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transferring photos/music from iphone 4s to galaxy note 8.0

Posted 19 April 2014 - 07:33 AM (#1) User is offline   SamVince 

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With the popularity of Android devices, some friends of mine switch their iphone to a android smartphone. so i went to bought an galaxy note 8.0, but when i got it i find i can do nothing with it just as when i got my iphone 4 first time.

i had a iphone 4s now, and i can sync it with my older iphone 4. but i can not do that with my new note 8.0. i just want to view my photos and video (shot by iphone) on it, how can i do that?

anyone can help me?

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Posted 19 April 2014 - 10:10 AM (#2) User is offline   Bart Laroc 

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View PostSamVince, on 19 April 2014 - 07:33 AM, said:

With the popularity of Android devices, some friends of mine switch their iphone to a android smartphone. so i went to bought an galaxy note 8.0, but when i got it i find i can do nothing with it just as when i got my iphone 4 first time.

i had a iphone 4s now, and i can sync it with my older iphone 4. but i can not do that with my new note 8.0. i just want to view my photos and video (shot by iphone) on it, how can i do that?

anyone can help me?


see if this helps :
How to Transfer Data from iPhone to Android on Windows with Ease :- http://www.phonetran...on-windows.html

or :
How to Switch Data from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy Phone/Tablet on Mac :- http://www.phonetran...one-on-mac.html
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Posted 30 April 2014 - 09:47 AM (#3) User is offline   lazysong 

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in fact, iPhone can not transfer data directly to Android. Someone says that we can transfer data from iPhone to Android or in turn via email, iCloud, even iTunes. but you must backup data from iPhone via iCloud or email on PC. then transfer them to Android via USB. I provide a way to transfer music from iPhone to Android, and U can follow to move other files.
1. Set up iCloud both on iPhone and also laptop. Set up the Windows edition if your PC is with Windows OPERATING-SYSTEM.
2. Start the Synchronize feature of the iCloud in the iPhone options.
3. Sign in the iCloud with the Apple ID on the laptop, and you can to control your iPhone data files at this point.
4. Pick the music in your iPhone and synchronize them in your Computer's iCloud, if you like to put them in selected folders, you’re able to down load the music to your local folder.
5. Transfer music which is on PC to Android Phone via USB.

However, the method above is a bit trouble, you can also try some software to transfer data between iPhone and Android such as Phone Transfer. that also work well..
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Posted 30 April 2014 - 01:37 PM (#4) User is offline   cpfan 

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I'm not an Apple user, so the following may not work.

Can't you just plug the iPhone into a computer and copy the files to the computer? Then plug in the Android device and copy the files there. This gives the added benefit of backup of these files.

In my case, I would plug a new device into my PC, and copy whatever files I wanted to it. I can do this because I regularly backup the files from my 3 androids to the pc.

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Posted 11 April 2016 - 09:02 AM (#5) User is offline   felicae 

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Right now, you can use Samsung Smart Switch to transfer data from other device to samsung smartphone or tablet. it's the recommended way to move data now.
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Posted 26 April 2016 - 12:08 PM (#6) User is offline   akaimi 

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it's always complicated with apple devices



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Posted 30 May 2016 - 06:25 AM (#7) User is offline   Angelo77 

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View Postcpfan, on 30 April 2014 - 01:37 PM, said:

I'm not an Apple user, so the following may not work.

Can't you just plug the iPhone into a computer and copy the files to the computer? Then plug in the Android device and copy the files there. This gives the added benefit of backup of these files.

In my case, I would plug a new device into my PC, and copy whatever files I wanted to it. I can do this because I regularly backup the files from my 3 androids to the pc.

Steve



You would have to get the music onto a computer and then install itunes on your computer, put the music in itunes and sync it over. You MUST use a computer. There is no way to directly transfer media from one phone to another, follow this tutorial to transfer data from iPhone to Android, it works for all types of files like messages, contacts, music, photos, videos.
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