A Course for How to Put Music & Videos on Galaxy S7/S8/S9
Nice to meet you my new audience, welcome to Digital Talent Z’s classroom. I am the wild known Z. Today I am going to give you a course on how to put music and video on Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge.
I know most the smartphone users all like the latest smartphone which just comes to the market. And now, the hot topic among the smartphone market is the Samsung Company’s new born baby Samsung Galaxy S7 and his brother Galaxy S7 Edge. You guys want to change your phone to have one of the fantastic babies. Problem is coming.
I like all the music and videos on my current phone. If I change to the Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, all my favorite music and videos will go with my old phone? Is there any way to keep them and put them into my new Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge? If so, how to do?
Yes, most of you will have the above problem which you 100% will meet while you changing a new phone.
I have downloaded a lot of awesome videos and good music on my computer, and I want to move them to my Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge/S8/S9 Plus. How can I realize it?
Also, this problem is another one you would like to ask. As a digital talent, of course, you won’t hear NO from me. Actually, they are really not even matters for me. Curious about what I will do to deal with these issues? Continue to read the following paragraphs, you will get it from my below course that how to put music and videos on Galaxy S7/S7 Edge from computer or iTunes if you are an iPhone user before.
Part 1. The Useful Galaxy S7 Helper: MobileGo Software
Your old phone might be a Windows Phone, a Nokia phone, an iPhone or other phones. Due to the different operating systems between of your old phone and new Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, to ensure the music and videos are completely go to your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge as the original data, you’d better to use a third-party tool to prevent the mistakes you might make which might destroy your original music and videos during the data transferring process. Sweet heart as me, I’d like to suggest you a useful helper, the Wondershare MobileGo software. It’s not an advertisement for this software, but my own experience tells me this is really useful and easy to use the software even if you are a beginner you can easily use. Let me talk about this amazing software first.
The MobileGo software is a comprehensive tool for the users with four main features, Manage, Toolkit, Mirror and On Mobile.
The Manage feature supports you to manage your phone data on the computer desktop, and also can help you transfer data between mobile devices and your PC. You can import your phone data such as contacts, text messages, music, photos, videos and other files to computer by this software and also you can export the these files to your device from PC, but the data exporting from computer function cannot be used on IOS operating system like iPhone or iPad.
The Toolkit feature allows you to optimize your mobile device like rooting your device, backing up your device data on PC and recovering the data to your device, erasing the data on your device and other functions.
The Mirror feature is a very interesting feature that can simulate your device interface on the computer. Your device, for example a smartphone, will show on the PC screen as the same as its actual look in the reality. You can operate your phone by the operation you do on the simulated phone screen by your mouse like playing games, sending text messages and so on.
The On Mobile feature offers the users an amazing function Go Wi-Fi function which allows you to connect your mobile device with your PC through the Wi-Fi that this software provides without a USB cable. And through this function, you can also boost your device operation speed, clean junk files on your device and transfer data between your mobile device and PC.
How astonishing isn’t it? As we have known this software well now, we can use the features of the tool offers to transfer our music and videos to our Samsung Galaxy S7/S8/S8 Plus now.
Situation 1: If you have downloaded some wonderful music on your computer from websites. And you want to put these music on your Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge from your computer. Do it as the following steps:
Step 1. Download the appropriate version of MobileGo software from its official website for your computer. Install it on your computer and launch it until the installation is done.
Step 2. Connect your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge with your computer by its matched USB cable or through the Go Wi-Fi the program offered. Wait for a while to let the program detect your Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. Once your phone be detected successfully by the program, your phone will be shown on the program “My Device” interface.
Step 3. Find out the “Music” option on the left side of the program interface and click on it. Then you will enter the music related interface.
Step 4. Click on the “Add” button on the top of the interface, there will be two options for you, “Add File” option and “Add Folder” option. If you want to just add several music pieces from the music folder which you saved the downloaded music from web to your Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, click on “Add File” option; if you want to move all the music that saved in that folder to your phone, click on “Add Folder” option to continue.
Step 5. A pop-up window will come out, it’s the file browser window that allows you to browse the files you have on your PC. Find out your music files through it or the music folder you saved your music that you want to copy to your Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. Once you made it, click on the “Open” button at the bottom of the window to start the music transfer process from your PC to your phone.
Step 6. Wait for a while, after the transfer process done, all the music you choose will be shown on the program interface. Now the music are in your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. If you change your mind that you don’t want some of them, tick the file you don’t want and then click on “Delete” button on the top of the interface, then these files will disappear from your phone.
Situation 2: If the music is in your old phone, and you want to transfer them to your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, you need firstly to connect your old phone with your PC by its matched USB cable, and copy the music files or music folder to your computer. Then following the same steps as above to realize the music transfer.
Pretty easy, right? I told you it’s not a problem to put music to your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge from computer or other phones.
Though I have told you that to put the music from other phones to your Galaxy S7/S7 Edge is easy, but the Apple device is not included because the Operating system between iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge is totally different. One is using the Apple IOS operating system, the other one is using the Android operating system. And as we all know, the Apple Company only allows its devices be managed by its official tool iTunes which also innovated by the Apple Company. So if you want to transfer the music from your iPhone to your new Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, the operation is different from the last part. But don’t be worried, the steps are also easy by using the MobileGo software. Ok, let me continue to show you how to transfer the music files from iPhone to your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge by syncing iTunes music with your Galaxy S7/S7 Edge.
Step 1. Launch the iTunes program on your computer and connect your iPhone with your PC by its Apple USB cable. Then wait for a while to let the program organized your iPhone. Once your iPhone is successfully organized by the iTunes, your phone will be shown on the iTunes interface.
Step 2. Backup your iPhone music by the program and name the backup file. And disconnect your iPhone with the program and close the program.
Step 3. Launch the MobileGo program which already existing on your PC
Step 4. Connect your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge with your computer by its matched USB cable or through the Go Wi-Fi the program offered. Wait for a while to let the program detect your Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. Once your phone be detected successfully by the program, your phone will be shown on the program “My Device” interface.
Step 5. Click on the “Super Toolkit” main option on the top of the program interface. Then you will enter its related interface.
Step 6. Find out the “Media Management” section at the bottom of the interface and click on the “Import Playlists” option in this section. This option allows you to import the iTunes playlists into your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. Once you click it, the program will detect all the iTunes playlists you back up before on the computer. Once the detection is done, a small window will pop up that shows all the iTunes playlists on your PC.
Step 7. Find out the playlist you backed up and named before from your iPhone, and tick it. Then click on the “OK” button at the bottom of the small window to allow the program transfer the music files to your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. Wait for a moment until the process done.
Congratulations buddy, your iPhone music is in your brand new Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge now. You have to admit it’s really simple.
Ok, it turns to the video part. Except for the music, you also want to put all your favorite videos on your Samsung Galaxy S7/S8/S9. Let’s drop the useless words but just go to the key point, how to put all videos on Galaxy S9/S8/S7 Edge. It also can be divided into two occasions, continue to read.
Occasion 1: If your favorite videos have already existed on your computer that you want to put to your Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge. Follow the steps below to realize it:
Step 1. Launch the MobileGo software on your PC which has existed on your computer.
Step 2. Connect your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge with your PC by its matched USB cable and wait for a while until the program successfully detected your phone. And your phone will show on the program interface.
Step 3. Find out the “Video” option on the left side of the “My Device” interface of the program, and click on it.
Then the following steps are the same as the Music Transfer from Computer Part. Just follow the steps in Part 2 to do the video transfer from computer to your Galaxy S9/S8/S7 Edge.
Occasion 2: If the videos are in your old phone, and you want to transfer them to your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, you need firstly to copy the videos to your computer. Then following the same steps as above to realize the video transfer.
What special in this video transfer part is: When the video format that you import cannot be supported to play on your Samsung Galaxy S7, S8 or S9 Plus, the MobileGo software will ask you whether you want to covert the format to the supported format for your phone or not before the videos being transferred to your phone by a pop-up small window. According to your need to choose yes or no. It’s really a very convenient function for the users.
OK, did you successfully put your music and videos on your Samsung Galaxy S7/S8/S9 Plus already? If yes, congratulations to you! If not, repeat the steps I told you, you will make it. Fine, today’s class is over now, hope you all like this course. Bye!