How Can I Transfer Contacts from HTC to Samsung S6/S6 Edge

Part 1: Something about Samsung S6
Part 2: Transfer Contacts from HTC to Samsung S6/S6 Edge
Part 3: More related articles


Something about Samsung S6

Galaxy S6: Samsung alternates two different image sensors

Your Galaxy S6 does not take the same photos as your neighbor? This is possible since we just found out that Samsung was using - random - two separate photo sensors in its new flagship. One is the Sony IMX 240 while the other is a ISOCELL the Korean manufacturer.

Manufacturers of smartphones and tablets are known to feed in several component suppliers during the life of a product. This is often the case of LCD panels that may be different on the same smartphone model. But it is much more rare with the photo sensor. Yet this is what Samsung seems to have done with its new Galaxy S6. Members of the XDA forum just started a thread that clearly shows the phenomenon. Thus, certain owners of a Galaxy S6 are left with the Sony IMX240 - like our test model - while others have their own ISOCELL sensor Samsung.

For now, no comparative tests were performed, but presumably better picture quality with Sony sensor as the manufacturer is more specialized in this field compared to Samsung. This situation reminds us - a little - the Galaxy Note 4 for which the variant was equipped with a Exynos ISOCELL against the IMX240 sensor for variant Snapdragon 805. The Galaxy S5 4G + has also swapped the ISOCELL of Galaxy S5 against a IMX240. In both cases, this is not really a problem since the smartphone models were clearly different. With the Galaxy S6 This valse sensors poses a concern for transparency, because it seems impossible, before purchase, to know the sensor used by the phone .

It seems that the use of one or the other sensor is completely random since it is impossible - for now - to detect any logic. The only way to know the sensor is used to switch the phone is to launch the ISP's fashion VER CHECK CameraFirmware Standard (numbering * # 34971539 # in the phone application). The index is also hiding in the EXIF ​​pictures (LL for ISOCELL and LS for the IMX240), and it appears - according to a member of the forum - as smartphones loaned to websites are all equipped with a Sony sensor .

It would be interesting to conduct a similar experience on the Galaxy S6 edge.


Transfer Contacts from HTC to Samsung S6/S6 Edge

Newly bought a Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge One? Don't know how to transfer all the contacts from your old HTC to the new Galaxy S6/S6 Edge phone? Many friends recently ask us for help when they need to move HTC data to their new Samsung galaxy or other Android phones, especially contacts. So, here we are offering you a detailed how-to tutorial assisting you to make the data transfer successfully.

Mobile Transfer is an transferring tool that you can transfer data between phones under different phone brand like Samsung, iPhone, HTC, LG, Motorola, Sony and so on. You are allowed to transfer phone data like contacts, text messages, videos, music, pictures, apps, call logs and so on. As you want, you can transfer the data with only one simple click. You can download and know the detail of transferring HTC contacts to Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 edge.


How to Move HTC Contacts to Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge

Step 1. Install the Program and Launch it on the PC
First of all, install the program on your PC and then click to launch it. 

Step 2. Connect HTC and Samsung Galaxy phone to the PC

Now, connect your HTC and Samsung Galaxy S6 One to the computer via USB cables. Both of the devices will be detected by the transfer program and show up in the main window. Your HTC is recognized as the "Source" phone and the Samsung is "Destination" phone. You can change their places by clicking "Flip" if you want.

Step 3. Transfer HTC Contacts to Samsung galaxy s6

Check "Contacts" in the list of contents allowed to copy from the program. Now click "Start Copy" to begin transferring contacts from your HTC to the new Samsung galaxy phone. Keep connecting the devices in the process.




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