How to Transfer Data to Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018)

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018)

Every new Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) owner takes care to transfer files from their previous system. No-one wants to lose any saved files from an old smartphone after all. There are various ways the developers of the current model provide to transfer data to Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018). Each one is appropriate for various usage scenarios.

Transferring All Data

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) owners usually store not just photos, music, files, contacts, and other data on their old devices. As such, all data can be transferred in two ways simultaneously.

When You Turn the Phone On for the First Time

Like most devices on the market, Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) is based on the Android operating system. The OS offers Google services integration, which enables you to move data when you first turn on your new device:

  1. Switch Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) on and put your old smartphone close by.
  2. Pick a Wi-Fi network when you first set up your phone (it must match the other device).
  3. Enter the Google account information that were used on the previous device.
  4. Make sure your old device has been properly found by the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018); pick the data you need to transfer and then press Next.
  5. Wait until the operation is complete and accept the Google Terms of Service.

During the original set-up, multimedia files can be transferred to the new phone, and apps start to download after the home screen has been entered. Once the device is switched on, Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) should not be overloaded, and the user should allow 10 to 15 minutes for the entire data transfer.

Google Sync

If you have been using Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) for a while, the transfer can be done in another way, but with Google services synchronization. First, you have to log on to the old device with a valid account and backup through the "Restore and Reset" menu.

The next step is to set up synchronization on Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018):

  1. Open your phone settings.
  2. Go to the "Accounts" section and press "Add account".
  3. Enter your Google account information from your previous device.
  4. Go to your account settings and bring up the dialog.
  5. Confirm the sync.

All data saved on the previous smartphone will be uploaded into Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) automatically. If you have previously synced such data to Google Services you will have access to all files and your contact list.

Memory Card

The transfer operation of data takes only a moment if your old phone supports MicroSD cards, as does Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018). Of course, this method will work for you if you have all the information saved on an external drive previously. Simply install the card into Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) and all the files will be displayed in File Explorer.

PC

Not the best, but still suitable way to transfer files. First of all, you must establish a connection between the old device and your computer. The preferred option is USB.

The phone must appear in the "This PC" application and the user must copy the contents of the inner storage of the device into any folder of the PC. Then it becomes possible for the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) to receive these files from PC to smartphone.

Partial Transfer

Data from another phone can also be partly transmitted to Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018). This is appropriate if the new device has the data already and only contacts, notes or files need to be added.

Contacts

If the user transferred multimedia files to Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) using a memory card, then they will only have to add the list of contacts. To do this, open the application of the same name on your old device, go to Settings and select import.

Contacts can be transferred in various ways. They are, for example, fully transmitted to the SIM card and loaded on a new phone automatically. You can also transfer to your existing Google account by synchronization. If this method is used, Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) must only configure the sync, as shown previously with the complete data transfer.

Multimedia

For those who wish to transfer photos, music and videos from phone to phone, there are many ways to perform the operation:

  • via microSD card;
  • Bluetooth;
  • Wi-Fi (via third party apps like SHAREit);
  • messengers.

Special software is the preferred option. You can send all the data at once or only a few individual files.

Games and Applications

As the Play Market app store is available on Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018), Google Sync is the best way to transfer software. You only have to log into the account on your new smartphone that was used on the old device. Games and apps are then automatically downloaded. You can refer to the help of the ES Explorer application if this method is not suitable for you. You can use Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to transfer software.

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