How to Copy Data from Lenovo to Samsung Galaxy?
If you don't take the right approach, it will take you hours to transfer the hundreds of music folders, videos, photos and contacts from your old phone to your newly purchased device, such as copying data from Lenovo phone to Samsung Galaxy device. The process might end up becoming so complicated that you could lose sensitive data during the transfer that you have to spend a lot of time to recover lost data from Lenovo. If you want your new Samsung Galaxy phone to be fully equipped with all the old data on your Lenovo device, then you have to opt for another transferring method.
Keeping backups of sensitive files in your Lenovo phone to the Samsung device will become very easy with the MobiKin Transfer for Mobile (Mac version available). With it, you can copy almost everything, including contacts, text messages, photos, videos, music, apps and more from Lenovo A788t/A890e/VIBE Z/S898t/S820e/P780 smart phone to Samsung Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5 with simple operations.
This Lenovo to Samsung Transfer works with many different phones, such as Samsung, Lenovo, HTC, Sony, Motorola, Google Nexus, LG, Huawei and more. The following guide focuses on transferring content from Lenovo to Samsung Galaxy. You can refer to another guide and follow steps to transfer data between Samsung and Google Nexus.
Easy Guide to Transfer Files from Lenovo to Samsung Galaxy
Step 1. Launch Lenovo to Samsung data transfer software
All you need to do after downloading and installing this Lenovo to Samsung Transfer is launching it. Then you can get the primary interface as below:
Step 2. Connect Lenovo and Samsung phones to computer
Connect your Lenovo and Samsung phones to the computer via two USB cables. Then, the program detects the two phones and displayed them side by side, with all the transferable file types listed here.
Step 3. Copy data from Lenovo to Samsung Galaxy
Just tick off the data categories you want to transfer and start the transferring process from Lenovo to Samsung by clicking the "Start Copy" icon in the middle. In the pop-up progress bar, you can check out the progress of data transfer.