How Do You Transfer Contacts from iPhone to Google Pixel
Nowadays, people change their smartphone more frequently than ever before. When you make a switch from an old iPhone to a newly-launched Android device, one thing that you would like to bring with you is your contacts. Well, you're in luck. Here's a guide with multiple ways to help you transfer contacts from iPhone to Android.
There are various options for transferring contacts, depending on what situation you're on. For now, let's focus on the easiest ways you can take to move contacts from iPhone to Android, so you can start calling and messaging your family members and friends on new device.
Option 1: Migrate Contacts Using Phone Transfer
The easiest method is to have an straightforward and reliable tool get iPhone contacts onto Android. That's where Phone Transfer comes in. It offers you an intuitive interface to simplify and accelerate the contacts transferring process, as well as photos, music, videos, call logs, messages, calendar migration. You just connect two both devices, select what you want to move and you're ready to go.
Besides, it can do more than transferring data between iOS and Android (Samsung, Huawei, LG, Sony, Motorola, Google, HTC, etc). It is also an useful tool to allow data backup and restore.
Here's how to get contacts off iPhone and onto Android phone with Phone Transfer.
The contacts transferring process begins. The amount of time takes anywhere from seconds to minutes, depending on how much contacts is being moved from iPhone to new Android phone.
It's important to note here that if you want to erase data in your target iPhone before the transferring process, simply tick Clear data before copy option in the lower right corner of the screen.
Option 2: Sync iPhone Contacts with Google Account
If you want to migrate contacts from iPhone to Android without computer, you can jump to your Google account to sync and transfer all your contacts. The process will be finished on your iPhone and Android phone — no computer necessary.
Now that you have your iPhone contacts synced with Google account, it's time to log in to your Android phone with Google account and enabled Google Contacts sync feature.
Your Android device will automatically import all contacts from Google account.
Also see: How to recover contacts on Android phone.
Option 3: Get iPhone Contacts to Android via iCloud
Apple's iCloud always comes in handy for moving contacts from an iPhone to an Android phone. Here's how to do it. Before making the move, you'll first need to enable iCloud Contacts on iPhone.
Once the syncing process is done, follow these steps to export contacts from iCloud and move to Android phone:
Aside from copying VCF that contains contacts to phone's storage, you can also choose to upload iPhone contacts to Google by importing your vCard using Google Contacts, then sync with your Android device.
Our most popular iPhone tutorials: How to recover deleted contacts on iPhone.
Option 4: Transfer Contacts Using iTunes
If you're not good at planning ahead, there is another old-fashion option — iTunes, for migrating contacts from old iPhone to new Android phone.
Option 5: Email iPhone Contacts to Android Manually
In case you just transfer a contact number or several contacts from iPhone over to Android, you can use the Share Contact option and email them one by one. Here's how:
Repeat the process if you want to send more iPhone contacts to Android.
It's pretty much the whole process and hopefully all the methods mentioned above will be helpful for you.
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iPhone models: iPhone 13 lines, iPhone 12 series, iPhone 11 series, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone X, iPhone 7/ Plus, iPhone 6s/ Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6/ Plus, iPhone 5s, etc.
Android modes: Samsung, LG, Google Pixel, Sony Xperia, HUAWEI, Xiaomi, ZTE, HTC, Acer, Motorola, Lenovo, etc.