BuffyAU
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Upgrade from Samsung s10+ to Samsung s21+ 5g

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Currently have an S10+ with 128gb on board, with a 512gb sd card installed.  I was wondering if anyone has done the same upgrade OR has any advice to do it or not (based on tech specs)... I've always had a phone with an sd card slot and the s21 doesnt have one now, so....

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BuffyAU
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Re: Upgrade from Samsung s10+ to Samsung s21+ 5g

The reply I got didn't answer my question at all really... I already know about backing up my contacts to google, been doing it for years. Anyway, Ive got my answer from somewhere else. This question is now closed thanks. 

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Jupiter
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Re: Upgrade from Samsung s10+ to Samsung s21+ 5g

If you want the contact from your SD card to be available on your new phone, you will either need to save it to the cloud and then download it back to your new phone, or use a card reader and a computer to transfer it across to your new phone. From memory, the Samsung Smartswitch app will not move the SD card contents onto the new phone.

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MammaB
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Re: Upgrade from Samsung s10+ to Samsung s21+ 5g

Evening BuffyAU are you still wondering about upgrading to the new Samsung Galaxy S21 or not? 

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BuffyAU
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Re: Upgrade from Samsung s10+ to Samsung s21+ 5g

The reply I got didn't answer my question at all really... I already know about backing up my contacts to google, been doing it for years. Anyway, Ive got my answer from somewhere else. This question is now closed thanks. 

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