Transferring Contacts From Android To IPhone

Transferring Contacts From Android To IPhone. If you recently purchased an iPhone and want to replace your old Android, there will certainly be concern if you will lose all the contacts that are on your old Android. In fact you should not be afraid because there are 3 ways to move your contacts from Android to iPhone. Here are 3 ways:

Transferring Contacts From Android To IPhone With 'Move to iOS'
Apple recently released the first app called the 'Move to iOS' app on the Google Play Store. This app can move your data including contacts, photos, messages, apps and other files to iOS.
Transferring Contacts From Android To IPhone

1. Open Google Play Store
2. Find the 'Move to iOS' app and install it, Then launch the app
3. After that, you will be asked to enter the code to be sent to your iPhone
4. Next open the app on iPhone, and will get the code to move contacts, photos, files, music from Android to iPhone.
5. Back to your Android device, select the type of data you want to transfer, such as contacts, music, photos, files.
6. After that, you'll see a notification saying, "Complete transfer. Your data has been copied to your new iPhone."

Transferring Contacts From Android To IPhone via SIM Card
This is one of the simplest forms of transferring contacts to other devices.
Transferring Contacts From Android To IPhone

1. Step On your Android device:
  • Start the Contacts app
  • Click on the menu icon
  • Select Import / Exsport
  • Choose Import from SIM Card
3. Take out your Android SIM Card and insert it into your iPhone. After SIM Card inserted:
4. Go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars
5. Select Import SIM Contacts

Transferring Contacts From Android To IPhone via Google Mail (Gmail)
Another easy method to transfer your Android contacts to your iPhone is through Gmail.
Transferring Contacts From Android To IPhone
1. From your Android device:
  • Navigate to Settings > Account and Sync.
  • Select Google and enter your Gmail Username and Password
2. Then let Android synchronize your contacts, either stored on your SIM Card or Android device.
3. Next on iPhone, you just need to go to Settings> Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Then swipe to the side to select Import in Gmail.
Transferring Contacts From Android To IPhone

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