Posted by Aimee , Jan 30, 2017
When having a lovely new iPhone 7 plus, what is the first thing you will do? I guess most of us will choose to transfer contacts from Android phone to iPhone firstly, since they are very important for us. But we always face one problem that even we have followed the guidance, copied over the folder on my SD card via my PC, it's still helpless. In this situation, you can use the easy and reliable Phone Transfer to migrate all your phone numbers from Android to iPhone, which is totally different in OS.
Our Using Experience of Phone Transfer:
"Easy and effective! Without any complicated operations, I can easily transfer my contacts, phone numbers, and mail addresses on my Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to the new iPhone. How convenient it is!"
The latest version is for:
Mac OS X 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, 10.7 and 10.6
Supported Phone Brands:
Android: Samsung Galaxy, Google Nexus, Sony Xperia, LG, HTC One, Motorola, HUAWEI, Lenovo, Xiaomi, etc.
iOS: iPhone 7/7 Plus/6s Plus/6s/6 Plus/6/5s/5c/5, etc.
Step 1: Connect the old Android and your new iPhone 7 to PC
- Download Phone Transfer.
- Install and then run this program.
- Get your old Android and the new iPhone connected to the the same PC via USB port.
- Select Phone to Phone Transfer mode.
- Make sure the Android is set as Source device while the iPhone as Destination device. Otherwise, you need to click the "Flip" and reset them to the right place.
Step 2: Connect the two phones to your PC
Highlight "Contacts" in the middle menu. Phone Transfer will scan all phone numbers on your phone automatically.
One thing deserves to be mentioned is that if you select the box "Clear data before copy", all the contacts in your destination phone will be overwritten.
Step 3: Copy Android Contact list to iPhone
Click "Start Copy". Remember not to disconnect either phone during the copying. And when the task is done, just click "OK".
Done! Now you can check the phone number list on your new iPhone, where all your contacts have been well moved.
In the other way, you can also export Android contacts in vCard format to PC and then copy it to the new iPhone. But I have to say this will take more time and steps, because sometimes it's quite difficult to find out the vCard file on your Android storage. Besides this Phone Transfer, we also provide the other program about how to transfer other data such as SMS, music and photos, etc.
Looking forward to your try and feedback!