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Switching to Galaxy is seamlessly simple.

Whether you are switching from Android mobiles, Blackberry, Windows Mobile or iOS to Galaxy. Smart Switch makes the move seamless and simple.

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Select the operating system of your current device

To get started select the operating system of the device you are transferring from the compatible options below.

Windows

Transfer using Wireless

Windows store logo
search of samsung smart switch
smart switch disclaimer
receive button in smart switch
windows phone radio button
network name
selecting Wi-Fi
selecting device content
tapping receive
content transferred
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  • Open the Windows store on your Windows device to download the Smart Switch app and get started.
  • Search 'Samsung Smart Switch' to find the app and download it.
  • Read and approve the disclaimer by tapping on the check mark to continue. Follow the prompts to establish a connection with your new Galaxy phone.
  • Open the Smart Switch app on your new Galaxy device. Select 'Wireless' transfer method. Select 'Receive' option to continue.
  • Select 'Windows Phone' option to continue with content items transfer.
  • Scroll down and note the network name and password of your new Galaxy device. You will need this information in the next step. Note that your network name and password will be different from the one shown here.
  • On your Windows device, access your Wi-Fi settings and select the available network from your new Galaxy device. Tap the network name on the Windows device and enter the password specified on your new Galaxy device.
  • Once the connection to your Galaxy device is made, on your old Windows device select the content you want to transfer.
  • On your new Galaxy device, tap 'Receive' to begin the content items transfer.
  • On your new Galaxy device, review the content items that have been transferred successfully from your Windows device.

Transfer your content and settings using wireless option

  1. SCROLL DOWN
  2. Open the Windows store on your Windows device to download the Smart Switch app and get started.
  3. Search 'Samsung Smart Switch' to find the app and download it.
  4. Read and approve the disclaimer by tapping on the check mark to continue. Follow the prompts to establish a connection with your new Galaxy phone.
  5. Open the Smart Switch app on your new Galaxy device. Select 'Wireless' transfer method. Select 'Receive' option to continue.
  6. Select 'Windows Phone' option to continue with content items transfer.
  7. Scroll down and note the network name and password of your new Galaxy device. You will need this information in the next step. Note that your network name and password will be different from the one shown here.
  8. On your Windows device, access your Wi-Fi settings and select the available network from your new Galaxy device. Tap the network name on the Windows device and enter the password specified on your new Galaxy device.
  9. Once the connection to your Galaxy device is made, on your old Windows device select the content you want to transfer.
  10. On your new Galaxy device, tap 'Receive' to begin the content items transfer.
  11. On your new Galaxy device, review the content items that have been transferred successfully from your Windows device.

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