How Can You Direct Transfer Data Between iPhone And Android Phone

How Can You Directly Transfer Data Between iPhone And Android Phone?

Many users want to transfer data between iPhone and Android phone devices. The main problem is transfer the data into different OS.

To Transfer The Contacts:
If you have Google account then you wouldn't have such problem.

For Setup:
Go to the settings of iPhone-> Mail, Contacts, Calender
Once you entered in contacts section then select Default account. By default it's ticked on iCloud but you have to tick Gmail here. 

All your contacts will be copied in seconds because they are uploaded on the same Google account.

To Transfer The Music:
Just sign in to the Google Play Music from your new device.
Download and install the music manager and select the iTunes option.

To Transfer the Data from Mobile to PC and PC to Mobile:
Import your images and videos from your iPhone to your Windows PC.

Follow these steps:

  1. Connect your iPhone to your computer via the iPhone’s proprietary USB cable, preferably using a USB port at the back of your PC.
  2. Open My Computer. Under the Portable Devices section, find your iPhone’s storage and right-click on its icon.
  3. Click on Import Pictures and Videos from the menu that pops up. This will cause your PC to scan your iPhone for images and videos.
  4. After scanning completes, click on Import to copy found images and videos to your PC. The default location for the copied files will be in a subfolder in your My Pictures folder.
  5. At this point, you may now unplug the iPhone from your PC.
  6. Next, copy the imported videos and images from your PC to your Android device. 

Here’s how to do it:

  1. Connect your Android device to your PC via USB cable. Your Android’s storage should be automatically detected.
  2. Open your Android device’s storage and navigate to the image folder. This is usually the DCIM folder. If you want, create a sub-folder to copy the iPhone photos and videos that you will be copying in the next few steps.
  3. Open the My Pictures folder on your PC.
  4. Copy the imported images and videos from your My Pictures sub-folder to your Android’s images (sub)folder.


See also, directly transfer data between iPhone/iPad/iPod and PC with iPhone manager.

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