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How to Transfer Data from iPad to Samsung

As for tablet, you might have already known that there are two popular platforms: Android and iOS. iPad is one that runs on iOS system, you might well easily think of an Android tablet like Samsung Galaxy Note. It is common that people want to try out both devices, or switch from one to the other. But you definitely don’t want to start with a blank tablet without the files you favor. What do you do? Is there an app that can automatically transfer all the data with one click?

Yes, one of this kind of tools is Mobile Transfer. Mobile Transfer is a powerful software that works on multiple mobile platforms. It can transfer photos, music and videos cross platform. To transfer such data between iPad/iPhone/iPad and Android phone/tablet would not be a problem at all.

Download the free trial version of mobile Transfer and get started with Android and iOS transfer.

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Step 1: Connect both devices to your PC or Mac via USB at the same time

Install and run the program. Click "Phone to Phone Transfer" mode to go on.

Note: iTunes pre-installation required, but you don’t have to run iTunes during this process.

Step 2: Transfer files from iPad to Samsung

Make sure the "Destination" device should be your iPad, you can change device position by clicking "Flip" button.

To transfer all contents (Photos, Music, videos) to Samsung, check all boxes in the "Content" column, then click "Start Copy".

To transfer certain contents only, simply mark the content you want to "Start Copy".

You won’t miss this two-step guide. Mobile Transfer is also compatible with Symbian apart from Android and iOS. Most of these devices are supported to transfer data in between. Download Mobile Transfer now to eliminate such trouble on phone data transfer.

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