Posted by Aimee , Apr 30, 2018
iPhone or Android? Which one do you prefer? Maybe you have made the choice after deliberate comparison. In recent years, as many Android phones release in the mobile market, lots of iPhone users want or already have left Apple's embrace and joined the world of Android. However, they've got one common question: What about the stuff? Due to their different platforms, how can we copy the most important contacts info from iPhone to Android? Well, you've come to the right place. We can help with that.
Available methods are presented in this guide, which enables you to sync contacts between iPhone and Android within simple clicks. Please take a short time to have a check.
In case you want to move specific contacts only, you can use the Share Contact option. Just open up the contacts up and select the contact you want to save. Then swipe down and select the tab, which allows you to either share it via email or text.
But I have to say this method has one limitation. That is, if the number of contacts you want exceeds ten, this is obviously not your place to go. In this case, you need to try another method in part 2.
Thanks to the developments of the technology of smartphone, now you are able to copy your contacts from iPhone to Android in batches with ease if you try RecoveryTool Phone Transfer. It offers you an easier and quicker way to complete the copying. 3 steps are outlined as below.
Step 1: Install and Launch Phone Transfer
First and foremost, please download and install Phone Transfer on your PC. Run it and you'll see the below main window. Click "Phone to Phone Transfer" to go on.
Step 2: Connect both iPhone and Android
Now you need to get your iPhone and Android connected to your PC via USB. Once being detected by the software, they will be respectively set as "Source" and "Destination". If they are in wrong places, you can exchange them by clicking "Flip".
(Note: Please make sure you have iTunes installed on your PC before copying. If not, RecoveryTool Phone Transfer will detect and remind you.)
Step 3: Start to Copy iPhone Contacts to Android
It's high time to copy your iPhone contacts to Android now. Tick "Contacts" in the middle column then tap on "Start Copy" to begin the copying.
If you only get a small list of contacts to move, you can try the first method. On the contrary, if there are a bunch of contacts needs to be copied, then RecoveryTool Phone Transfer is your best choice. Mighty and handy, you deserve to have a download and try!