If you recently decided to switch from iphone to android. One of the first things you’ll want to do is transfer your contacts over to your new smart phone. If you need some guidance, we are here to help. I’m Smyth from PhoneWallpapers.Us. In this article I’ll show you how to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android. Now let’s get started.
How to Transfer Contacts from iPhone to Android
Before you start the process of moving your contacts you’ll need to make sure your contacts list is being synced to iCloud.To ensure that this is set up properly open your iPhone settings. Tap your name at the top of your screen. Then select iCloud. Read Also: How to Transfer Contacts from Android to Android
Make sure the switch beside contacts is green, if it’s not tap the switch to enable your contacts to be synced to iCloud. Once they’re synced you’ll be able to access your contacts list on icloud.com.
To begin, open your computer’s web browser and go to icloud.com. Then sign into your Apple ID account. Click on the contacts icon. Click all contacts on the left. Then hit ctrl + a on your pc keyboard or command + a on your mac. tO select all the contacts on your list.
Now click the gear icon in the bottom left. From the menu that pops up above select export’ vCard. A file containing all your contacts will be saved to your computer’s downloads folder.
Open a new tab in your browser and go to contacts.google.com. Sign in to the Google account you use on your Android. On the left click import contacts. Click choose file, find the contacts file you just created in your downloads folder, then click open.Click the blue import button to add your iPhone’s contacts to your google account.
While setting up your Android device, you should have already linked your Google account, if for some reason you haven’t linked your Google account yet, open your Android settings.
Scroll down and tap accounts. Tap Add Account, select Google. Then sign into your Google account, tap accept, then tap next.
Now that your account has been linked tap Google. Make sure that sync contacts is checked off. Now return to your Android homescreen and open your contacts app. Scroll through the list of contacts to see that all your iPhone contacts have been imported to your Android.
That’s all it takes to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android. Thanks for reading. If you found this article helpful we’d love it if you’d check out Phonewallpapers.Us for free most popular tutorials app.