Method 5 – Export contacts to GMail with iTunes
- Download and launch iTunes.
- Connect your iPhone to the computer.
- Open the handset’s device summary page.
- Click on the Information tab.
- Check “Synchronize contacts with” then select “Google Contacts”.
- Enter your Google account username and password.
- Click Apply.
Step 1: On your iPhone, go to Settings > [Your Name] > iCloud > enable iCloud service for contacts. Tap Merge in the pop-up window. Step 3: Connect your Android phone to computer, copy the VCF file to local storage and import contacts from Contacts or People app.
Step 1 Go to Contacts app on your iPhone, find the contacts you want to transfer to SIM card, select Share Contact and share these contacts via email. Step 2Download shared vCards via email to Android phone. Connect your Android phone to computer, go to Contacts app, click Import from USB storage.
Set up your GMAIL account on your iPhone for calendar synchronization:
If you have iCloud enabled on your iPhone, this method to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android should take no time. On your iPhone, go to Settings, choose “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”, then choose “Accounts” where you should see “iCloud” listed. Choose this option, then turn on the toggle for “Contacts.”
Step 1 Back up your iPhone data to iCloud. Step 2 Install the Smart Switch app on your Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ and choose the iOS Device option. Step 3 Log in your iCloud account and select contacts. Tap the IMPORT option to start transferring contacts from iPhone to Samsung.
Method 2: Transfer Contacts from iPhone to Android: Google Drive
- Launch Google Drive on your iPhone.
- Tap the menu icon ≡ , then the “gear” icon.
- Press “Save”.
- You can change your backup settings here. When you’re ready, scroll down and tap “Start Backup.”
Import contacts from your SIM card to your iPhone
This way you won’t lose your contacts if you change your SIM card or phone.
- Find “Import/Export” Tap Apps. Tap Contacts. Tap the menu icon.
- 2a – Back up contacts to your phone. Tap Import from SIM card. Tap Device. Tap Select All.
- 2b – Back up contacts to your SIM. Tap Export to SIM card. Tap Select All.
Method 2 – iCloud
Go to “Settings” > Tap on “Accounts & Passwords” > Tap on that Gmail account > Enable the button next to “Contacts”. I tried two methods above, but your iPhone contacts won’t sync with Google, then set your Gmail account as default. Open the “Settings” app on your iPhone, then go to “Contacts”.
Google introduces an easier way to sync Gmail contacts to your iPhone
- Open the Settings app on your device.
- Select Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
- Select Add Account…
- Select Other.
- Select Add CardDAV Account.
- Fill in your account information in the following fields:
- Select Next at the top of your screen.
How to Import iPhone Contacts to Gmail
- Step 1: Connect iPhone and Galaxy S10 (Plus) to computer. Launch Phone Transfer on your Windows or Mac desktop and connect your iPhone and Samsung S10(+).
- Step 2: Select contacts from your old iPhone.
- Step 3: Start copying contacts to Samsung Galaxy S10 (Plus)
Just go to your iPhone and sign in the iCloud account. After logging into the account, go to Sync Contacts with Cloud, then go to computer and browse iCloud.com now. Download all your contacts from the site to your computer and transfer them to your Samsung Galaxy S8.
Can you transfer data from iPhone to Samsung?
If you’re switching from an iPhone to a Samsung phone, you can use the Samsung Smart Switch app to transfer your data from an iCloud backup or from the iPhone itself using a USB cable. on-the-go” (OTG).
Conveniently, there are two ways to transfer contacts from iPhone to Samsung using iCloud. To do this, go to your iCloud settings and enable the option to sync contacts with iCloud. Methods 1: Import a vCard. After syncing your iPhone contacts with iCloud, go to iCloud.com and sign in to your account.
How to transfer from iPhone to Samsung?
Method #1 – Restore via iCloud
Transfer your contacts and data.
- Download and install Samsung Smart Switch app from Play Store on your new phone.
- Choose whether your phone is an iOS, Android, or BlackBerry device and tap Start.
- If you have an iPhone, tap iOS Device.
- You will need to choose Send on your old phone and Receive on your new one.
Select “Contacts” and anything you want to transfer. Check “Sync now” and your data will be saved on Google’s servers. Start your new Android phone; it will ask for your Google account information. When you sign in, your Android automatically syncs contacts and other data.
On your computer, open iCloud.com and enter your Apple ID and password. Click Contacts from the options given, then select the contacts you want to sync from your iPhone to Gmail. Tap on Settings and click on Export vCard option. Open Google Contacts and sign in or go to contacts.google.com.
Start your backup
Sync them with iTunes
- Connect your iPhone to your computer using a USB cable.
- Click the Device button, then click Info.
- Select the items/files you want to sync.
- Tap Sync at the bottom of the screen and all your iPhone contacts will be copied to your PC.
Backup iPhone Contacts in CSV or vCard Format
How to Import Contacts from iPhone to Mac With or Without iCloud
- Contents :
- On your iPhone:
- Step 1: Open your iPhone, go to Settings.
- Step 2: Click Your Name > iCloud > turn on iCloud service for contacts.
- on your Mac:
- Step 3: Open your Mac, click Apple menu, choose System Preferences.
- Step 4: Check contacts and click Manage.
Backup Android Contacts Using SD Card or USB Storage
Here is how to sync your contacts with Gmail account:
- Make sure Gmail is installed on your device.
- Open the app drawer and go to Settings, then “Accounts & sync”.
- Enable the Accounts & Sync service.
- Select your Gmail account in the Mail Accounts Setup.
Transfer Contacts with Google Account (Advanced)
Skip to step 11 of this guide if you want to copy your contacts from the SIM card.
- Swipe up.
- Select Settings.
- Scroll down and select Cloud and accounts.
- Select Accounts.
- Select Google.
- Make sure Sync Contacts is selected.
- Select the Menu button.
- Select Sync now.
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