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Help me to transfer my photos and contacts from Samsung to computer

By tvollmeriny ·
Tags: Mac, Software
Hello,

Please help me to transfer my photos and contacts from telephone Samsung to cmputer, when i contact my Samsung with computer and begain to transfer my data, it always show failure, do you know why?

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transfer my photos and contacts from Samsung to computer

by renilivermore In reply to Help me to transfer my ph ...

Connect your smartphone using the USB sync cable.On the smartphone, drag the notifications bar down and then tap it. Next tap USB connected,and then Mount.On the computer, click the START button and then select Computer or My Computer. The micro-SD card in your phone will be recognized and listed as a Removable Disk.Double-click this removable disk to open it.From this folder, you can copy all pictures and videos taken with the Digital Camera of your Android smartphone.
If you have an Android already, you probably also have a Google account—or a Gmail account, now the same thing—which will make this quite simple. If you don't have a Gmail account, create one: you'll need it to get the most out of your Android anyway. Once that is set up, go to "Settings" on your old Android phone, then "Accounts," and select "Google." This will give you a list of items to sync, including your calendar and Drive documents. Select "Contacts" and anything else you would like to transfer. Check "Sync Now," and your data will be saved in Google's servers and you can save the files to the computer.
http://www.transphone.net/android-transfer/photos-from-android-to-pc.html
http://www.transphone.net/android-transfer/contacts-from-android-to-pc.html

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Easy way to transfer your data from Samsung to computer

by daniel.archie1985 In reply to Help me to transfer my ph ...

It is easy to transfer files from Android device to computer. But sometimes situations just happen. Transfer failure, scan nothing on device, ect. If you have Data Transfer Tool, you will never feel difficult with data transfer. This tool also can help you transfer data from phone to phone.http://www.imyfone.com/phone-data-transfer/

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Samsung Smart Switch

by salomon234 In reply to Help me to transfer my ph ...

You should use Samsung Smart Switch, read more here http://www.samsung.com/us/smart-switch/

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transfer my photos and contacts from Samsung to computer

by Brayden_Berger In reply to Help me to transfer my ph ...

data cables is necessary. Connect you Phone with computer. And copy paste your photos from Samsung to computer.

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Highly recommend using Mobiledic

by violetteaglennonc In reply to Help me to transfer my ph ...

I highly recommend using Mobiledic Android manager tool, transfer all of your Android data to computer within 3 steps.

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need help to get my photos from Samsung Model SM-G313H to my comuter

by testarosta18 In reply to Help me to transfer my ph ...

I hav enow tried just about everything but simply cannot get my fotos transfered from my phone to my computer. to crown it all I am not that bright with all this technology going crazy

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Transfer pictures between my photos and contacts from Samsung to computer

by Monicadawson123 In reply to Help me to transfer my ph ...

Step 1 Connect to Computer
Download and launch Android Transfer on your computer. Connect your device to desktop with USB cable or QR code. Either way, it's convenient.

connect phone to pc
Once your phone being detected, you can see all the detailed information from the screen.
see phone information via computer

Step 2 Import Photos to Android from Computer
It is always a little confusing to find the file that contains your photos. But with Android Transfer, simply select "Photos" on the left column and there they are. All folders on your Android phone are listed.
Select a folder as import destination then click "Add" icon on the top of the screen. What's next is to choose pictures you want to import from your PC in a pop up window.
transfer photos back to android phone

Step 3 Export Pictures from Android to Computer
Simply choose photos you want to export, and then click the "Export" icon on the top of the screen. Select export destination on the pop up window and Voila! You job was done by just a few clicks!
export photos to phone

Now you can take as many pictures as you want without worries. It also enables you to manage photos in Android phones by adding or deleting those you want. Still don't have a clue of how this works? Feel free to contact us in the comment. If you rather figure it out by yourself, give it a shot.

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Android File Transfer

by Lee.Amir In reply to Help me to transfer my ph ...

I've been using this app. Here are the steps. you can google this too.

Download the app.
Open androidfiletransfer.dmg.
Drag Android File Transfer to Applications.
Use the USB cable that came with your Android device and connect it to your Mac.
Double click Android File Transfer.
Browse the files and folders on your Android device and copy files up to 4GB.

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I use Android File Transfer

by PaulineGreening In reply to Help me to transfer my ph ...

I just copy/paste the guide available via Google, you should be able to search for it too.

How to use it:
*Download the app.
*Open androidfiletransfer.dmg.
*Drag Android File Transfer to Applications.
*Use the USB cable that came with your Android device and connect it to your Mac.
*Double click Android File Transfer.
*Browse the files and folders on your Android device and copy files up to 4GB.

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Cloud option.

by PaulineGreening In reply to Help me to transfer my ph ...

Hey there! Have you tried options through cloud like dropbox or google drive? If connecting your phone to your computer still won't work, you can try this option instead.

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