Transfer Contacts From Android To iPhone
Making a transition from an Android to an Android or from an iPhone to an iPhone is seamless; it’s a one-click transfer system, but upgrading from Android to iPhone and the whole transition can be a little hectic.
There are a few ways available through which you can transfer your contacts from an Android device to your upgraded iPhone. The methods of sending the contacts count on whether you want to set up a new iPhone or send a few contacts to a used iPhone.
Here are a few ways through which you can move your desired contacts from an Android phone to an iPhone phone.
Move the contacts from an Android To iPhone through the help of the Move to iOS app.
Apple builds the Move to iOS software to help you move your Android phone data to a new iPhone.
All of your data, including contacts, calendars, images, and email accounts, will be copied during the process.
1. First of all, install the Move to iOS app on your personal Android device.
2. Follow the setup procedure on your latest iPhone until you reach the “Apps & Data” screen.
3. Now select “Move Data from Android.”
4. Let’s beginthe Move to iOS application on your Android device.
5. Now, click on Continue on both the devices, confirm the terms and conditions in the Move to iOS app, and then click Next.
6. Now, enter the code displayed on the iPhone you have seen from the Move to iOS app.
7. Follow the complete instructions from now on to finish the transfer.
Transfer contacts from an Android To iPhone through syncing a Google account
Transferring your contacts from an Android to an iPhone can be done quickly if you keep your contacts in your Android Google account. It works with both the new iPhone and the one you have set up before. You only need to set up your Google Account on your iPhone, taking the information from the Android.
1. Open the settings from your iPhone.
2. Click on “Passwords & Accounts.”
3. Click on to “Add Account” and then open “Google.”
4. Now, add your Google account to your iPhone by following the instructions given.
Google information, including contacts, will be automatically synchronized.
Transfer your contacts through the help of the VCF file Android To iPhone
It is an excellent option if you want to move some of your contacts or your contacts aren’t there in your Google account.
1. First of all, open the Contacts app from your Android device.
2. On the top right of the screen with three dots, you will find a menu, click on it and then click on “Share.”
3. Select the contacts you want to move. Now it’s up to you if you wish all the contacts to be transferred or only selected ones.
4. When you are finished, click on “Share.”
5. If you choose one contact, you need to select “VCF file.” If you select multiple contacts, then VCF is your only option.
6. Select a method for transferring the VCF file to your iPhone.
In most cases, sending a message via email or text message will be the most convenient option.
7. Open the VCF file on your iPhone and select the option to import the contacts.
Transfer contacts from Android to iPhone through a SIM card
The easiest and the most convenient way to transfer contacts from Android to iPhone is by using your Android SIM card as a transfer device by copying the contacts into your iPhone memory. You just need to swap the SIM cards between the two phones physically.
1. Open Contacts from your Android phone.
2. Click on the three horizontal lines known as the hamburger menu.
3. Click on “Manage contacts.”
4. From the Manage contacts page, click on the “Import/export contacts.”
5. Click on “Export.”
6. Select where the contacts will be exported; in this case, click on “SIM card.”
7. Manually select the contacts you want to export. Click on “All, ” tap on the contacts one at a time, and then click on “Done.”
8. Click on “Export.” You may require to ensure your preference.
9. Remove the SIM card from the Android phone and insert it into the iPhone.
10. Start the settings app from the iPhone.
11. Open “Contacts.”
12. Click on “Import SIM Contacts.”
13. Select your desired account on which you want to keep the contacts.