How to Transfer Call Logs from Samsung to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge

Despite having a better camera and a bigger battery, the Galaxy S7 Edge looks more svelte than before. That’s partly because Samsung now makes its own batteries, so it has more control over the shape and size, and it’s partly because its edges are more curved and the camera bump is less obvious than before. The combination of a superb camera, powerful processors and micro SD expansion make Galaxy S7/S7 Edge a winning one.

The amazing Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge must make you have an impulse to buy one. But before you buy a new phone, you have to consider how to deal with the data stored on your old phone. You may be affordable to the price of changing a new phone, but can you afford the price of losing the important files on your phone? The traditional way is outdated and inefficient. Your best choice now must be Mobile Switch.

In terms of Mobile Switch, its trump is its powerful data transfer function. Apart from that, Mobile Switch is also good at backuping data. The whole process is extremely simple and don’t have too difficult operations. Supported almost all devices, it can work compatibly with whatever Apple, Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Google, HUAWEI, Motorola, ZTE, etc. You can use Mobile Switch to transfer contacts, messages, calendars, photos, music, video, call logs, apps and app data from one of your device to another.

Take call logs as an example, let me show you how to use the program. The detailed steps of How to Transfer Call logs from Samsung to S7/S7 Edge are displayed below. It just need 2 steps.


Tutorial: Transfer Call Logs from Samsung to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge

Step 1. Connect your Device to the Computer

Download, installand launch Mobile Switch on your PC, then the user interface will pop up. Next, click on “Phone to Phone Transfer” and press “Start”, then get both of your devices connected to the PC with USB cables. Wait until the program recognizes your devices.

The data will be transfered from the source device to the destination one. You can use the “Flip” button to shift their position.

Step 2. Choose the File and Start to Transfer

Check the files you would like to transfer and here check the box before “Call logs”. Then click on “Start Transfer” to begin the process. The whole process will cost you a few minutes. Just wait for a while.

You have the option to check the “Clear Data before Copy” box if you want to erase data on the destination phone before copying the new data.

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