How to Transfer Contacts, Messages, Photos between Samsung  Galaxy and iPhone 7/7Plus

iPhone 7/7Plus and Samsung Galaxy S7 are two of the most popular devices in the mobile market today. In case you own these two devices with varying operating systems, transferring files from one of these devices to another requires the use of a suitable program. Being unable to transfer critical and essential information from one device to another one can be rather frustrating, especially if you are shifting from your current phone, which has all the files that you need, to a new one that will be your new primary communication device.

If you need to transfer messages, photos, and other files and information between LG and Samsung Galaxy S7, do you know how to do it? In this guide, we will help you learn how to transfer files from one device to another with different operating systems.

The Program on How to Transfer Contacts, Messages, Photos Between Samsung Galaxy S7 and iPhone 7/7Plus


Mobiledic Phone Transfer tool is a simple program that enables you to move data across varied platforms. You can transfer messages, photos, videos, contacts, and files between different operating systems, which is the case with LG and Samsung Galaxy S7. This program has extensive compatibility with major mobile providers including Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint. Aside fro LG and Samsung, this program is ideal for use with Google, Sony, HUWAEI, HTC, Apple, ZTE, Motorola, and other brands of tablets, smartphones, and other devices.  For messages transfer, read this article to learn how to transfer messages from Samsung Galaxy to iPhone 7, it works fine, easy and fast.


Using the Mobiledic Phone Transfer Phone Transferring tool is very easy to use. You do not need any technical know-how just to operate this program. In just three simple steps. It is also safe and reliable to use. In fact, you can try this tool for free within 30 days. You are provided with 100% security in using this tool since only you will be the one who can access your data. You will not risk data loss on the transfer process as well. No file will be overwritten but you can choose to delete files before transfer. One of the best features of Phone Transfer is its capability to be used as a tool of creating a backup of your data and files using a third device.

As for the transfer speed, it only takes 5 up to 30 minutes to transfer all of your files. This is an incredibly fast rate if you compare it to mobile carriers’ rates that average at 2 days to transfer 1000 messages and 100 contacts to another device. While phone retailers only take about a day to do so, it is still long when compared to the time it takes when you use Phone Transfer. Transferring data from Android to iPhone is so easy and no data loss.


The Bottom Line

Mobiledic Phone Transfer is a fast, secure, and efficient way of transferring data from one device to another with a different operating system. It saves you hassle and time that you would have otherwise expended with phone retailers and mobile carriers. If you have any questions or concerns about this guide, please contact us through email or communicate your thoughts by commenting on the designated section for readers. We will be glad to know your thoughts about this.


Samsung Galaxy Tab A is cheap, but not that cheerful

Want a tablet for you to enjoy some Netflix on the sofa, but is cheap enough that you don’t mind you kids playing with it when you’re all on holiday? Don’t risk getting your pricey new iPad smothered in cake, take a look instead at the new Samsung Galaxy Tab A.

Although Samsung has yet to set a price for the UK, the slate has already gone on sale in the US for $300, which equates to only £190. Australian prices and availability are not known at the time of writing (about AU$371 converted).

That cheap price tag does come with a a set of compromises however, including a very low screen resolution, and rather uninspiring design.


Design and display

Samsung clearly hasn’t wasted wads of cash on looks for the Tab A, as it has a very plain design. It’s an all-plastic slate, with a plain back panel, broken only by the Samsung logo and camera lens at the top. At 242mm long and 166mm wide, you probably won’t be able to squeeze it into your jeans pocket, but its skinny 7.5mm thickness should let it slide into your backpack next to your books without any trouble.

It’s available in three colours — grey, white and blue, the latter of which adds at least some visual interest. The tablet comes with 16GB of internal storage as standard, but you’ll find a microSD card slot around the side, which lets’ you expand the storage with cards up to 128GB in size.

The 9.7-inch display has a 1,024×768-pixel resolution, which is really very low. That equates to a pixel density of 131 pixels per inch, which is significantly lower than you’ll find even on budget phones. By comparison, even the cheap and cheerful 5-inch Motorola Moto G has a pixel density of 293ppi. On paper the screen doesn’t impress, but I’ll reserve final judgement for the review.


The tablet arrives with the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop software on board, over which Samsung has applied its TouchWiz interface. It comes with features like a kids mode — in case you’re planning on keeping your little ‘uns quiet with some games in the car. Samsung also boasts that it comes with various of preinstalled software. Samsung has a history of filling its devices with a lot of needless clutter, so I’m hoping it hasn’t gone overboard here.

It’s powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, backed up by 1.5GB of RAM. That’s not a powerful engine by any means, but should be sufficient to keep Twitter, Facebook and your web browser ticking along nicely. On the back is a 5-megapixel camera, and there’s a 2-megapixel camera on the front for video calling over Skype or Google Hangouts.

Providing the juice is a 6,000mAh battery, which should hopefully be capacious enough to let you watch a film or two when you’re on a long, unbearably dull plane journey.


With its plain design and poor screen resolution, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A doesn’t impress on paper, but its affordable price does go a long way to making that bitter pill easier to swallow. We’ll be seeing what this slate can really do in the full review soon.

Samsungs launches flagship customer service plaza in Delhi


Samsung today opened its first flagship Customer Service Plaza in Delhi that aims to offer best in class after sales service for Samsung customers. It also has specialized zones for product demonstrations and customer interactions. Each Plaza will have three distinct zones – the Greeting Zone, Consulting Zone and Interactive Repair Zone. This also offers live repairs in front of the customer to ensure complete transparency in terms of repair charges and parts replacement.

Located at Okhla in Delhi, the service plaza is huge at 26,000 sq. ft. After sales service is a huge concern in country like India, where several companies don’t have service centres in all the cities in the country to serve the customers. Samsung has 2,800 service touch points, biggest service network in consumer electronics industry, supported by a network of nearly 50 parts warehouses and 4 world-class training academies, said the company.

The company offers remote support through 3G technology for Smartphones and Smart TVs. It recently introduced pick and drop facility for select flagship Smartphone models. Samsung plans to extend the Flagship Plaza concept to major Indian cities in future.

Speaking at the launch, B.D. Park, President and CEO, Samsung South-West Asia, said

At Samsung, our strengths lie in understanding our customers’ requirements and innovating to meet them continuously. With the launch of our Flagship Customer Service Plaza, we hope to establish an industry benchmark for premium customer service. Our innovative service delivery model will enable us to deliver customer delight at each step and further drive our brand loyalty.

Samsung Galaxy Star 2, Star Advance and Ace NXT officially launched in India, starts at Rs. 5100


Samsung has officially launched the Samsung Galaxy Star 2, Galaxy Star Advance and Galaxy Ace NXTsmartphones in India. The Galaxy Star 2 has a 3.5-inch HVGA display, powered by 1GHz single core processor and has 2-megapixel rear camera. The Galaxy Star Advance has a 4.3-inch WVGA screen, powered by a 1.2 GHz single-core processor and comes with a 3-megapixel rear camera with LED flash. The Galaxy Ace NXT went on sale earlier this month and packs a 4-inch WVGA screen and comes with a similar single-core processor and 3MP rear camera with LED flash as the Star Advance.

All these run on Android 4.4 (KitKat) with Samsung TouchWiz Essence UI. It supports 12 Indian languages including Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Guajarati, Punjabi, Urdu, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, and Assamese.

Commenting on the launch, Asim Warsi, Vice President, Marketing, Mobile & IT at Samsung India said

Samsung is committed to offer the best in technology and innovative products at an affordable price to the consumers. We believe in cutting across language and data cost barriers to ensure every consumer has access to the world of smartphones. Especially created for the Indian market Galaxy Star 2, Galaxy Star Advance and Galaxy Ace NXT have been launched to provide a larger set of consumers with the experience of superior mobile technologies and richer internet experience at an affordable price.

Samsung Galaxy Star 2 specifications

  • 3.5-inch (320×480 pixels) display
  • 1 GHz (SC6815A) single-core processor
  • Android 4.4 (KitKat) OS
  • Dual SIM
  • Dimensions: 109.8 x 59.9 x 11.8mm; Weight 107.6 grams
  • 2MP rear camera
  • 3.5 mm audio jack, FM Radio
  • 512MB RAM, 4GB internal memory, expandable up to 32GB with microSD
  • 2G (EDGE), Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0
  • 1300 mAh battery

Samsung Galaxy Star Advance specifications

  • 4.3-inch (800 x 480 Pixels) LCD capacitive touch screen display
  • 1.2 GHz dual-core processor
  • Android 4.4 (KitKat) OS
  • Dual SIM
  • Dimensions: 130.2 x 67.9 x 9.8 mm; Weight: 138 grams
  • 3MP camera with LED Flash
  • 3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio
  • 512MB RAM, 4GB internal memory, expandable with microSD
  • 3G HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v 4.0, GPS
  • 1800 mAh battery

Samsung Galaxy Ace NXT

  • 4-inch (800 x 480 Pixels) capacitive touch screen display
  • 1.2 GHz dual-core processor
  • Android 4.4 (KitKat) OS
  • Dual SIM
  • Dimensions: 121.4 x 62.9 x 10.7 mm
  • 3MP camera with LED Flash
  • 3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio
  • 512MB RAM, 4GB internal memory, expandable with microSD
  • 3G HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v 4.0, GPS
  • 1500 mAh battery

The Samsung Galaxy Star 2 comes in White and Grey colours and is priced at Rs. 5,100. Both the Samsung Galaxy Star Advance and Galaxy Ace NXT come in Black and White colors and are priced at Rs. 7,400 respectively. These smartphones also come with  200MB of free data per month for Vodafone users for six months.

Samsung Galaxy Alpha to sport a 720p display according to Samsung Developer Console


Samsung Galaxy Alpha leaks just keep on coming our way. We’ve seen it leak in images along with expected specs. What struck us most when it comes to that leak was some talk about a 4.7″ which will allegedly be 720p in resolution, that was really hard to believe. Well, according to Samsung Developer Console, that part is true.

This report comes from SamMobile alongside a screenshot. It sure seems odd and out-of-place, but this device is not supposed to be as high-end as some other devices. Although the leaks are somewhat conflicting, if previous leaks are to be trusted this device is going to have a beastly processor made by Samsung which is supposed to compete with a Snapdragon 805, alongside 3GB of RAM and an aluminum trim around the device. We can’t call this mid-range, now can we. The only black ship thus far is the display, which many people will have a problem with I guess, even though I wouldn’t mind a 720p considering I still use it and don’t feel the need to upgrade.

Samsung Galaxy Star 2 Plus with Android 4.4 listed on official India eStore


Samsung Galaxy Star 2 Plus (SM-G350E), an entry-level smartphone has been listed on the officialSamsung India eStore. It is the same Samsung Galaxy Star Advance smartphone that was said to be launching in India. It has a 4.3-inch (800 x 480 Pixels) display, powered by a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat). It has a 3-megapixel rear camera with LED flash.

It come with dual SIM support, 3G connectivity, 512MB RAM, 4GB of internal storage with microSD expansion slot and has leather-like back cover.

Samsung Galaxy Star 2 Plus specifications

  • 4.3-inch (800 x 480 Pixels) LCD capacitive touch screen display
  • 1.2 GHz dual-core processor
  • Android 4.4 (KitKat) OS
  • Dual SIM
  • Dimensions: 130.2 x 67.9 x 9.8 mm; Weight: 138 grams
  • 3MP camera with LED Flash
  • 3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio
  • 512MB RAM, 4GB internal memory, expandable with microSD
  • 3G HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v 4.0, GPS
  • 1800 mAh battery

The Samsung Galaxy Star 2 Plus comes in Black and White colors and is priced at Rs. 7,335 on the eStore, but it is currently out of stock. Galaxy Star Advance with the same specifications is available onSnapdeal for Rs. 8,267, so it is not clear if Samsung would launch the phone in India as Star 2 Plus or Star Advance.

Samsung Galaxy Core 2 goes on sale in India for Rs. 11900


Samsung Galaxy Core 2 (SM-G355H), the company’s latest mid-range smartphone and the successor of Galaxy Core is now on sale through the official Samsung India eStore, as expected. It packs a 4.5-inch (800 x 480 Pixels) capacitive touch screen display, powered by a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor and runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat) with Samsung TouchWiz Essence UI.

It has a 5-megapixel auto focus rear camera with LED flash and a 0.3-megapixel (VGA) front-facing camera. It comes with dual SIM support, has 3G HSPA+ connectivity, 768MB RAM, 4GB of internal storage with expansion slot and 2000 mAh battery. It has leather-like back cover.

Samsung Galaxy Core 2 specifications

  • 4.5-inch (800 x 480 Pixels) display
  • 1.2 GHz quad-core processor
  • Android 4.4 (KitKat) OS
  • Dual SIM
  • Dimensions: 130.2 x 67.9 x 9.8mm; Weight: 138 grams
  • 5MP rear camera with LED Flash
  • 0.3MP (VGA) front-facing camera
  • 3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio with RDS
  • 768MB RAM, 4 GB internal memory, expandable up to 64GB with microSD
  • 3G HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS + GLONASS
  • 2000 mAh battery

The Samsung Galaxy Core 2 comes in Black and White colors and is priced at Rs. 11,900.

Report: Samsung to launch Galaxy Alpha (AKA Galaxy F, S5 Prime) against iPhone



Samsung will debut its long rumored Galaxy S5 Prime later this fall and take on Apple and it’s next-gen iPhone, reports the Korean media. Slated to arrive in August, the device also known as a Galaxy Alpha, is the aluminum/metal premium we’ve heard about for months. Expected to fill the gap between the Galaxy S and the Galaxy Note lines, it could be part of Samsung’s IFA announcements. We should look for some more concrete details to surface in the coming weeks; Samsung historically hosts its own Unpacked events around the larger conference.

Samsung may hand KNOX Security over to Google, report suggests


During Google I/O, Sundar Pichai surprisingly was heard touting Samsung’s Knox security platform, despite market adoption of the technology sitting at less than 2%.

Samsung is ‘giving’ Knox to Google, who will now take the lead on Android security, and with Knox obtaining US Department of Defence accreditation, it seems a stable foundation for Google to build on for Android security, which has often been the center of focus when it comes to criticising Android.

Google taking on Knox seems perfectly sensible, and it also provides Samsung with some brownie points in a time where their profits are struggling, publicly cementing them as a solid partner with Google.

A recent report by Forbes seems to agree that this is the way it will go, and whilst there are a few questions still left unanswered when it comes to backward compatability and distribution mechanisms, it appears Knox will be the focus for Android security going forward.

Samsung announces pricing for a bunch of recently announced budget Galaxy smartphones


Samsung introduced 4 new Galaxy budget devices yesterday. These devices are running KitKat OS with a TouchWiz Essence UI on top, which is a lightweight version of TouchWiz. They’ll probably target emerging markets.

Samsung didn’t announce pricing for these devices yesterday, but Samsung Netherlands has revealed how much will they cost in the region:

  • Galaxy Ace 4: €219
  • Galaxy Core 2: €179
  • Galaxy Young 2: €99
  • Galaxy Star 2: still unknown, probably something similar to Galaxy Young 2

These prices seem rather hefty. There are better alternatives for less money in our opinion (shout-out to Moto G), at least for some of these devices. What do you think?