πŸ“² How to Move Contacts, Data, Documents, Photos and Music from Android πŸ€– to iPhone 🍏


Hello everybody! In today’s video, you will see how to move
all your data from an Android device to an iPhone, including contacts, photos, videos,
music and other information. If you decided to move from an old Android
device to a brand new iPhone and you are wondering if there is any way to transfer the data you
need from the old phone to the new one – this is the right video to watch at the right time,
as today you’ll see every step in great detail. So, let’s begin. The first method we can use to move data from
an Android device to iPhone is to transfer it manually, with the help of a computer. In order to move contacts, photos, music,
videos and documents from Android to iOS, you need a computer with the iTunes app installed. To begin with, connect your Android device
to the computer and locate your photos, videos, music, documents and other information you
need to transfer. Most devices tend to keep photos and videos
in the folder with the name DCIM>camera (or a directory with a similar name). Naturally, you can find music in the folder
with the same name. The same is true about documents. Select the data you want to move and copy
it to the computer. When the copying process is over, disconnect
the Android device from the computer, and connect your iPhone to this computer instead. Open the iTunes app on the computer to synchronize
photos, videos, music etc with the iPhone. After synchronization, your data will be available
in the corresponding folders on your new phone. For example, you will find photos in the Photos
app, Music – in the Music app. Select «Books» from the iTunes menu to find
ePub books and PDF files: they can be located in the Books app when you select All Books. For contacts, the easiest way to go is by
using default menu items “Import/Export.” In this case, you don’t have to download
any additional apps or enable synchronization. How is that? On your Android smartphone, open Contacts,
and search the menu for the “Import/Export” line. Find “Export to storage” on this list. A file with the extension .vcf will be created
on your phone, and this format is also supported by Apple devices. Now you should copy this file to your iPhone
with iCloud, Bluetooth or iTunes. Send the file containing contacts to the corresponding
email address of your iCloud, and open the message with the Mail app. Otherwise, synchronize the devices and send
the file by Bluetooth. Here’s one more way: copy a file to the
computer and then drag it to ITunes synchronized with your iPhone. After the file is copied to the iPhone, import
phone numbers: Contacts – Import/Export – and select the corresponding file. Another method you can use involves the SIM
card, but the number of contacts you can transfer is limited, from 200 to 400 items. In this case, select a SIM card when exporting
contacts from your Android device. Then insert this card into the iPhone, open
the settings – Contacts, and enable importing contacts from the SIM card. After that, all phone numbers will be copied
to the corresponding directory. Talking of apps, most of those available for
Android devices can also be found in AppStore. So you just open AppStore, find the programs
you’d like to use and install them to your iPhone. For another method of moving data, you will
need a Wi-Fi connection, a special app, and some free time. Turn on Wi-Fi on your Android smartphone,
and download the app called “Move to iOS.” Now make sure that your iPhone has enough
free space for receiving all data from the Android device. Connect both devices to their chargers because
transferring data may take a long time. If you want to have your bookmarks transferred
too, update Google Chrome to its latest version. While you set up your new iOS device, look
for the “Apps & Data” screen. Then tap “Move Data from Android.” If you already finished setup for your new
iPhone, you need to erase your iOS device and start everything over. To do it, go to Settings>General>Reset
>Erase All Content and Settings, and confirm your decision to remove data. Turn the iPhone on, and tap Set Up Manually. Select your language, Wi-Fi network and follow
the wizard directions. In the “Apps & Data” screen, tap “Move
Data from Android.” If you don’t want to erase data, then move
it manually as shown a little earlier in this video. To go on with the transfer, on your Android
device, open the Move to iOS app and tap Continue. Read the license agreement, tap Agree, then
tap Next in the top-right corner of the “Find Your Code” screen. On your iOS device, tap Continue on the screen
called Move from Android. Then wait for a ten-digit or six-digit code
to appear. If your Android device shows you a notification
that the Internet connection quality is poor, just ignore it. Enter the code on your Android device. Then wait for the Transfer Data screen to
appear. Select the content that you want to transfer
and tap Next. Even if your Android indicates that the process
is complete — don’t do anything to both devices until the loading bar that appears
on your iOS device is full. The transferring process may take some time
depending on the amount of data you are moving. The following data can be moved: contacts,
message history, camera photos and videos, Internet bookmarks, mail accounts and calendars. Besides, some free apps can be moved, if they
are available both on Google Play and AppStore. After the loading bar is full on your iOS
device, tap Done on your Android device. Then tap Continue on your iOS device and follow
the onscreen directions to finish setup operations. After the request, enter the password to your
Google account to synchronize mail and calendars. Now make sure that all the data you have selected
has been transferred. You may need to move music, books and PDF
documents manually. As to apps, automatic installation is possible
only for those available for free from AppStore. All other apps have to found and then downloaded
manually. If you know any other easier ways to transfer
data, we will be happy to see them in your comments under this video. The methods described in this video are so
simple that even a novice user can cope with them. Just follow the directions carefully, and
everything will be fine. That is all for now! Hopefully, this video was useful. Remember to click the Like button and subscribe
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