How to Transfer All Data from Android Phone to Samsung Galaxy J8

Samsung, which has just finished its Galaxy S9 series, came out with a new one, this time with a more aggressive model — the Galaxy J8. Currently, the samsung Galaxy J8 has landed in GeekBench. As the mid-end mobile phone for the Japanese market, the Galaxy J8 is equipped with the Samsung Exynos 7870 platform, with 3GB of storage and running Android 8 Oreo system, which belongs to the middle and mainstream configuration of the international market. From the Geekbench data, it has an Exynos 7885 processor. In terms of configuration, the phone is a 5.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1280×720, with Exynos 7885 processor and 4GB of ram +32GB storage. In the camera, a 12 megapixel camera is followed by an 8 megapixel front. According to the android 8.0 system, before the MWC is released in 2018, if the phone runs on the system, it will break the Samsung Galaxy precedent and become Samsung’s first phone running Android 8.0.

But after we bought the Samsung Galaxy J8, everyone started to worry about a new problem. Don’t worry, it’s not the quality of the phone. It’s the data that you care about! Because, you know, their everyday life’s important data is almost entirely in their old cell phones. And you’re going to be looking around for data software to move the data. Thus, the loss of a large amount of data is really not worth the loss. But now you don’t have to worry about it, because I recently learned that there is a powerful software that can transfer data. The emergence of Mobile Transfer has really solved a problem for people. Consumers who buy the Samsung Galaxy J8 are able to get through the data transfer with this software! The software I mentioned, it’s called Mobile Transfer.

Mobile Transfer is the all-in-one yet easy-to-use data transfer tool that can directly transfer Music, Contacts, Photos, Videos, Messages, Calendars, Apps, Calendar and other files from one mobile phone to another, including Samsung, iPhone, HTC, LG, Huawei, OPPO, ViVo, OnePlus, Google, as well as other over 6000 popular mobile phones in the market. Yes, I forgot to tell you another powerful feature about the software. Is the security of it, because you’re the only one data managers, so you want to transfer all the data will not be compromised. So you can be assured that your data will be leaked! And you can transfer all the data in a simple process. In addition, in the process of data transmission of Mobile Transfer does not occupy too much of your time. It can also be use to create a data backup on a third device.

Then let me use the Samsung Galaxy J8 as an example, to show you how it operation method! In this way, you can also trust me to choose that software. I hope you can seriously look at the process! After all, I also hope that this software will really help you.


Directly Transfer All Data from Old Android Phone to Samsung Galaxy J8

Step 1. Connect the two devices to the computer

Please download, install and run this phone data transfer program on your computer, and then select “Phone to Phone Transfer” option in the primary interface, press “Start” button to go on.

Then you should connect your Android phone and Samsung Galaxy J8 to your computer via USB cables. Once your phones are connected to the laptop, the software automatically detects and scans your phone, and then you can see your phone on both sides of the window. Note that the Android phone is on the left and the Samsung Galaxy J8 is displayed on the right, and if not, you can simply press “Flip” to switch their position.

Step 2. Select the file and start to transfer

When Samsung Galaxy J8 and old Android phone are in correct position, all the transferable file on your Android phone will be listed. You can pick whatever you want, if you have already selected, click the “Start Transfer” button to start the process. Surely, make sure there are two devices connected throughout the process.

Note: If needed, you can click the button in front of the “clear data before copy”, if you want to delete the data on the Samsung Galaxy J8 before transfer.