If you’re thinking to move your contacts of Android phone to iPhone, then here we’ve some precise steps for you. Your G mail, android and iOS apps will help you out.
So if you want to shift your contacts from android phone to iOS, then here we’ve some easy steps. These steps will guide you to transfer your contacts in an easy manner. Well, you no need to attempt some complicated steps, if you have G mail, then it will work perfectly.
Gmail will help you out to shift your contacts, you need to keep you pace in Settings, Accounts and then Google, after that step ahead to Sync Contacts. Following these steps will make you see the sync between your contacts and G mail address book account. After that step forward to Settings, Mail, Contacts, Contacts and Calendars and to Add Account on the iPhone. Now after selecting Google, sign-in using the Google account with which you’ve synced your phone contacts. Before sync, make sure you’ve ‘Contacts’ enabled in the setting.
Export contacts by using native Contacts app
As we know there are various apps for android, so again an app is going to play an essential role in transferring your contacts. After opening up the native Contacts app on your Android phones, you need select Import/Export from more options. Now with the help VCF file, you can export your contacts. This will import your contacts to iPhone.
Move to iOS app
Simply to transfer contacts from android phone to iPhone you can use Move to iOS app. You can download the app from the Google Play Store (only for iPhone users). If you’re a current iPhone user, the reset your device before using this Move to iOS app.
When you will see the ‘Apps and Data’ window, select ‘Move Data from Android. You will see a 10 digit code, once the terms and conditions are agreed to. You need to enter that code on your old Android device from which you want to move the contacts. That’s it, if both phones are synced, you can select your desired contacts, those you want to transfer. That’s how you can transfer the contacts of android phones to iPhone’s.