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How to transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7?

Published on 08 August 16
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which Samsung unveiled on August 2th in New York, coming with new iris scanner and an improved S Pen. It shares the same number 7 with Samsung Galaxy S7 /S7 Edge, they are almost hardware twins, however, what makes the difference is that Samsung note 7 ships with the most goods, and the Note's gliding stylus and extra writing, drawing and navigation tools give it all the things. Galaxy Note 7 also upgrades much from its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5(yes, there is no Samsung Galaxy Note6), here's what the Note 7 has that the Note 5 doesn't:
  • Curved screens (sharper, less sloping than the S7 Edge)
  • Iris scanner to unlock the phone with your eyes
  • Gorilla Glass 5 screen (the first phone with Corning's new screen tech)
  • More sensitive, accurate S Pen stylus
  • Stylus won't get stuck if you jam it in backwards
  • More sensitive, accurate S Pen stylus
  • Water-resistant phone body and S Pen
  • MicroSD card slot (like the S7 phones)
  • Larger battery (3,500 mAh versus Note 5's 3,000 mAh)
  • Coral Blue color choice (it's great)
How to transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7? - Image 1
If you are a Note addict and already have a Note 5, the above reason may lead you upgrade to the newcomer. To some extent, I bet you need to sync your old Note 5 data to the new Note 7 when you truly upgrade to the newest. And here are two methods to help you easily achieve that.

  • There are two forms of Samsung Smart Switch: the PC version (Smart Switch) and the device version (Smart Switch Mobile) to help you move data from your old device to your new Galaxy device quickly and easily.
  • Download Smart Switch Mobile from either Galaxy Apps or Google Play. In either app store, search for 'Smart Switch', install the Smart Switch Mobile app on your device. and just need a few taps to transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7.
  • Place your two Note close together (within 8 inches) and run the app on both. Then, on the old device, select "Android Device", "Start", "Connect", which allows you to send the personal data you’ve saved on your old Galaxy note 5 to the new Galaxy note 7.
  • How to transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7? - Image 2

    Step 1.Connect both Note 5 and Note 7 to computer and run Samsung Data Transfer Program

    • Download and install Samsung Data Transfer Program on your computer before transferring data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7.
    • Connect both of your Galaxy Note 5 and Note 7 to computer and run Samsung Data Transfer Program.
    • Click on "Start" button under Phone to Phone Transfer" module.
    How to transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7? - Image 3

    Step 2: Transfer Data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7

    Select the contents you'd like to synced to your new Galaxy Note 7 after connecting both of your smartphones to the computer.

    Press the blue button "Start Copy" after ticking off all the contents you like to backup. After a while, all of the data will be transferred to your new Galaxy Note 7.

    Note: Please ensure that both of your phones were connected well with the computer in case of unknown error occured.
    How to transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7? - Image 4
    The Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which Samsung unveiled on August 2th in New York, coming with new iris scanner and an improved S Pen. It shares the same number 7 with Samsung Galaxy S7 /S7 Edge, they are almost hardware twins, however, what makes the difference is that Samsung note 7 ships with the most goods, and the Note's gliding stylus and extra writing, drawing and navigation tools give it all the things. Galaxy Note 7 also upgrades much from its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5(yes, there is no Samsung Galaxy Note6), here's what the Note 7 has that the Note 5 doesn't:
    • Curved screens (sharper, less sloping than the S7 Edge)
    • Iris scanner to unlock the phone with your eyes
    • Gorilla Glass 5 screen (the first phone with Corning's new screen tech)
    • More sensitive, accurate S Pen stylus
    • Stylus won't get stuck if you jam it in backwards
    • More sensitive, accurate S Pen stylus
    • Water-resistant phone body and S Pen
    • MicroSD card slot (like the S7 phones)
    • Larger battery (3,500 mAh versus Note 5's 3,000 mAh)
    • Coral Blue color choice (it's great)


    How to transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7? - Image 1

    If you are a Note addict and already have a Note 5, the above reason may lead you upgrade to the newcomer. To some extent, I bet you need to sync your old Note 5 data to the new Note 7 when you truly upgrade to the newest. And here are two methods to help you easily achieve that.

    Solution 1:Transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7 via Samsung Smart Switch

  • There are two forms of Samsung Smart Switch: the PC version (Smart Switch) and the device version (Smart Switch Mobile) to help you move data from your old device to your new Galaxy device quickly and easily.
  • Download Smart Switch Mobile from either Galaxy Apps or Google Play. In either app store, search for 'Smart Switch', install the Smart Switch Mobile app on your device. and just need a few taps to transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7.
  • Place your two Note close together (within 8 inches) and run the app on both. Then, on the old device, select "Android Device", "Start", "Connect", which allows you to send the personal data you’ve saved on your old Galaxy note 5 to the new Galaxy note 7.


  • How to transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7? - Image 2

    Solution 2:Transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7 by One-Click

    Step 1.Connect both Note 5 and Note 7 to computer and run Samsung Data Transfer Program

    • Download and install Samsung Data Transfer Program on your computer before transferring data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7.
    • Connect both of your Galaxy Note 5 and Note 7 to computer and run Samsung Data Transfer Program.
    • Click on "Start" button under Phone to Phone Transfer" module.


    How to transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7? - Image 3

    Step 2: Transfer Data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7

    Select the contents you'd like to synced to your new Galaxy Note 7 after connecting both of your smartphones to the computer.

    Press the blue button "Start Copy" after ticking off all the contents you like to backup. After a while, all of the data will be transferred to your new Galaxy Note 7.

    Note: Please ensure that both of your phones were connected well with the computer in case of unknown error occured.

    How to transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7? - Image 4

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    1. 09 November 17
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      How to transfer data from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy Note 7? The easy way is using mobile phone transfer program. https://www.android-mobile-manager.com/phone-transfer/transfer-files-from-samsung-to-samsung.html

    2. 29 August 16
      0

      Transfer, backup & restore everything on Galaxy Note 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VFct1jW5MY

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