Sync contacts, messages, photos and videos form iPad, iPhone, iPod, iTunes to Samsung Galaxy Device
Do you want to transfer contacts, messages, photos, videos form New iPad, iPad 2, iPad, iPod Touch 4, iPhone4s, iPhone 4 etc Apple Device to Samsung Galaxy Device, like Galaxy S, Galaxy S2, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Tab 2 etc. Easy Phone Sync can free transfer Music and Data to Samsung Galaxy.
Some older, copy-protected tracks purchased from the iTunes store cannot be transferred. Movies rented or purchased from the iTunes store are copy-protected and cannot be transferred iTunes, iPad, iPhone and Mac are trademarks of Apple Inc. If you want to play these digital copy videos, you can try DRM Removal tool (Windows Version, Mac Version)to remove DRM protection from iTunes videos, then you can sync iTunes videos to Galaxy device.
May you want to watch DVD movies on Galaxy Note, and have some DVD IFO files, how to play DVD IFO on Galaxy Note? IFO file is one of the three types of files which are use on DVD, a DVD contains many different types of files, such as VOB, BUP and IFO.IFO file contains important navigation information, such as the chapters and the aspect ratio, if we want to play DVD IFO files on Galaxy Note, we need to convert DVD IFO to H.264 MP4 for Galaxy Note.
Here is a guide how to easy convert DVD IFO to Galaxy Note support video format
Play DVDs on Galaxy Note, maybe you backup DVDs to DVD ISO files, and want to play DVD ISO files on Galaxy Note. But Galaxy Note not support ISO image media files, if we want to play DVD ISO files on Galaxy Note, we need to convert DVD ISO to Galaxy Note Video format.
Enjoy listening to your music library on your Samsung Galaxy Note. The device will support any non-DRM AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3, WMA, 3GP, MP4, and M4A music files. Follow these steps to transfer the music files from your PC to the device.
1. On the device, select Settings > Wireless and network > USB utilities, and chose the Connect storage to PC selection.
2. Connect the Galaxy Note to your computer using the micro-USB cable.
3. On the screen of the device, select the Connect USB storage option.
4. A removable disk will mount to your computer. You will see it listed under Computer if you’re a Windows user, or on the Desktop if you’re a Mac user.
5. Drag and drop any music files over to the removable disk. You may want to create a folder named “Music” within the removable disk first for organizational purposes.
If you keep your music library within iTunes, you can drag and drop files directly from the iTunes window over to the Galaxy Note removable disk.
Samsung joyously announced today that a new “premium suite upgrade” including Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is headed to Galaxy Note owners sometime in the second quarter. This sounds great, unless you remember that Samsung told us to expect Ice Cream Sandwich on the Galaxy Note in the first quarter of 2012.
With Q1 wrapping up soon, it looks like the announcement of the forthcoming upgrade amounts to a note from Samsung asking Galaxy Note users to please excuse Android 4.0 for being tardy.
According to a statement from Samsung, the upgrade package will also include extra multimedia features and new apps optimized for the Galaxy Note’s S Pen stylus. One of the new features is something called S Note that the company says will further integrate written or sketched content with other digital data:
S Note also includes the innovative Shape Match and Formula Match applications that help correct and digitize geometric shapes and even solve numeric formulas hand-drawn with S Pen, increasing your on-the-go efficiency and productivity. You can draw tables and grids which are instantly digitized, saving time and effort. Moreover, by using the S Note’s integrated knowledge search engines, users can quickly search, and obtain information.
To help ease the disappointment of the Ice Cream Sandwich delay, Samsung is now offering what’s become the standard consolation prize of global digital culture–Angry Birds.
Download the brand new Angry Birds Space and you’ll even find special extra levels available just for the Galaxy Note. On top of that, a special package of 30 extra levels can also be accessed free if unpacked in the next three months.
That should serve as a nice distraction while every other phone around you is getting upgraded to Android 4.0, and perhaps even Android 5.0.
It is big! That is the first reaction the moment the Samsung Galaxy Note popped out from inside its rather slim box. It reminded us of the Dell Streak, which walked down the same path, but apparently came well before its time. This device is aimed at someone who finds the traditional smartphone display (4-inches approx.) too small, but the tablet uncomfortably big as well. The 5.3-inch display does offer the in-between alternative. Maybe this is the niche category that was needed in the gap between the smartphone and tablet.