It can be intimidating to go from an Android phone to an iPhone. It’s a completely different ecosystem, one that is more closed off and restricted. When it comes to moving data, there are a few techniques to make the process go more smoothly.
Despite the stark differences between the two ecosystems, a Google account can serve as a hub for migrating your data, including contacts. Additionally, there are various programs made expressly for this. Continue reading to learn how to move contacts from an Android phone to an iPhone.
There are several ways for Android users to migrate their contacts to an iPhone. They can accomplish this by utilizing the Move to iOS program, which Apple created especially to assist with data migration. You can use this app to configure your iPhone. Users can also manually transfer contacts using a VCF file, use a shared Google account, or use a SIM card to transfer contacts to an iPhone.
How to Use the Move to iOs App to Transfer Contacts from Android to iPhone
- On your Android phone, download the Move to iOS app from the Google Play store.
- Launch the app, then select Continue.
- Greeting you are the Terms and Conditions. Click Agree.
- After then, the program will request access to your contacts, calendar, storage, and SMS, all of which you must approve.
- Tap Continue on the Find Your Code page. The next step is to input a code.
- You should now switch to your iPhone, where you will find a Move Data from Android option during the setup process. Touch it.
- A six- or ten-digit code will be sent to you. Your Android phone needs to input this code.
- A screen asking you to choose the content you want to transfer should now appear on the screen labeled “Transfer Data.” Tap Next after selecting Contacts and any other data you wish to transfer.
- As soon as the loading bar on your iPhone is finished, turn off both devices.
- To end the setup procedure after the loading bar is finished, touch Done on your Android phone or Continue on your iPhone.
How to Transfer Contacts Using a Google Account from An Android Device to An iPhone
- Make sure your Google account and contacts are first synced. On your Android phone, go to Settings to accomplish this. Additionally, verify sure your internet connection is operational.
- Your Google account can be found under Accounts by scrolling down.
- To sync everything, tap Account sync. To sync just the contacts, tap the Contacts toggle, turn it off, and then turn it back on.
- Go to Settings on your iPhone by moving closer.
- After selecting Mail, select Accounts.
- The same Google account as your Android phone should be entered when you tap on Add Account. Verify that the Contacts toggle is active.
- Your iPhone should now display your Android contacts.
How to Move Contacts from An Android Phone to An iPhone by Utilising a Vcf File
- Navigate to the Contacts app on your Android device.
- The Import/Export option can be chosen by tapping the gear icon or three dots menu.
- Tap on Export to.vcf file when you see two alternatives here. On other Android phones, these choices might be different.
- Your contacts will be saved as a VCF file in your phone’s storage as a result.
- You can email this file to yourself and download it using the same mail account on your iPhone, or you can use iTunes to send it to your iPhone. You can use this article to refer to a few different methods for sending a VCF file to your iPhone.
- You should see an option to Add all contacts when you open the VCF file. Touch it.
- Your iPhone should display your contacts.
How to Use a Sim Card to Transfer Contacts from An Android Phone to An iPhone
- Go to the Contacts app on your Android device and tap the gear symbol or the three-dot menu.
- If you have a dual-SIM phone, select the SIM card you’ll be using on your iPhone by tapping on SIM card contacts.
- Select Import from the phone from the three dots option by tapping on it.
- You will be prompted to select the contacts you want to add to your phone. You have the choice of selecting just a few contacts to transfer or using the pick all option. Then click Done.
- Remove the SIM card after the procedure is finished, then put it into your iPhone.
- Go to Settings on your iPhone and select Contacts.
- Wait for the procedure to finish before tapping on Import SIM Contacts.
- Your iPhone should now display your contacts.