3 Ways to Transfer Contacts from Android to iPhone SE/6S Plus/6S
If you’ve just upgraded from an old Android to a new iPhone SE/6S Plus/6S, contacts moving must be one of your first concerns. Let’s take it easy. You can do it yourself efficiently and perfectly. Here are 3 easy and practical ways for you to transfer all your contacts from Android to iPhone.
- 1. Transfer Contacts from Android to iPhone with Gihosoft Mobile Transfer
- 2. Move Contacts from Android to iPhone with iCloud
- 3. Import Contacts from Android to iPhone with Google
1. Transfer Contacts from Android to iPhone with Gihosoft Mobile Transfe
Gihosoft Mobile Phone Transfer is a professional phone to phone data transfer tool. It supports almost all Android devices, like Samsung Galaxy S7/S6 edge, HTC M10/M9, Google Nexus, LG G5/G4/V10, Sony, Motorola, Huawei, ZTE, etc. and iOS devices, like iPhone 3GS/4/4S/5/5C/5S/6/6S (Plus)/SE and iPad Air3/2/mini4/3/2. With it, you can transfer data, such as contacts, SMS, photos, music, videos, etc. between Android and iPhone.
Before you start:
1. Make sure iTunes has been installed on your computer.
2. Turn on USB debugging on your Android phone.
3. Install Gihosoft Mobile Transfer to your computer.
Easy 3-step operation:
1. Run the program and connect both Android phone and iPhone to computer.
2. Select file type, like Contacts.
3. Click “Start Copy” to transfer.
Note: When connected to computer, the two devices will be asked for confirmation. When asked, please tap “OK” on Android and “Trust” on iPhone.
2. Move Contacts from Android to iPhone with iCloud
If you are new to iOS device, then you are recommended to try iCloud service, which will play an important role in your iPhone. In this case, you can export contacts from Android, then import the data to iCloud. Finally log in iCloud on iPhone to finish the contacts transfer.
You will need: an Apple ID, a computer, an Android phone and a USB cable, an iPhone, internet connection.
1. On your Android phone, tap “Contacts” app. Find “Import/Export” option on menu.
2. Select “Export to phone storage”. A pop-up message will inform you with the location of the exported vcf file.
3. Plugin your Android phone via USB cable or plug your SDcard to your PC, copy the 0001.vcf file to your Desktop or My Documents.
4. Visit https://www.icloud.com/ on your computer browser. Sign in with your Apple ID. Click “Contacts”.
5. On next page, click the gear icon on the bottom-left corner. Select “Import vCard...”.
6. A window will pop up. Find the vcf file that has been saved to your computer.
7. Double-click the file. iCloud will load and display contacts.
8. You can edit the contacts on web page before logging in iCloud on your iPhone.
9. On your iPhone, go to “Settings”, scroll down, tap “iCloud”. Sign in with your Apple ID.
10. You will be shown with a list of items, such as Mail, Contacts, Calendar, etc. Turn on the switch button after “Contacts” to sync contacts to your iPhone.
3. Import Contacts from Android to iPhone with Google
Google account is widely used on Android devices. Actually it can also be added to iOS devices. If you have always used Google account on your Android device for syncing data, you can sign in the same account on iPhone and copy contacts from Android to iPhone. Click here to know how to set up Google/Gmail account on Android and iPhone. Make sure your Android contacts have been synced to Google. Then add the same account to iPhone and turn on “Contact” sync.
The first way is the easiest solution and suits for all situations, such as transfer photos from Samsung to iPhone or transfer Samsung contacts to iPhone, etc. Method two is more or less complicated but still practical. The last option is also good and more moderate. Pick any one way that suits for you to do Android to iPhone contacts transfer.