Easy method Switching from iPhone to Android.
Switching from iPhone to android device needs some data transfer job. It is not that hard as you imagine. First thing first, you need a Gmail account for Google Play Store needs a Google account for you to download and install apps. We also explained thoroughly in our previous post on how to transfer contacts from android to iphone.
Basically, Google runs on your android device. Also all of the pre-installed Google apps like Google Maps and Gmail need a Google account to work. So you maybe have to do first your Gmail account setting up before anything else.
If your contacts are stored locally or you’re using an account other than Gmail, you can also transfer your contacts through iTunes on your Windows or Mac computer.
Once set up, any Google app you have installed, or that you install from the Google Play Store, will be able to tap into this account without problem.
Switching from iPhone to Android by importing into Gmail
It is not that mind bugling, or too complex transferring contacts from android to iPhone. In case your world revolves around Google’s ecosystem, there actually is a way to transfer your contacts via Gmail. It’s pretty simple. Following method #2:
Head up to iCloud.com via your computer.
Select the contacts you want to save.
If you want to save the entire list, click the little gear button at the lower left and Select All.
Click the gear icon and select Export vCard.
Your computer will download a VCF file containing the exported contacts.
Then Log in to your Google account. Click on the Gmail logo, located at the top left corner of your dashboard. Select contacts
Then click the “More” dropdown menu in Contacts, and select Import.
Click Import again. Finally, the contacts will be automatically synced to your Android device(s), connected to this account. How to transfer data from iphone to android via bluetooth, will be the next guide.