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Gone are the days when switching between iOS and Android was a complicated and time-consuming process. But now it's get easier. We have already covered how to get back lost stuff you deleted on iPhone, so it's time to tackle another frequently asked question, data migration!
Q: "I have my iPhone for years. At this stage I want to go back to Android and got my hands on the new HTC phone. Run though lots of methods and suggestions on the net to get the data, mainly contacts, music messages and some photos from my iPhone to the new HTC handset, but not worked quite well so far. Is there iTunes for HTC as well? Any ways to do this?"
Actually, there are a number of methods to migrate the data from an iPhone to a HTC Android phone. For example, if you want to move contacts, one way is through Google account or Gmail. With a few taps on both your devices, the contacts will be easily transferred. But if you move a large amount of different files together simultaneously, such as contacts, text messages, pictures, music, video, etc, then it is necessary to locate a more useful approach to get all this files moved with one click.
Luckily, Phone Transfer is primarily responsible for such kinds of task. It can transfer almost everything such as contacts, text messages, photos, music tracks and other files from phone straight to phone without any hassle. Losing and breaking your device don't necessarily mean you lose all the content as longs as the data has been backed up at the beginning. This program allows you to save what you think is important to the computer where you can get back the files.
Let's have a look at how it works in data moving from iPhone to HTC phone.
Step 1: Get iPhone and HTC connected to the computer and launch the software
First and foremost, connect your iPhone and HTC smartphone to the computer and fire up Phone Transfer. From the main interface, choose the green mode labeled "Phone to Phone Transfer" to proceed.
Once you've connected your both devices successfully, the icons of both will be seen on the screen, with iPhone's icon on the left and HTC's on the right. If not, press Flip button to get it right.
It's important to note here that you'll have to enable USB Debugging Mode on HTC phone.
Step 2: Choose what data you want to migrate
In this stage, on the middle pane of the screen, check the boxes pertaining to the content you want to transfer from iPhone to HTC smartphone, whether it be contacts, messages, calendars, call logs, or something else. By default, the program has all data selected.
Note that at the bottom right corner there is a "Clear data before copy" option available for you to choose before the transfer process. Checking it will erase the contents on your new HTC phone, if you already finished setup it, and start over.
Step 3: Start the data transfer process
With data files being chosen, press the Start Copy button at the bottom center. The iPhone data to HTC migrating process begins. This should take a moment.
When complete, your selected data files should now be on your new HTC Android smartphone.
You also have the option of using the Phone Transfer software to backup your data on iphone to computer regularly. It's considered by many to be one of the most efficient backup apps, so it's worth checking out.