2 Ways to Transfer All Data from Android Phone to Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Summary: What if you are using an Android phone and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 at the same time? In order to avoid some trouble, you should be concerned about keeping data synchronized between the two devices. This article will show you a convenient and efficient method to sync Android data to Samsung Galaxy Note 10.

It’s an amazing news that Samsung will release Galaxy Note 10 in New York on August 8. We’re virtually certain that it is a new flagship 5G smartphone of Samsung. According to reliable sources, Samsung will cancel the headphone jack on Note 10, but employ USB-C headset to give users a purer auditory experience. It may equip with Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9825 for different markets, runs on Android v9.0 Pie operating system and 8GB of RAM, 512GB(expanding) of ROM. With a 6.66″ Super AMOLED screen resolution of 2560*1440 Pixels, the battery is concerned it has 4000mAh. The rear camera is concerned this mobile has a 16MP + 12MP + 12MP camera CMOS image sensor supporting a resolution of 4616*3464 Pixels and the front snapper is powered by a CMOS image sensor. In addition, it supports forward fingerprint recognition.

With the wide use of mobile phones, many people use two phones at the same time, one for work and one for life. In this way, work can be separated from life, and personal privacy can be protected. It means that different files will be saved in two phones. Sometimes, you may be puzzled where you have put your files, you think the files are in phone A,but they are in phoneB. It is hard to find out the files that you need.What’s worse, one phone broken for some reasons, you need to spend some time getting the data back. Would you like to know how to avoid this kind of trouble and embarrassment? Look! You need to know sync data from phone to phone. If your two phones synced that you can get the same data in each phone. Here will show you a convenient and efficient method to transfer Android data to Samsung Galaxy Note 10.

In this page, my recommendation is Mobile Transfer, which helps users sync phone to phone with just a few simple clicks. You can copy contacts, messages, call logs, calendar, photos, music, videos, apps and apps data from phone to phone to complete sync. It supports almost all mobile phones with different operating systems in the market, including iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian and WinPhone. Just with a few simple clicks, you can sync data from Android to Android, Android to iOS, iOS to Android, iOS to iOS and so on. With the model of Android to Android, you can choose to sync the whole or part of the files as you want from Android Samsung/HTC/LG/ZTE/Sony/vivo/OPPO/Xiaomi/Huawei to Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Besides, you also can restore your phone from backups, back up your phone and erase your old phone with this program.

Models Included: Samsung Galaxy Note10/Note9/S10/S10+/S10e/S9/S9+/S8/S8+/S7/S7 Edge/A80/A70/A60/A50/A40/A40s/M30/M20/A9s/A8s…
Data Included: contacts, messages, call logs, calendar, photos, music, videos, apps, app data.


Part 1 Directly Sync Data from Android to Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Step 1. Download and Install

Download Mobile Transfer on the computer, install and launch the program. On the interface, click “Phone to Phone Transfer” to go on.

Step 2. Connect to the Computer

Connect your Android phone and Samsung Note 10 to the computer with USB cables. After having your phones recognized by the program, you can see Android phone and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be shown in the interface. Please pay attention that Android phone must be displayed on the left side as the source phone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 on the right side as the destination phone. If not, you should click the “Flip” button to change the location.

Step 3. Start Sync Data

When the program identified the two phones, all the data that can be transferred will be listed in the middle of the interface. You can select the data types you want to copy, including contacts, messages, call logs, calendar, photos, music, videos, apps and apps data. Then click the “Start Transfer” button to begin sync data. When it is completed, you can find the data in Samsung Galaxy Note 10.

Tips: If you select the “Clear Data before Copy” box before start transfer, the old data of destination phone will be cleaned up.

Part 2 Restore Data from Android to Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Step 1. First of all, You need to run Mobile Transfer on your computer first. Then select “Restore From Backups” in the main interface and select “MobileTrans” to continue.

Step 2. Then connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to your computer with its USB cable, it will be detected soon and displayed in the right panel.

Step 3. Select the file you would like to transfer from the available backup files on the left. In case you don’t see the file you would like to transfer, click on “Add Backup File” for additional options. Select the data you want in the middle of window, and then click “Start Transfer” to sync the selected data to Samsung Galaxy Note 10.