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Mark Peters : June 26th 2017 - 10:30 CET

Samsung Smart Switch transfers content to new phone

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SamsungSamsung launches Smart Switch content transfer service : Upgrade your new Galaxy smartphone with Smart Switch content transfer solution. Samsung announces Smart Switch service to transfer important content from any mobile phone to any new Galaxy smartphone. There may be over a billion smartphones buzzing in pockets around the world, but not one of them is like yours. Although we choose from a similar range of models, the reality is that every phone is unique to us as individuals. We pour ourselves into them with apps that simplify our lives, as well as our own memories in the form of photos, videos, music and more. Buying a new device sometimes generates a fear of losing cherished moments on an old phone - but that shouldn’t force us to choose between state-of-the-art design or keeping our memories.
Samsung Smart Switch

Samsung Smart Switch
We need a solution that lets us upgrade while preserving our most important content. Samsung Smart Switch ensures all your cherished digital memories carry over to your new smartphone, so you can focus on making new ones. This new service allows you to transfer important content from any smartphone or operating system to any other Galaxy phone including the new Galaxy S8 devices.

Today, our Galaxy smartphones double as cameras, entertainment hubs, personal computers and much more. They’re the first thing we reach for in the morning and the last thing we interact with at night - ever-present assistants that, along with streamlining work and daily life, allow us to keep the content that matters most on hand.

The amount of data we depend on our devices to manage throughout the day can make the idea of upgrading to a new device seem daunting. From that impressive meal you made to a beautiful flower in spring, every memory is a vital part of who you are, and the risk of losing a single one may be enough to put pause in your decision.

Not with Samsung Smart Switch. The mobile and PC app allows you to instantly make your new Galaxy smartphone more convenient and familiar by seamlessly transferring your photos, videos, contacts, music and more.

That means your carefully curated road trip playlist will make the journey, as will your meticulously planned calendar, work contacts, text messages, go-to apps and even those cherished holiday photos with your family. Key moments in your life will be preserved and transferred with ease and without burdening you with the worry of how to make sure they’re safe.

Smart Switch

Restoring content on a new Galaxy phone
Whether you’re upgrading from an Android, iOS, Windows Mobile or BlackBerry device, Smart Switch ensures that you’ll be up and running with your new Galaxy phone in no time.

Getting started is easy - simply choose which of the three convenient transfer options works for you. You may transfer content directly between your Wi-Fi-connected phones via the Smart Switch Mobile app, tether your old and new devices via USB, or utilize Smart Switch’s seamless computer software.

The software option allows backup using a personal computer. The intuitive interface makes restoring content on a new Galaxy phone swift and easy, and provides a simple means for you to conduct firmware updates and back up your new device.

After you’ve established a connection with your new phone via one of the options above, Smart Switch will walk you through selecting the content you’d like to save and initiate a speedy transfer. Once completed, your new device will have the look and feel you’ve grown accustomed to and you’ll be ready to take full advantage of the Galaxy family’s best-in-class technology and services.

Samsung Smart Switch Galaxy S8

Transfer content to the Galaxy S8
Those who use Smart Switch to upgrade to the new Galaxy S8 or S8+ will find that Samsung’s latest flagships make managing important data and preserving digital memories even more intuitive. Our services are designed to seamlessly flow between hardware and software, making use of our expertise to deliver the best experience for you.

Smart Switch makes full use of this integration of hardware and software. Paired with Samsung Knox, our defense-grade security software, and a diverse range of biometric authentication options available with the Galaxy S8 or S8+, Samsung ensures that your content remains secure throughout the entire transfer process.

Don’t let the fear of losing cherished memories hold you back. Upgrade your mobile experience and preserve the content that matters most to you with Smart Switch and the Galaxy S8 smartphone series.

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