No matter you are an Android user or an iPhone user, one thing you can't deny is that contacts and messages are part of essential elements on your device, without which it seems as though you have been cut off the whole world. Actually, now with the development of technologies, more and more mobile users prefer saving their contacts information on their devices, so they can connect with their friends and families as they wanted.
Speaking of contacts and message files, they are generally saved in the SIM card of your mobile device by default, unless the storage capacity is full. However, SIM card is by no means a safe and ideal place to permanently save these precious files. To avoid the sudden data losses caused by various reasons, you are suggested to back up SIM card of your device frequently, taking Samsung SIM card as example.
Then you will need a professional and powerful assistant tool like this Coolmuster Samsung Assistant. This software is sure to be your choice no matter you want to backup Samsung SIM card, SD card or the internal memory. With this software, you can easily transfer any files from your Samsung device to the computer, including contacts, messages, music songs, videos, movies and etc. Apart from Samsung phones, this software can also be compatible with other brands of Android phones, including Samsung Galaxy S23/S22/S21/S20/S20+/S20 Ultra/S10/S10+/S10e, etc.
As to the safety, you can be fully guaranteed. This powerful software enables you to backup Android phones including SIM card, SD card and the internal memory without causing any potential dangers such as sudden data losses and virus infection. For example, this software allows you to transfer all hundreds of contacts from Android phone to computer at one time and save them as CSV format if needed and wanted. Now, cannot wait to use this software to back up your Samsung SIM card? Get the right version and follow the below tutorial! Let's begin!
Step 1. Connect Samsung Phone to Computer
First of all, open the installed software on the computer and then get Samsung phone connected to the computer via the USB cord. If you see the below interface, please follow the below steps to enable USB debugging on your Samsung phone:
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging".
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
Step 2. Preview Files on Main Interface
After that, this software will detect your Samsung phone and display the below main interface. All the file folders are arranged on the left panel. You can then enter the Contacts and SMS folders respectively to choose the files you want to transfer from Samsung phone to computer as a backup!
Step 3. Begin to Back up Samsung SIM Card
After choosing the files you want to transfer from Samsung to computer, you just need to hit the Export option to transfer files from Samsung SIM card to the computer and save them as a backup in case of sudden data losses. Finally, just wait for the process to be finished. It won't cost you too much time!
Now, there is no need for you to worry that you may lose important contacts or messages from your Samsung SIM card anymore! By the way, if you are an Android user but not Samsung, you can exactly follow the same steps to back up files from Android SIM card to the computer!
Contacts and messages are vital elements on mobile devices. SIM cards are the default storage location for these files, but they're not the safest. To avoid data loss, frequently back up your Samsung SIM card using Coolmuster Samsung Assistant. The software is compatible with other Android brands and can transfer files, including contacts and messages, to your computer safely. You can also save hundreds of contacts as a CSV format. Don't worry about losing important contacts or messages anymore.