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if you are the one who are tired of the iOS devices and want to change a new taste to Samsung Galaxy S7 (edge), you must wonder how to transfer data from iTunes to Samsung Galaxy S7 since there are many important contacts, songs, pictures, videos, text messages backup files which still stored on the iTunes. What's more, the Galaxy S7(Edge) has only 4GB for internal storage, which is obviously not big enought for your iTunes music library with hundreds tracks. Hence, here we are going to shows your how to transfer iTunes backup files, including iTunes music library, contacts, photos, etc, to SD card on Samsung Galaxy S7 (edge).
Since iTunes won't detect Android device, to transfer contacts from iTunes to Android, you need a third-party tool for help. Here, I recommend Syncios Data Transfer, a professional iTunes to Android synchronizer. The program makes it extremely easy to transfer all iTunes backup files ( music, video, photos, messages, contacts, call logs and bookmarks) to Android in 1 click.
Note: This software fully supports over 2,000 Android devices, including Samsung, Google, LG, HTC, Motorola, Sony, ZTE, HUAWEI, and more. Besides, it's compatible with Android 3.0 to Android 9.0 and later.
To get started, you'll need to install Syncios Data Transfer on your Windows/Mac PC. Once the software is installed and running, with your Samsung Galaxy S7 connected to your computer, navigate to Restore by clicking 'Start' button on lower-right.
Your GS7 should be detected and recognized by Syncios program automatically. Also, the Syncios.apk will be installed on your device simultaneously. If you failed to install the app, please change the security setting on your phone, see FAQ>>
On your device, click Samsung > My File> All. Then, select "anySyncDroid" (folder), and move it to SD card. （you are able to select folder or move folder by clicking the Menu button on lower-left corner)
Note: You might fail to move the "anySyncDroid" folder to SD card because of the "INCORRECT FILE FORMAT " , eg. *.tmp （temporary files）, or the file name containing special characters (？%#！*). To successfully move "anySyncDroid" to SD card, please delete those files manually.
On your computer, you are able to select previous iTuens backup from the left and check Contacts on middle checkbox. Then, tap on Start Copy. The program supports syncing music library, video, contacts, call logs, text messages, photos, bookmarks from iTunes backup to SD card on Samsung Galaxy S7.
Step 4 : A progress bar will pop out. After a while all of your cotnacts would be copied on the SD card on Samsung from iTunes.
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