Summary: Are you a user of Samsung phones? Do you know how to use the easiest and most convenient way to transfer data from Samsung to Samsung Galaxy S20? This article will introduce you three simple and convenient methods to help you transfer data from Samsung to Samsung Galaxy S20.
According to media reports, the new Samsung Galaxy S20 will use a 120Hz AMOLED display, which will be Samsung’s first mobile phone with a 120Hz refresh rate screen, and it supports 60Hz and 120Hz free switching. In the core configuration, the Samsung Galaxy S20 will be equipped with the new Exynos 9830 processor or Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, supplemented by LPDDR5 RAM. On the camera, it has a front 10MP pixel camera and a rear 100 million pixel camera module. It has 10x optical zoom and 100x hybrid zoom capabilities.
“Since I am a big fan of Samsung, I have always used Samsung Galaxy S8. and I just got a new Samsung Galaxy S20, but I don’t know how to transfer the data from my old Samsung phone to the new Samsung Galaxy S20. Is there any simple ways to sync data between Samsung phones?” – Asked by Amber.
When you buy the Samsung Galaxy S20, do you have the same troubles as Amber – What simple method should be used to securely transfer data from one Samsung phone to Samsung Galaxy S20? Therefore, this article will introduce you 4 simple and secure methods to help transferring data from Samsung to Samsung Galaxy S20.
Part 1 Directly Transfer Data from Samsung to Samsung Galaxy S20
Part 2 Transfer Data from Backup to Samsung Galaxy S20
Part 3 Transfer Data from Kies Backup to Samsung Galaxy S20
Part 4 Sync Data from Samsung to Samsung Galaxy S20 via Phone Clone
Part 5 Backup Data from Samsung Galaxy S20 to Computer
When it comes to data transfer, Mobile Transfer is the software that has to be mentioned. Mobile Transfer is a very popular data transfer software that is widly used all around the world. It can not only transfer data from phone to phone, but also back up and restore your phone data. There are many types of data that Mobile Transfer can transfer, such as contacts, photos, videos, audio, text messages, apps, app data, calendar, music and so on. In addition, Mobile Transfer is super compatible. It is compatible with almost all mobile phones, including Samsung, Huawei, OPPO, vivo, Lenovo, Google, LG, Meizu, Nokia, etc.. Most importantly, Mobile Transfer is very secure, so you don’t have to worry about data being leaked during data transfer.
Step 1: Connect your phones to the computer
You need to download and install Mobile Transfer on your computer, run it and select “Phone to Phone Transfer” mode on its homepage. Then use a USB cable to connect both of your old Samsung phone and Samsung Galaxy S20 to your computer.
Note: Since the data is transferred from the source device (old Samsung phone) to the destination device (Samsung Galaxy S20). So if the pages are displayed in reverse order, you need to click on the “Flip” button to reverse their position.
Step 2: Select data for transfer
Now you can see all the data that can be transferred from Samsung to Samsung Galaxy S20 on the page. Select the data you need and click “Start Transfer” to transfer it.
Because Mobile Transfer supports data backup, you need to back up your data on Mobile Transfer before you use this method. So the advantage of using this method is that even if your Samsung phone is lost or cannot be turned on to transfer data normally, you can directly transfer the data in the backup to the Samsung Galaxy S20 via Mobile Transfer.
Step 1: Run Mobile Transfer on your computer. Select the “Restore from Backups” mode on the page and choose “Mobiletrans” to go on. Then connect the Samsung Galaxy S20 to your computer with a USB cable.
Step 2: Select the backup data you need from the list, and select the data you need to transfer from the backup to the Samsung Galaxy S20 on the page, and then click “Start Transfer” on the page to begin transferring.
Samsung Kies is a useful tool that Samsung users often use to backup and manage data. If you have good backup habits, this method may help you.
Step 1. Connect your Samsung Galaxy S20 to computer and launch Samsung Kies.
Step 2. Click “Back up/Restore” tab on the top of the menu. Then click “Restore” to go on.
Step 3. Choose the Kies backup file that you’ve created before, then click “Next”.
Step 4. Select the types of file that you want to transfer and press “Next”.
Step 5. Once your device is recognized, you can restore the slected contents to Samsung Galaxy S20 in a click.
Phone Clone app is a mobile data transfer tool provided by Huawei. Using the Phone Clone app for easy data transfer. Wireless and no traffic, scan the QR code or build your own WLAN hotspot to quickly and easily transfer data across platforms (Android/iOS).
Step 1: Download and install the Phone Clone app on your old Samsung phone and Samsung Galaxy S20 respectively.
Step 2: Run Phone Clone on both phones, then select “New Phone” on Samsung Galaxy S20 to create a new WiFi network. Select “Old Phone” on your old Samsung phone and search for the WiFi network created by Samsung Galaxy S20 and enter the corresponding password. Finally, press “Connect” in Samsung to establish a connection between the two phones.
Step 3: Select the data you need to transfer to Samsung Galaxy S20 in your old Samsung phone, and then click “Send”. Now the Samsung Galaxy S20 will automatically receive the data from the old Samsung phone, please be patient!
As mentioned above, Mobile Transfer can also easily back up all your data from Samsung Galaxy S20 to computer.
Step 1: Firstly, download, install and run this software on your computer, then choose “Back Up Your Phone” in the main page of the program.
Step 2: Use a USB cable to connect your Samsung Galaxy S20 to computer, once it’s detected, you can see it display on the left panel, and the transferable files on your device will be listed on the middle panel.
Step 3: Check the files that you needed and click on “Start Transfer” to sync them to your computer.
When the backup process is complete, you can click on the pop-up window or go to the settings to find the backup file. Of cause, if necessary, you also can change the path of your backup file there.