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Posted by Aimee , Feb 08, 2017
I have a Samsung Galaxy S7 and a new iPad, I love them, but sometimes I can't take both two devices with me all the time. So for my convenience, I had better sync photos from Samsung Galaxy to my iPad, which has a bigger screen and higher resolution to provide me a better experience to enjoy my precious photographs. Does that mean I have to transfer all pictures one by one? No, it's quite annoying for me indeed. Is there an app can help me?
Yes of course, Mobile Transfer, a cross-platform tool, which allows you to transfer all your photos from Samsung Galaxy to iPad directly and quickly. For more feature about this software, please go ahead and check it out.
In this part, we will show you three steps about how to use Mobile Transfer. At the beginning, please download and install Mobile Transfer on your PC. This tool will enable you to transfer photos from Samsung to iPad with simple clicks. Now please follow the steps below:
Step 1: Run Mobile Transfer
After launching the software, you will see that there are four modes on the interface for you to choose. Click the biggest rectangle, "Phone to Phone Transfer".
Step 2: Connect Samsung Galaxy and iPad to same PC via USB cables
Now what you need to do is plug one end of the cord into the USB port of your PC while the other one into the dock connector of the mobiles. In this section, please first do it with Samsung and then iPad so that the former one can be detected as a "Source device".
Tip: If you don't operate it in this order, just press "Flip" to change the positions according to your need.
Step 3: Select Samsung Pictures then Move them to iPad
As you can see below, the number of the detected records will be displayed in the middle of the interface. When the words are gray, it means there is no such thing in Samsung Galaxy. Now you can tick "Photos" and then click "Start Copy" to begin copying. When the process gets completed, press "OK".
One thing deserves to be mentioned is that it's optional to clear the "Destination Device", but meanwhile, please don't forget to do an iPad backup before you decide to do so.
That is how to transfer photos from Samsung to iPad. Now you can tap photos on your iPad screen to check them out. Handy and mighty, so why not just download it now?