Samsung Smart Switch Mobile

Samsung Smart Switch Mobile

1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads

Add this app to your lists
View bigger - Samsung Smart Switch Mobile for Android screenshot
View bigger - Samsung Smart Switch Mobile for Android screenshot
View bigger - Samsung Smart Switch Mobile for Android screenshot
View bigger - Samsung Smart Switch Mobile for Android screenshot
The easy way to transfer content to your new Samsung Galaxy®.

Switching to the latest Samsung Galaxy® device has never been simpler—or smarter. Now you have the freedom to wirelessly move your contacts, photos, calendar, text messages, device settings and more to your new Galaxy device. Plus, Smart Switch™ helps you find your favorite apps for your new device, or will suggest something similar from more than 700,000 apps on Google Play™.

Transferring from iPhone:

iCloud®: Smart Switch Mobile supports wireless content transfer directly from iCloud. To transfer, make sure to back up to iCloud on your iOS® device (4.2.1 and higher) and then log-in to iCloud on the Smart Switch Mobile app using your Apple ID.

Content transfer options via iCloud include contacts, calendar, photos, memos, call logs, alarms, bookmarks and Wi-Fi settings [note: music and video transfer is supported via iTunes®].

iTunes: Don’t have an iCloud account or want to transfer message, music and video? Use Smart Switch PC/Mac to transfer content via iTunes. For more details and to download the software, please visit

IMPORTANT NOTE: Remember to turn off iMessage® on all iOS devices tied to your Apple ID to avoid any disruptions of your text messages.

Transferring from Android devices:

Android to Galaxy transfer works by pairing your old Galaxy or other Android with your new Galaxy through an audio signal and transferring content directly device-to-device (see supported devices below). Please follow these steps:

1.Download Smart Switch Mobile on both devices
2.Bring the devices within 10cm (4 inches) of each other
3.Open Smart Switch Mobile on both devices and select “Android to Galaxy”
4.Select content and press “Transfer” on the old device
5.Hit “OK” to accept content from the old device

Content transfer options for Android to Galaxy includes contacts, calendar, S-Note(S-Memo), text messages, pictures, music, videos, documents, call log, wallpaper, lock screens, alarms, Story Album, Wi-Fi.

Smart Switch Mobile Supported Devices:

Hardware : Galaxy S5, S2, S2-HD, S3, S3-mini, S4, S4-mini, S4-Zoom, S4-Active, Galaxy Win, R style, Premier, Grand, Express, Express2, Mega, Round, Golden, ACE3, Galaxy Note 1, Note 2, Note 3, Note 8.0, Note 10.1, Galaxy Tab 3(7`,8`,10`), Galaxy Tab 2(10`)
Software : upper Android OS ICS(4.0)
(For Galaxy S2, old OS(GB/ICS) version can causes incompatibility. If your S2 does not work properly, please try after firmware update.)

:Unsupported field
Contact - Ringtone, Message alert, Vibration pattern
Schedule - Sticker, S-Memo, Image, Alarm, Group
: MMS cannot be transferred depending on devices.
: Local Data Only
(Google & Samsung Account data cannot be transferred.)

Transferring from Blackberry® and Symbian™:

Smart Switch PC/Mac software supports content transfer via PC/Mac backup software provided by your device’s manufacturer. Requires Blackberry 6.0 or higher or Nokia® Series 40 and Symbian 6.0. To download and for more details, please visit

Tags: samsung smart switch, smart switch mobile, samsung smart switch mobile, como capturo una imagen en laen el galaxy 4, smart switch samsung, galaxy s2 smart switch, smartswitch para galaxy 4, samsung smart switch software, smart switch widget, samsung smart switch mobile programa.

Recently changed in this version

New Feature - Transfer via SD Card
Bug fixes

Comments and ratings for Samsung Smart Switch Mobile
  • (67 stars)

    by Vinny Duke on 15/09/2014

    Had some issues at first, but then I found out the problem was with iCloud and not this app. That's not a surprise. Smart app to make the big switch!

  • (67 stars)

    by Dave Liljengren on 15/09/2014

    When I log in with my icloud info it just says "failed to import data from icloud" and goes back to login

  • (67 stars)

    by Joe Hirst on 15/09/2014

    Recently moved from iPhone to Android on my Galaxy S5 Active. This app did okay. Had issues with the Android version not transferring my data correctly, but the desktop/mac application seemed to work better. Data transfer took about three hours due to THIS app not working properly and crashing or freezing every time I tried to download my icloud backup to my new phone. I would personally recommen

  • (67 stars)

    by thomas james Nguyen on 15/09/2014

    Very easy to do

  • (67 stars)

    by Reshma Pendleton on 15/09/2014

  • (67 stars)

    by Rich Cassella on 14/09/2014

    Works great for sure

  • (67 stars)

    by O Mitch on 14/09/2014

    Great app I use it to download music on my phone then switch it over to my tablet because all music apps for phones aren't available in tablet version