How To Transfer Contacts From Android To iPhone

If you just recently got a new iPhone, you may want to learn how to transfer contacts from Android to iPhone. Did you own an Android device previously? You’ll probably be looking to ensure all of your contact information isn’t lost.

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It would be annoying to have to put every single person back on your phone one by one. So, you might be trying to find out how to transfer contacts from Android to iPhone. Let’s get into it.

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How To Transfer Contacts From Android To iPhone

Apple is very aware that people want to transfer their contacts from android to iOS and has actually created an app called Move to iOS. This is free to use app, which can only be used when setting up a new iPhone.

iOS App – How To Transfer Contacts From Android To iPhone

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If you have completed the setup of your iPhone, skip to part two of this guide. If you have not set up your iPhone, this app will move over your contacts, videos, web bookmarks, emails, calendars, free apps, messages, photos and more.

  • Step 1: Download the Move to iOS app from the Google Play Store on your android device.
  • Step 2: Turn on your new iPhone and begin the setup instructions. 
  • Step 3: Connect the Wi-Fi when prompted.
  • Step 4: On the Apps & Data setup step, select Move Data from Android.
  • Step 5: Take note of the security code on your iPhone.
  • Step 6: Launch the Move to iOS app on your android phone and enter that security code.
  • Step 7: Select the data you want to transfer, including your contacts.

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Google Account

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If you have already set up your iPhone, that’s okay too! You can easily sync your iPhone contacts with your android phone by using your Google account. These steps are pretty generalized, though they may be slightly different due to different Android versions and manufacturer modifications.

  • Step 1: Go to your Settings on your Android phone, then navigate to Accounts. 
  • Step 2: Select Google and Sync. This will then have a list of things you can sync with Google. Ensure that Sync Contacts is turned on.
  • Step 3: Go to your iPhone and navigate to Settings.
  • Step 4: Find Passwords & Accounts, then tap Add Account.
  • Step 5: Add in your Google account and enable Contacts when you are setting up the account.
  • Step 6: Once the account is set up on iPhone, your contacts will be on your device.

In this day and age, it’s pretty simple to ensure your contacts are in your newest phone. Having your contacts is always needed, and it’s pretty simple to get everything set up and brought over.

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