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How to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android

Published on 13 December 15
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Apple only released one phone this year and many people were disappointed with the iPhone 6S because there are few improvements comparing to the previous model iPhone 6. On the contract, a few new flagship Android phones were introduced this year, such as Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M8, LG G4 Pro, etc...

As the christmas shopping season is arriving, a lot of iPhone users prefer to buy an Android phone in the coming days. Android and iPhone are totally different devices both in inner and external, so i will introduce two ways to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android to make the transition more smoothly.
Using iCloud for Contacts Transfer:

  1. Go to www.icloud.com in web browser and log in to your iCloud account.
  2. Click on Contacts.
  3. Click on any contact in the All Contacts section and hit Command + A to select all (Control + A on Windows).
  4. Click on the gear icon in the lower left hand corner.
  5. Click on Export vCard...
  6. On your Mac, you should be asked to import your contacts right into the Contacts app. On a Windows computer, you should have the option to save the archive wherever you'd like.
Using iTunes for Contacts Transfer:
  1. Download and launch iTunes.
  2. Connect your iPhone to the computer.
  3. Open the handset’s device summary page.
  4. Click the Info tab.
  5. Check Sync Contacts With and then select Google Contacts.
  6. Type your Google account’s username and password.
  7. Click Apply.
Make sure your Android device is connected to the particular Gmail account.
Allow Google to sync your contacts to your Android phone.














Apple only released one phone this year and many people were disappointed with the iPhone 6S because there are few improvements comparing to the previous model iPhone 6. On the contract, a few new flagship Android phones were introduced this year, such as Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M8, LG G4 Pro, etc...

As the christmas shopping season is arriving, a lot of iPhone users prefer to buy an Android phone in the coming days. Android and iPhone are totally different devices both in inner and external, so i will introduce two ways to transfer contacts from iPhone to Android to make the transition more smoothly.

Using iCloud for Contacts Transfer:

  1. Go to www.icloud.com in web browser and log in to your iCloud account.
  2. Click on Contacts.
  3. Click on any contact in the All Contacts section and hit Command + A to select all (Control + A on Windows).
  4. Click on the gear icon in the lower left hand corner.
  5. Click on Export vCard...
  6. On your Mac, you should be asked to import your contacts right into the Contacts app. On a Windows computer, you should have the option to save the archive wherever you'd like.


Using iTunes for Contacts Transfer:
  1. Download and launch iTunes.
  2. Connect your iPhone to the computer.
  3. Open the handset’s device summary page.
  4. Click the Info tab.
  5. Check Sync Contacts With and then select Google Contacts.
  6. Type your Google account’s username and password.
  7. Click Apply.


Make sure your Android device is connected to the particular Gmail account.

Allow Google to sync your contacts to your Android phone.

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