A Complete Guide to Switch from Android to iPhone
Android to iPhone apps are not much. In facts, it only makes three, of which two are music apps. But it’s the third that makes the difference. Move to iOS is designed to make swapping Android for iOS as easy as possible.
Apple’s app was introduced in iOS 9, and it’s available for iPhones running that OS or later. It supports iPhones from the iPhone 5 onwards, iPads from the fourth generation, iPad minis from the second generation and the sixth generation iPod touch. On Android you’ll need to be running version 4.0 of Android or later.
Note: Do not attempt to set up your iPhone or other iOS device until you’ve installed the Move to iOS app, it expects to see a factory-fresh (or at least, factory reset) device and it’s always hard to sort out on a phone or tablet that’s already been set up.
Android to iphone guide
Make sure both iOS and Android devices are plugged in, your Android device must be connected to Wi-Fi, make sure your iOS device has enough storage: unlike many Android devices, which support extra storage via microSD cards, iOS devices’ storage is fixed.
Get your iOS device ready
It high time we started doing something noticeable…. Now you can start to set up your iOS device. When you get to the Apps & Data screen you should see an option to Move Data from Android.
Open the app in Android
On your Android device, choose Move to iOS and wade through the terms and conditions. You should now see the Find Your Code screen and a tempting ‘Next’ link. Tap on it.
Get the code
You should now see a Continue link on the Move from Android screen. Tap on it, and you should now see a code displayed. You’ll need to give this code to your Android device.
Enter the code
Once you’ve entered the code on your Android device you should now see the Transfer Data screen. This enables you to choose what content to transfer: the options include contacts, message history, photos and videos you’ve taken, web bookmarks, email accounts and calendars.
Don’t do anything on either device until that progress bar has completed too.
Finish the Work
Once the progress bar finishes on your iOS device you can tap Done on Android and Continue on iOS to finish setting up your phone.
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