How to transfer photos, contacts, and bookmarks from Android to iPhone
Changing smartphones is no easy task. In fact, it gives a damn job: transfer contacts, applications, photos, music and so on. But with the right tricks, you can save a lot of time and patience.
Migrating your personal data from an Android phone to an iPhone has become a pretty simple task with the help of the Move to iOS app. The tool, produced by Apple itself, allows you to transfer your gallery of photos, calendar contacts, bookmarks and even the Google account during the initial iPhone setup.
For the tool to work, the only prerequisite is to have a good connection to the internet, especially if you have many images stored on the phone.
To make life easier for users, Apple has created an application called “Migrate to iOS.” With it, you can transfer the contacts, message history, photos, videos, email accounts, and calendars. So, download the app on your Android to start the change.
Make a backup copy of everything you have on your phone, so you do not risk losing anything important. To do this, you can use a cloud storage service, which I’ve explained here!
With all the information in the cloud, you can already access everything from your new device, okay?
Connect your smartphones to a Wi-Fi network and start setting up the iPhone. When the “Apps & Data” screen appears, click “Migrate Android data.” Guys, if you’ve already completed the setup, you’ll need to delete your iOS device and start over.
On Android, open the “Migrate to iOS” app and follow the prompts until it prompts you to enter a code. Will this code appear on iOS okay? Just type in Android.
Select the one you want to download and wait for the progress bar to be complete on your iOS device. That means everything is already on your new phone! Look, while waiting for the migration, do not touch any of the devices and leave the application on Android open. If you use another app or receive a call on Android before the download is complete, the content will not be saved, okay?