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How to Transfer Call History from iPhone to Android Phone

Blake Sullivan Updated on Apr 25, 2022 8:38 PM

Every month you make and receive numerous phone calls and all these call history are important. They keep precise track of who has called, who you called as well as the date, time and duration. Losing these tracks can be troublesome at times. Read this guide carefully and learn an effective method to copy call history from an iPhone to an Android phone.

If you are an iPhone user, you may want to ditch your aged iPhone and switch to a new Android handset. But you may encounter a problem that how to transfer call history from old iPhone to new Android phone. Thankfully, it is not a tough problem troubling you any more. In this article, we will introduce a tool we will use and offer you step-by-step guide about how to move call logs from iPhone to Android device. Let's get it started.

The Software You Need

To transfer call records from an iPhone to an Android phones without any data lost, all you need is a data migrating tool named Phone Transfer, which allows you to handle your iPhone content and migrate over to Android devices with ease.

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It is fitted with some highlight features, like:

  • Supports migrating data between iOS and Android.
  • Supports moving almost everything: contacts, calendar, music, videos, messages, call logs, photos.
  • Back up data on device to computer without any data loss, and retrieve it any time you want
  • Supports erasing phone data permanently within a click of mouse (Mac version)

Now, download and install Phone Transfer first by clicking the above links according to your computer system, then follow the guide below to accomplish the iPhone call history to Android transfer task.

How to Transfer iPhone Call History

Step 1: Connect both devices to computer

Double click the icon of Phone Transfer on your computer to launch it and you will be presented its main interface as below.

To achieve the aim of moving call history to Android from iPhone, hit the blue Phone to Phone Transfer option on the interface to proceed.

Plug both your iPhone and Android device to the computer via USB cables respectively to build connections.

Also remember to enable USB debugging mode on Android device to let the program access to read the stuff and tap Trust on your iPhone if a message pops up to ask whether you trust this computer or not.

[Also see: How to recover text messages from an Android phone]

Step 2: Select call logs from iPhone

Once the two devices connected well, the program will recognize them automatically and display them on the either side of the screen. In this case, ensure that your iPhone is source device on the left block and the Android phone is on the right block as a Target device.

The Flip button located on the center top can chance the two phones' position to go the adverse journey of transferring data from Android to iPhone.

In middle box, check the Call logs item.

Also see: How to recover call history on iPhone.

Step 3: Start transferring call logs from iPhone to Android

Here we come to the last step, just click the green Start Copy button right under the content list to commence the iPhone to Android call history transfer process.

Waiting for a while, your call logs are fully copied to your new Android device when the progress bar is fully filled.

Done! Just open your new Android phone and the call history should all be there.

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iPhone models: iPhone 12 lines, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XR, iPhone XS (Max), iPhone X, iPhone 8/ Plus, iPhone 7/ Plus, iPhone 6s/ Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6/ Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, etc.

Android: Samsung, LG, Sony, Huawei, ZTE, Motorola, OnePlus, Google Pixel, HTC, Xiaomi, etc.

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