According to Google search, many people want to know how to transfer photos from Samsung phone to tablet for backup or other reasons. In this step by step tutorial, we give 3 ways for moving photos from Samsung phone to Tablet. You can use the first two ways to migrate photos between Samsung phone and tablet. And the last one is special for Galaxy devices.
Samsung Data Transfer is comprehensive software for data transferring between two devices. It can serve as a powerful assistant to transfer all the photos from Samsung to tablet, and from Android phone to Android tablet directly. However, transferring a ton of photos in a flash is not all of its features.
The key features of the Samsung Data Transfer
(1) Support to transfer files with 1 click from Android to Android, Android to iOS, iOS to Android, and iOS to iOS.
(2) Support photos, contacts, SMS, call logs, music, videos, documents, and apps.
(3) Support over 8000+ Android devices with different brands. And for Samsung phone and tablet, it supports Galaxy S10/S9/S8/S7, Galaxy Note 9/8/7/6, Galaxy A series, J series, etc., and the tablets running Android 4.0 to 10.0 or up.
(4) Support iDevices running iOS 5 to 12, including iPhone, iPad, iPod touch.
You can free download the Samsung Data Transfer and go with the steps to have a try.
Step 1. Connect your Samsung phone and tablet to the PC via USB cables. Please enable USB debugging if it prompts on your Samsung screen.
Step 2. Adjust the two devices' positions. Please put the source Samsung Galaxy on the left and the tablet on the right. You can tap on Flip to change their positions.
Step 3. Tick on Photos from the file list. You can select other files as you like as well.
Step 4. Hit Start Copy to activate the data transferring. Wait for a few minutes and all of the photos on your Samsung Galaxy are transferred to the tablet.
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Dropbox is a popular app with cloud service that can serve as a photo transfer tool from one device to another one. To move photos from Samsung phone to tablet, you need to download the app on both of your devices and transfer files with the same account via Wi-Fi. Here's how:
Notice: Dropbox can not only be used to transfer photos, but it can also transfer other Android files. You can learn more about it and other Android apps for file transfer here.
Samsung developed the Smart Switch Mobile app for data transfer between the Samsung phone and another mobile phone, and it also released a special tool - SideSync for Galaxy devices to transfer files between smartphone and tablet. So you can use it to sync photos from Samsung phone to Samsung tablet.
Supported devices: All the Samsung Galaxy phones from Galaxy S3 and later with Android 4.4 and above. All the Galaxy tablets with Android 5.0 the above. Please notice that Galaxy S9/S9+/Note 9 do not support Side Sync. You can use Samsung Flow as an alternative on these devices.
Supported files: Photos, text messages, documents, videos, and so on.
(1) Totally control your Galaxy on the computer/tablet.
(2) Make and answer calls and read SMS on the computer/tablet.
(3) Share files between Galaxy phone on the computer/tablet.
(4) Take screenshots of your mobile phone on the computer/tablet.
Sync photos from Samsung phone to tablet with SideSync:
We always want to learn the easiest way to transfer photos from Samsung phone to tablet. Comparing these 3 methods together, transferring photos via Samsung Data Transfer is a more direct way for you to copy all the photos from Samsung phone to an Android tablet with 1 click. Get it to your computer and have a try. Let us know what do you think about it by leaving your points below.
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