HTC to Samsung S9 Transfer: How to Transfer Data from HTC to Samsung S9
Why people want to switch their HTC phones to Samsung s9?
Compared with HTC, Samsung S9 has higher configuration and more useful features:
* Camera: it has a rear camera of 12 megapixels and a front camera of 8 megapixels.
* Operating system: Samsung S9 is running on Android 8.0 and it has 1.7GHz octa-core operating system.
* Storage space: the device has 64GB internal memory and 4GB RAM.
* Other features: wireless charging, facial recognition, heart-rate monitor, water resistance, dust proof and so on.
In a word, users can get many benefits from Samsung S9. But before you enjoy this new device, you need to transfer data from HTC to Samsung S9 then you can continue to use the files as usual. And to help you perform the syncing process more smoothly, we would like to introduce you 3 easy ways:
You can select one of them to move the wanted files from HTC to Samsung S9 easily. Now let's learn these three methods one by one!
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Step 1. Download and install the software on your computer and launch it. Then you see an interface as below. Just use 2 USB cables to connect your HTC and Samsung phones to the computer.
Step 2. When two mobile phones are connected, they will be listed in the left and right panel respectively. And in the middle panel, you can see the file types that are supported to transfer. Here, you need to ensure whether the source device is HTC phone. If not, you can click "Flip" to simply switch their positions.
Step 3. Then you can mark the wanted categories like Contacts, Videos, Photos, Music, etc. in the middle menu and tap on "Start Copy" to transfer the selected files.
Samsung itself also provides a phone application- Smart Switch to help users make phone data transfer. If you use it in this case, it will detect the data on your HTC phone automatically and then make arrangement to transfer the data to Samsung S9. In addition, you can use it to transfer all your information, multimedia files and applications between two devices without any cost.
The detailed steps to move HTC files to Samsung S9 are as below:
Step 1. Go to Google Play Store to download and install Smart Switch on both your HTC phone and Samsung S9.
Step 2. Next, you need to connect two mobile phones via Wi-fi or USB adapter.
Step 3. Once the connection is established, you need to select HTC as the sending device and Galaxy S9 as the receiving one. After that, you can tick the files that you wish to transfer and press SEND to start the moving process.
Some users may not like to install any third-party software on their computer or mobile phones. Then in this case, you can choose to sync the files via Bluetooth. But this operation won't be as easy as the first two means- you need to pair two devices via Bluetooth and keep them connected during the moving process or it would fail. The followings are the details for your reference:
Step 1. At first, you need to turn on the Bluetooth feature on both your HTC and Samsung S9 in Settings and pair two devices.
Step 2. Then you need to go to the Application that contains the files you want to sync. Let's take contacts as an example here. You can tap on Contacts on your HTC phone and click more> Send contacts.
Step 3. Next, you need to choose the wanted contacts and hit SEND. After that, a window will pop up and ask you to Send contacts by Bluetooth, Mail, SMS or MMS. Just select Send contacts by Bluetooth here.
Step 4. After that, you need to set Samsung S9 as the receiving device. And on Samsung S9, a notification would appear to ask you to accept the VCF file. When the file is successfully received, you can drag the notification panel down from your screen and check files received and tap the file to open it.