Summary: This is an article will telling three simple and effective ways to transfer all data from any Samsung Galaxy smartphone and tablet to Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2, and telling two simple ways to backup your data from Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2.
Compared with the previous generation, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 has greatly improved its appearance and craftsmanship. The external screen has been upgraded from 4.6 inches to 6.2 inches, and the internal screen is 7.6 inches. Hole screen design, resolution 2213×1689, 120Hz refresh rate. In other configurations, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor, 12GB LPDDR5 memory, UFS 3.1 flash memory, maximum 256GB, built-in 4365 mAh battery, and supports 25W fast charging and 15W wireless fast charging. In terms of photography, the front dual 10-megapixel camera, the rear 12 million main camera + 64 million telephoto + 12 million super wide-angle triple camera.
As a folding phone, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 meets the requirements of most people in all aspects. I believe that many Samsung fans will buy Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2, but changing to a new phone is a troublesome thing, especially for working people. The mobile phone contains almost all kinds of data for work, so when we change the mobile phone, we must transfer the data of the old mobile phone to the new mobile phone. Nowadays, there are a lot of data transfer software in the software market, but their functions still have some shortcomings. From all aspects, I think Mobile Transfer is a good software.
Mobile Transfer is specially developed for transferring data. So its operation is very simple and does not require users to have expertise in this area. Compared with other software, its function is also very prominent. First of all, it is highly secure and will not leak your information. As we all know, how big a problem data leakage can cause. Next, it is highly compatible, and it can not only transmit data to each other in the same mobile phone system, but also transmit data in different mobile phone systems. Also, it can transmit all kinds of data, such as contacts, text messages, call records, memos, photos, audio, video, etc. The most surprising thing is that it can be used on six different devices, and there is no upper limit for the same device.
Step 1: Select the transfer mode
First download, install and run Mobile Transfer on your computer. At this point, the main interface shows four modes, please select the “Phone To Phone Transfer” mode, and then click “Start”.
Step 2: Connect your devices to the computer
Please use USB to connect Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 and Samsung mobile phone to the computer. The two mobile phones are displayed on both sides of the main interface. Please pay special attention to the display of your Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 on the right. If the order is wrong, you need to click the “Flip” button to swap the positions of the two phones, otherwise you will not get the result you want.
Step 3: Select the type of data to transfer
Now, you can see the data type list displayed on the main interface. Please select the data you need to transfer, and click “Start Transfer” after the preview is confirmed to transfer the data to your Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2.
Note: If you want to delete the existing data of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 before transferring, you can select the “Clear data before copy” button. Please keep the phone and computer uninterrupted during the transfer process.
Step 1: Run Mobile Transfer on your computer. Then select the “Restore from Backups” mode on the main interface, and finally click “MobileTrans” among all the projects.
Note: The reason for choosing “MobileTrans” is because you have used the Mobile Transfer software to back up data from your old Samsung phone. Of course, the program also supports other backup files, such as Kies backup, iCloud backup, iTunes backup, etc.
Step 2: Now you need to connect your Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 to your computer with a USB cable.
Step 3: Now, you can see all the backup files, please choose one according to your needs. The program will extract all transferable files from the selected backup file and display them. Please select the file type to be transferred. After the computer detects your device, you can click “Start Transfer” to synchronize to your Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2. At this time, the main interface shows the progress bar of the transfer. Please be patient, the transmission speed depends on the amount of data.
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 Z Fold2 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 Z Fold2 in a click.
Step 1: Return to the primary interface of Mobile Transfer and choose the “Back Up Your Phone” option.
Step 2: Use a USB cable to connect your Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 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.
Step 1: After running Samsung Kies on your computer, connect your Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 to your computer via its USB data cable.
Step 2: Confirm that Samsung Kies is connected to your Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2. Once connected, you’ll see basic information about your device in the first tab.
Step 3: Click on the Back up/Restore tab and choose the items you want to back up, then scroll to the bottom of the window and press the “Backup” button.
Step 4: Wait for your backup to finish, then click the “Complete” button.