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How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy

By Avery Pacheco, 24/02/2014, updated on 16/04/2019

I once thought that there is no direct way to copy pictures from my iPhone 7 to my Samsung phone. So I did it in this way: I used iTunes to back up the iPhone and then chose to sync contacts with Google Contacts. Back then, it seemed to me pretty simply. Because all I did were just importing the data to the computer and moving them into my Android device. But, recently, I get to know an even better way to do this—iPhone to Android Transfer.

Just as its name implies, Mobile Transfer can be utilized as a tool to transfer photos from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy, which are based on Android. By photos, I mean both the ones from Camera Roll and iPhone Library. Besides, it is totally safe without ruining the original photographs in iPhone or iPad Air.

Now follow me and try this direct way.

A Tutorial to Transmit iPhone Pictures to Samsung

iPhone to Android Transfer works not only on photos but also contacts, messages and so on.

Step 1. Open iPhone to Android Transfer

Setting up the software is the first thing we should do. Next, launch it and you will see this beautiful interface. On the left side, the blue section will be chosen. When you have done it with 'Phone to Phone Transfer", the newly-opened window is somewhat like the second screenshot below.

Transfer iPhone Photos to Samsung Galaxy

Transmit Photos from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy

Note: iTunes is needed to work with iPhone to Android Transfer.

Step 2. Get iPhone 7 and Galaxy Note 7 Connected

Use two USB cords to plug the phones into the computer. You can forget about the order and later make use of the button 'Flip" to switch the place of the 'Source Phone" and the 'Destination Phone". Anyway, your iPhone should be on the left.

Copy Pictures from iPhone to Samsung

Note: If you want to clear the data in your Samsung phone, check the box in the lower right corner. But, please remember to do a backup file. When you have wiped the files without doing this, try Samsung Data Recovery.

Step 3. Tick 'Photos" and Start to Copy iPhone Data

In the fifth place, check the item that you want to save in Note 3. Make sure that you have done exactly as the last steps told, and click 'Start Copy". The bar will show how many have been transferred.

Move iPhone Photographs to Samsung Galaxy

Press "OK" when all is finished.

It really saves a lot of time transmitting the important information. Guess you will be impressed by this software. So, why not enjoy the convenience brought by Mobile Transfer.