How To Transfer Content / Content Transfer App Samsung Galaxy S9 / Android Smartphone

Underneath We’ll Get Into A Portion Of Arrangements on How To Transfer Content / Content Transfer App Samsung Galaxy S9 / Android Smartphone:

The Samsung Galaxy S9 makes it one stride further. The most extreme screen resolution on the Samsung Galaxy S9 is 2,960×1,440 pixels (otherwise called WQHD+). You have the freedom to modify the resolution of your phone screen, to preserve battery life. The screen resolution can be brought down to 1,480×720 pixels, which still falls under the HD classification.

The new Samsung Galaxy S9 device has not had any outline upgrades from its predecessors. Your fresh out of the plastic new Samsung Galaxy S9 will convey a similar edge to edge innovation with WQHD+ super AMOLED Infinity displays.

The back panel has had a few changes made. A finger sensor has been placed beneath the camera. The Samsung Galaxy S9 accompanies another Intelligent Scan Technology. It comprises of a bio-metric feature that makes utilization of your face and iris to open / unlock the phone. This should likewise be possible in testing lighting conditions like in entire haziness or even under serious daylight. This could turn out to be a distinct advantage of the smartphone.

Any contacts or media backed up to any Cloud service (e.g., Verizon Cloud, iCloud, Google Drive, etc.) are not transferred by the Content Transfer app and need to be restored to the device using the same service. The Content Transfer app only transfers contacts, media, etc. to the new device that haven’t already been backed up to a cloud service.

Transfer Content Process:

From the Old Device
The old phone contains the desired media files.

To the New Device
The new phone is where media files are going to.

Transferring to or from an iPhone
Refer to Transfer Content – Content Transfer App – iPhone for further assistance.

Old Device transfer process

While in the Content Transfer app on both phones, tap Start Transfer.
Tap Start Transfer
To give the appropriate permissions tap Allow:
Access photos, media and files
Access contacts
Access to make and manage phone calls
Access to send and view SMS messages
Access the calendar
Access the device’s location
Tap Allow
Tap Start Transfer.
Tap Start Transfer
Tap This is my old phone then tap Next.
Tap Next
If presented with a Wi-Fi disconnect screen, tap I Understand.
Tap I Understand
Tap an option then tap Next.
Android to Android
Android to iPhone
Tap Next
If prompted with a default messaging screen, tap OK.
Tap OK
Tap Yes.
Tap Yes
Using the old device, scan the QR code that is displayed on the new device.
Note If a phone name doesn’t appear or you’re using an older phone connect via Wi-Fi.
Scan the QR Code
Select the desired media to transfer to the new phone then tap Transfer.
Note Selected when a check mark is present.
Contacts
Photos
Videos
Calendars
Audio
Messages
Call Logs
Documents
Apps
Tap Transfer
When the transfer is finished, tap Done.
Tap Done

For additional info on backing up or transferring media content, refer to Transfer Contacts & Other Content Between Devices.

 

New Device Transfer Process

While in the Content Transfer app on both phones, tap Start Transfer.
Tap Start Transfer
Tap This is my new phone then tap Next.
Tap Next
If presented with a Wi-Fi disconnect screen, tap I Understand.
Tap I Understand
Tap an option then tap Next.
Android to Android
Android to iPhone
Tap Next
If prompted with a default messaging screen, tap OK/Yes.
Tap OK
If prompted to change the messaging app, tap Yes.
Tap Yes
Place the old phone over the new phone to scan the QR code that is displayed on the new device.
Note If a phone name doesn’t appear or you’re using an older phone connect via Wi-Fi:
Scan the QR Code
If presented with an invitation to connect to the old device, tap Connect/Accept.
Tap Connect
Tap Done.
Tap Done

Transfer Content from the Old Device Using Wi-Fi

Tap Manual Setup.
Tap Manual Setup
If prompted to connect the devices manually, tap OK.
Tap OK
Tap Start transfer.
Tap Start Transfer
Tap This is my old phone then tap Next.
Tap Next
If presented with a Wi-Fi disconnect screen, tap I Understand.
Tap I Understand
Tap an option then tap Next.
Android to Android
Android to iPhone
Tap Next
If prompted with a default messaging screen, tap OK.
Tap OK
Tap Yes.
Tap Yes
Tap I don’t see my phone then tap Next.
Tap Next
Tap Wi-Fi settings.
Tap Wi-Fi Settings
Select a Wi-Fi network, if prompted tap Connect,then tap Next.
Tap Next
Verify the phones are on the same Wi-Fi network then tap Next.
Tap Next
Enter the code displayed on the new device, tap Done the tap Next.
Tap Next
Select the desired media to transfer to the new phone then tap Transfer.
Note Selected when a check mark is present.
Contacts
Photos
Videos
Calendars
Audio
Messages
Call Logs
Documents
Apps
Tap Transfer
Tap Done.
Tap Done

For additional info on backing up or transferring media content, refer to Transfer Contacts & Other Content Between Devices.

 

Transfer to the New Device Using Wi-Fi

Tap Manual Setup.
Tap Manual Setup
If prompted to connect the devices manually, tap OK.
Tap OK
Tap Start transfer.
Tap Start Transfer
Tap This is my new phone then tap Next.
Tap Next
If presented with a Wi-Fi disconnect screen, tap I Understand.
Tap I Understand
Tap an option then tap Next.
Android to Android
Android to iPhone
Tap Next
If prompted with a default messaging screen, tap OK.
Tap OK
If prompted to change the messaging app, tap Yes.
Tap Yes
Tap I don’t see it.
Tap I Don
Tap Wi-Fi settings (located at the bottom).
Tap Wi-Fi Settings
Tap the appropriate Wi-Fi network. If prompted, enter the Wi-Fi network password then tap Join/Connect.
Tap Join or Connect
Tap Next.
Note If using an iPhone, tap the back arrow to return to Content Transfer (located upper-left).
Tap Next
Verify the phones are on the same Wi-Fi network then tap Next.
Tap Next
Enter the code from the new phone into the old phone.
View the Code
If prompted to change your default messaging app, tap OK.
Tap Done.

 

 

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