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How to Transfer Video Files from ZTE to iPhone 11 (Pro, Pro Max) - 5 Ways

Rob Parsons Updated on Apr 15, 2022 4:11 PM

A few days ago I bought an new iPhone 11 Pro Max for my mom. She almost had no way to hide her love over the new fancifully gadget. Now she attempted to send video recorded on the old ZTE phone to iPhone 11 and asked me a help. I'm wondering if there is any simple way to get videos moved to the new iPhone?

Get a new iPhone 11 and want to move the videos stored on the old ZTE Android phone to it? You're not alone. This is a common problem faced by users when switching from Android to iOS. The good news is, there are many of programs and services you can do your bit to help. The Apple itself includes a few options for ZTE video to iPhone 11 transfer, but you'll find a lot of third party utilities out there as well.

Read on to find out how to make a video migration smooth between your ZTE and iPhone.

Option 1: Apple's Move to iOS

Apple, which cares the user experience much, has developed Move to iOS app to assist people to get videos off from ZTE phone to iPhone 11 (Pro & Pro Max). It prevents you from the danger of permanently losing movies. Whereas, it does not support such operation of selectively moving video files.

Before the normal process, make sure that your iPhone 11 has not been set up yet. If it is set, you will need to erase the data and perform a factory reset.

  • Set up your iPhone 11 (Pro, Max) until you reach the "Apps & Data" screen.
  • Select "Move data from Android".
  • Tap "Continue" to get the 10-digit code.
  • Install and open the Move to iOS app on your old ZTE device.
  • Tap Continue > Agree > Next to enter "Find Your Code" screen.
  • Enter the 10-digit code you get from iPhone.
  • On the "Transfer Data" screen on ZTE, select "Camera Roll".
  • Tap "Next" to begin the video transfer.

transferring video on ZTE phone to a new iPhone 11 without computer

Option 2: Phone Transfer

So what if you want to pursue a pretty efficient and straightforward method to move all video files from ZTE over to iPhone 11 (Pro & Pro Max)? Here I'd like to show a third-party software applications called Phone Transfer. Just as the name implies, it is a strong migration app which supports the move of your data (contacts, photos, music, texts, videos, etc.) in batches fleetly, and performs a perfect one-click operation over the shift process.

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Be mindful that the information in the following guide applies to the reverse process of transfer data from iPhone to Android.

Step 1. Plug your both ZTE smartphone and iPhone 11 to computer. Run Phone Transfer, you will notice a "Phone to Phone Transfer" tab in green on the screen, click it to move on.

Remember to turn on the USB debugging mode on ZTE phone to get permission to access the device.

Step 2. In the next screen that opens, select box next to "Videos" option in the list. Beware though, if the devices are located in the wrong place, you should reverse their positions by use of Flip button.

Step 3. Click Start Copy button to start copying ZTE videos to iPhone 11.

Done! Simple right? Try it now!

Option 3: Apple's iTunes

iTunes is another well-known management software program that can help you transfer movies from ZTE phone to iPhone 11 (Pro & Pro Max). To work with the software, a desktop is quite necessary at hand.

  • Connect ZTE mobile phone to computer.
  • Find videos you'd like to move in DCIM > Camera. (Mac users download Android File Transfer, open and find DCIM > Camera.)
  • Drag and drop movies to a new folder on the computer.
  • Attach your new iPhone 11 with machine and launch iTunes.
  • Find and choose "Movies" or "TV Shows" in iTunes.
  • Select "Sync Movies" or "Sync TV Shows".
  • Choose the folder into which you saved your videos before.
  • Click "Apply" to initiate sync.

If you are the one keeping ideologism and conditioned to employ computers, you can choose this method. After all, people who is used to running iTunes invariably to deal with iPhone files occupies a large proportion even though it is a bit time-consuming.

Option 4: Google Drive app

Apple has made iTunes a safer file-sharing service, but for an easier life when working cross-platform, Google Drive might be your nice choice here. Kindly note that you're required to download Google Drive app on both portable devices, and log into the same Google account on the two phones. Just see that how to share movies on ZTE to iPhone 11 (Pro & Pro Max) with it's assistance.

  • Launch Google Photos app on ZTE and find videos you'll move.
  • Press "Share" > "Save to Drive" of the video.
  • Tap "Save" button to finish uploading videos to Google Drive.
  • Enter Google Drive on iPhone 11 and log into Google account.
  • Tap the search bar, select "Videos" in the list.
  • Choose the video you wanna save, tap More.
  • Tap Send a copy, and choose Save videos.

That's it! And there is an extra reminder is that keep a stable Wi-Fi connection before you take this fix.

Option 5: Feem

Feem is another simple app that's well worth a try when it comes to migrating a video from ZTE to iPhone 11 (Pro & Pro Max) free.

50 times faster than Bluetooth, Feem is a free, cross-platform app specifically designed for file sharing between your Android device and iPhone. It doesn't require any cables, active internet or third-party device as a matter of fact. The whole process is quite straightforward: Just run Feem on the both device, choose files to share, select the receiver, click Upload, Bam! Simple, quick and effortless.

  • Download Feem on both ZTE and iPhone 11.
  • Make sure that both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
  • Open Feem on both devices.
  • Select the videos files you want to send from ZTE.
  • Tap the Send button in the bottom right.
  • Select your iPhone 11 name from the list.
  • Tap the Send button again.

Now Feem will start sending videos from ZTE over to iPhone 11. Once it's done, your iPhone will display a notification showing that the files have transferred successfully.

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