How to Transfer Data from iPhone to Android Device

How to Transfer Data from iPhone to Android Device

Today we are discussing how we can transfer data from iPhone to Android.

Switching from an old phone to a new Android phone can be stressful, and you are afraid of losing data, especially if you are moving from an iPhone to one that works with the Android version. You need to transfer all your necessary contact numbers, drag your photos and videos to an Android one, and remember passwords for accounts and all running apps.

Switching old iPhone phones with different operating systems makes everything even more complicated, but we try to solve all these problems.

The good thing about switching to iPhone is that it’s a lot easier and quicker to transfer contact details, photos, and other essential data from old or damaged data from iPhone to Android (and vice versa) than it used to be.

If you already have a Google services account (Gmail, Photos, Music, etc.), switching from an older iPhone device to an Android device could be remarkably simple and hassle-free. And even if you don’t have a Google account, it can be easy to transfer all your identity data from iPhone to Android device.

The priority was that you want to transfer your iPhone contact data to Android phone first.

Your contacts must be linked to your email account. So you can have them all stored in the iCloud part or in your personal Gmail account (if you are using a Gmail account). Here’s how to find out:

  • Open configuration.
  • Then tap Calendar.
  • Tap the default account settings.

If your default account has access to Gmail, then all you need to do is sign in to your Android device using your personal Google account.

If you use iCloud to store your contact details, it’s best to transfer your files as vCards (these are shareable contact cards). You can share all the contact card you want individually as much as you can. Go to each contact detail and choose the Share contact option. You can also use the feature to email the vCard to your Gmail account and then open it when you configure all your settings on an Android device.

How to transfer mail and messages

Moving mail is very easy to transfer details.

  • Sign in with your Google ID to receive any email in Gmail.
  • You can also sign in with your iCloud using the account credentials details or your other email address, and now you can read your mail messages.

Moving messages is quite difficult to transfer. And it’s probably best not to get upset because we’re with us. At the same time, you are looking for an app like AnyTrans a third party app if you want to keep the old messages if you want.

It’s pretty easy to move your iPhoto snapshots to Google Photos using the Google Photos iOS app.

  • Download Google Photos from the App Store on your iPhone.
  • Sign in with your Google account.
  • Choose Backup & Sync. (It’s best to leave ‘Use mobile data for backup’ disabled unless you have unlimited data.

Transfer your music data through the Google Music app and install Music Manager for Mac on your device. This application (installed on macOS) transfers all your music from iTunes to the Google cloud; This is a fast and quick process.

Then you can stream all your music from Google Play Music on your Android phone.

Transfer Data from iPhone to Android via Official Transfer Apps [Free]

Many smartphone companies offer free apps that help you move almost all data including contact details, messages, calendar, personal photos, music, notes etc. from your iPhone or other devices in general to your new Android device. They support many versions of files such as PSD, music and many more, so if you want a lot of your personal information transferred from your old phone to your new one, we have some important and useful points for you.

For example,

For Samsung devices

Samsung devices has its official app called the Samsung Smart Switch app, which allows you to log in to your iCloud account on the Samsung Android device app and copy all critical information, such as media, music, and more, from your backup. iCloud security to your Samsung.

Huawei phone

Huawei Phone also comes with a Huawei Phone Clone facility. As the name suggests, it aims to copy all your data safely from your old phone to your new device so that you can get back your data on the latest Huawei Android device.

Xiaomi

Xiaomi is a reasonably new company, but it has made an excellent name for itself by selling high-quality devices at a reasonable price. Xiaomi also gives us the facility of Xiaomi Mi Mover to migrate some of your data from your old phone to the new one.

Rachel Maga
Rachel Maga is a technology journalist currently working at Globe Live Media agency. She has been in the Technology Journalism field for over 5 years now. Her life's biggest milestone is the inside tour of Tesla Industries, which was gifted to her by the legend Elon Musk himself.