The best way to transfer Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt photos to iPhone

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Need to transfer photos from Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt to iPhone? If you own both – or are switching over from Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt to iPhone – you will eventually need to know how to transfer photos and images from Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt to iPhone. Here is an easy and workable solution for moving photos from your Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt to your iPhone.

Smartphones are now responsible for the majority of photos that are taken. Photos often contain the best memories of our lives, and looking at those photos really bring back some joy in our lives. If you switched to a new iPhone instead of your old Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt, then you may want to make sure you know how to transfer photos from your old Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt to your shiny new iPhone. FoneCopy is a good solution to migrate photos from your Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt to your iPhone, and it is very easy – so make your choice and start moving photos between your phones.


Part 1: How to transfer photos from Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt to iPhone?

Here’s what you need

FoneCopy – Phone Transfer (It is available for Windows, simply download the proper version depending on your computer.)



Part 1: How to transfer photos from Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt to iPhone?

Follow these steps:

Step 1: Run FoneCopy, and connect both your Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt and iPhone to computer via USB cable. The first one will be recognized as source device and the second one will be recognized as target device. If you want to transfer file from the target device to your source device, you can click “Switch”.

FoneCopy How to transfer photos to iPhone Main Interface on windows

Step 2: Tick off “Photos” and click “Start to copy” button to transfer photos from your Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt to iPhone.

FoneCopy How to transfer photos from iOS Copy Process on windows

Now wait for the transfer to be completed and don’t interrupt the process. It can take a while, depending on how much you have to transfer over. Seriously, leave both devices alone until the transfer process is completed.

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