How to Correctly Transfer Android Mobile Data to iPhone iOS Device

By posted on September 30, 2017 6:04AM

Ready to make a move?  If you are Serious about switching from Android to iPhone or are ready to make the switch, this post will explain how to Transfer Android Mobile Data to iPhone iOS Device.

If you are serious about switching from Android to iPhone or really want to make the switch, this post will explain deeply How to Correctly Transfer Android Mobile Data to iPhone iOS Device.

The good news is, it’s really pretty easy and simple, and everything about iOS is designed to be easy. That includes switching to it. With just a few steps, you can transfer your Mobile Data automatically and securely from your Android device with the Move to iOS app. No need to save your stuff elsewhere like: to save your Photos, Videos and other Contents on your computer and transfer that to your iPhone iOS device. The Move to iOS app securely transfers all kinds of Mobile data for you.

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Including your Contacts, Messages, Photos, Videos, Email Accounts, Calendars and much more.

You can download the app free from the App Stores, as long as they are available on the Apple app store and Google Play.

To get start How to Correctly Transfer Android Mobile Data to iPhone iOS Device without losing any Data,

Download Move to iOS from Google Play.

Get Ready to Transfer Android Mobile Data to iPhone iOS Device.

Transfer Android Mobile Data to iPhone iOS Device

Here are a few important things to know before start transferring Android mobile data to iPhone IOS Device.

  1. Restart your Android.
    2. Make sure your Android is connected to Wi-Fi.
    3. Plug your iPhone iOS Device and your Android Mobile into the charger.
    4. Make sure you have enough storage space on your iPhone to fit everything on your Android.
    5. You can’t use your Android during the transfer process. For example, if a call interrupts the transfer, it won’t work.

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Let’s go

On your Apple iOS Device “iPhone”

Start by turning on your iPhone and navigating through the first few screens of the startup menu (Hello, selecting your language and region, activating Wi-Fi and cellular and setting up Touch ID/or a passcode).

When you get to the Apps & Data page in your startup navigation select Move Data from Android.

Transfer Android Mobile Data to iPhone iOS Device

On your Android Mobile Phones

Open the Move to iOS app on your Android. Tap Continue and then agree to the terms and conditions. On the Find Your Code screen select next at the top-right corner.

Back to your iPhone

On your iOS, you should be on the screen called Move from Android. Tap Continue and wait for a six to 10 digit code to appear.

Back to your Android

Enter the code on your Android. A Transfer Data Screen will appear.

Choose the content you want to transfer and hit next.

Wait

Set both devices down and let the transfer run. Wait until the bar on your iOS finishes. Even if your Android says it’s done, wait for the iOS.

Remember, you can’t use your Android to do other things while the transfer is running. If you try to play a game while you’re waiting, the transfer won’t work. If you watch a tutorial or text you’re Friend or like a cute pic of this bulldog, you follow… seriously, the transfer from your Android to iPhone will not work.

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You’re ready

After you’ve waited patiently for the loading bar to finish on your iPhone, select Done on your Android. On your iOS, tap Continue and follow the instructions to finish setting up your new phone.

Looking for switching iOS to Android?

If you want to switch from iOS to Android, don’t worry, we’ll have a post on that soon.

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