia. Of course, you can also do it in reverse. What’more, this desktop app is compatible with most brand phones running iOS, Android and Symbian operating systems. Try it right now!
After installing and performing the program, the primary window will show up to you. Click the blue “Phone to Phone Transfer” button.
In this step, you should firstly plug both of your devices into your computer. After your phones are automatically recognized, please confirm that your Android is the Source and Nokia is the Destination (You can change the position by clicking “Flip”).
Check “contacts” and then “Start transfer” to begin the transfer process. If you want to move other files, you can also select them. Finally, when the progress bar finishes, tap “OK”.
Note: While exporting the data, make sure your phone will not run out of battery and connected well.