Yesterday, I heard about a problem of buying a new phone at the reunion. My friend Jane is going to buy a Samsung S8 Edge.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Edge has a 6.2 inch screen, using a hyperbolic screen, equipped with 2K resolution Super AMOLED screen. In addition, it uses Qualcomm snapdragon 835 processor. Battery capacity is 3750mAh, support iris scanner, S Pen and new AI assistant—Bixby functions.
I also think that this phone is very good. However, if I can transfer the Photos and Videos in my HTC phone to Samsung S8 Edge, it will be perfect. And Jane is also hoping to transfer his LG phone photos to the new phone. However, can HTC or LG Photos and Videos be transferred to Samsung S8 Edge?
MobileTrans can provide you with a quick way to transfer data between phones. It allows you to transfer photos and videos from HTC or LG to Samsung S8 Edge. This is possible as long as you use it. The software also supports the transfer of contacts, SMS, calendar, call history, app and other documents. And MobileTrans can not only be used for HTC, LG and Samsung phones, iPhone, HUAWEI, ZTE, Oppo and other phones can also be used. Once you use MobileTrans, you will get a faster, more secure and more comprehensive data transfer.
Step 1. Run MobileTrans
Download and install MobileTrans, you can click on the “download” button. Then, run it, click “Phone To Phone Transfer”.
Step 2. Connect the phones to the computer
Use the USB cable to connect your phones to your computer. When the phone is successfully connected, the desktop will display two phone screen. You need to make Samsung S8 Edge display on the right side as the destination phone, you can use “Flip” to do it.
Step 3. Transfer photos and videos to Samsung S8 Edge
Finally, there are some items you can transfer between the two phones. By default, all items are checked. If you just want to transfer photos and videos, then you should cancel check the other items and then click “Start Transfer”.
PS: if you want to get a smooth transition, then the connection between the two phones and computers is continuous during the transferring process.
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