How to Transfer Pictures from Samsung to HUAWEI For Free

EelPhone author Alex Scott, 22 February, 2019

Summary

Google Drive is a free tool to sync photos between Samsung and Huawei, and Wechat also. But if you want to save time, and looking for the quickest method to transfer photos from Samsung to Huawei, turn to photo transfer tool, you can transfer photos from Samsung S9 / S8 / Edge S7 / S7 / S6 / Note 8 / Note 7 / Note 5 / Note 4, Galaxy A9 / A7 / A5 to HUAWEI MATE 20/MATE 20 PRO/MATE 20X/MATE P20, etc. Not only photos but also contacts/SMS/Call logs/App data can be transferred from Samsung to HUAWEI. All guides are in the article.


In modern times, more and more people like to restore photos, files, movies, etc. in Cloud because it has a very large capacity and the data can be saved for a long time. But the problem is when people need the data in Cloud, they have to spend a lot of time to transfer to their phones. For instance, when you want to transfer photos from your old Samsung phone to your new Huawei phone, you need to transfer to Cloud and then transfer from Cloud to your new phone again or use other software to conduct the transfer. But if the pixel of your photos are large and you have to transfer plenty of photos, it is a time-consuming thing for many people. Here we highly recommend a transfer tool, Transfer Android, to all of you. It is regarded as the fast, professional, and simple transfer tool. It is beneficial for you to experience this software. In the beginning, you have to download this software and follow the instructions to install it on your computer. After that, follow the above instructions, to see how powerful this software is and how it deal with your problem with just several clicks.

Method 1: Transfer Photos from Samsung to Huawei via Wechat [Free]


For us, photos are important when we transfer the device from Samsung to Huawei, photos are one of the data types we should move from Samsung to Huawei. Wechat is one chat APP on China, but it's also one useful tool to transfer photos from Samsung to Huawei for free. The shortage is that much times it takes to move pictures from Samsung to Huawei if so many photos.

Step 1: Free download Wechat on Samsung and Huawei from APP store. Then register the Wechat account via phone number. We can use the different accounts on Samsung and Huawei so that we can transfer pictures from Samsung to Huawei directly. Add Huawei Wechat account as your friend on Samsung, just enter the Wechat ID into Samsung Wechat Search box to add as friend, and then agree on Huawei Wechat.
How to add Wechat friend

Step 2: On Samsung, go to the Photo APP, select photos to share to Wechat of Huawei account.
Note: General, we can transfer less than 9 photos in one time, that's why we said that this method takes much time if so many photos are stored in Samsung.
Send Samsung photos to Huawei via Wechat

Step 3: Open photo received from Samsung Wechat, press and hold on until appears Save Image, save the photos to the Huawei.
Save photos from Wechat to Huawei

Method 2: Sync Photos from Samsung to Huawei via Google Drive[Free]


Transfer photos from Samsung to Huawei isn't one totally free method, because we should pay for Google Drive over 5BG storage. Use the same Google Drive account on Samsung and Huawei to sync photos on Samsung.

Step 1: Sign in Google Drive APP with the Gmail account on Samsung, be sure that Google Drive has enough space to store photos on Samsung that we want to transfer to Huawei. From the left upper corner, tap on More>Settings>Backup to backup photos to Google Drive, select the backup data type to start to backup.
Sync photos from Samsung to Huawei via Google Drive

Step 2: Sign in Google Drive on Huawei with the same account on Huawei, from My Drive feather, select the backup file, and then download it to Huawei.
Transfer photos from Samsung to Huawei via Google Drive

Part 3: Transfer All Photos from Samsung to Huawei in One Click [Quickest]


Free download Eelphone Mobile Transfer in your Window or Mac, launch it with double clicks.


Step 1: Link the new and the old phone to your computer
Run the software you have just downloaded on your computer. Using two USB cables that you have already prepared, connect your target phones to your computer. When your phones can be recognized by the software, it means you can move on to finish the following steps. What you need to do next is to press the “ Phone to Phone Transfer ” button, which is the first one of the selection bar on the left side of the software window.
Photos from Samsung to HUAWEI

Note: Put the Wechat ID on Huawei into Samsung Wechat account to add Wechat friend.

Step 2: Choose your source phone and destination phone accordingly
In the second place, you need to set your Samsung phone as a source phone and your Huawei phone as destination phone respectively so that your data can be transferred from one phone to another. You can find the selection " Flip ", you can transfer also from HUAWEI to Samsung.
Flip Samsung to HUAWEI

Note: Make sure that you have allowed USB debugging in your Samsung and HUAWEI phones, or the Mobile Transfer cannot detect your phones.
Allow USB debugging

Step 3: Select your photos to transfer from Samsung to Huawei
From “ Select Content to Copy ” button in the middle of the software, select " Photos " button. Then the photos on your old Samsung phone will be presented to you. The next thing you need to do is to select the photos that you want to transfer from your old phone to the new one. If you want to choose a part of them to transfer, you have to be patient because it is a time-consuming task if you have a lot of photos on your phone. when the selection is finished, you will see the “ Start Transfer ” button on the bottom of the program and then you need to press it to start the transfer process. In a shorter time, the chosen photos will be presented on your destination phone. Click the “ OK ” button to finish the transfer.
Transfer photos from Samsung to HUAWEI

Until now, you have just read the whole steps above. We believe that you have learned the knowledge and transfer your photos between different phones successfully. You might as well introduce to the people who need this software around you.



Alex Scott

This article was updated on 14 October, 2019