How to transfer files from the IPhone to Android

You have decided to leave the world of Apple to embrace the Merry universe of Android, but now a question is needed: How to recover your data? It is possible to transfer all your data (at least most) from your iPhone to your Android smartphone. Here's how to do it.

Some applications promise to make it easier to move from IOS to Android. It is up to you to choose whether you agree that a third party application can manipulate all your personal data, it may be a time saver but at a period when the abuses on private data are beginning to be brought to light it is better to avoid the risks Unnecessary. Anyway, if you are interested you can go take a look at applications such as Wondershare Mobile Trans

A Google account is required
Unfortunately, there is no truly reliable solution to make all the change at one time. Some manufacturers offer a relatively intuitive wizard (Smart Switch for Samsung, Xperia Transfer for Sony) but you have to know that Apple's unique features will not be able to run Android. This way, the data stored on the Apple cloud will not be able to be recovered from the cloud.

That being clear, the first step is to sync as many things as possible with your Google account. In other words, add to your IPhone the Google/Gmail account that is associated with your Android smartphone, and then synchronize everything that interests you (including contacts). So all these items will now be associated with your Google account and will be accessible from Android. Of course, make sure that the synchronization is enabled on your Android device so that it can recover the data.

Solution 1: A file transfer via the cloud
Google Drive is preinstalled on your Android smartphone and allows you to get 15 GB of free storage space. The good news is that you can access Google Drive from your iPhone too. So you just have to install the application and send all the files of your smartphone that you want to recover. Whatever the file, it can be uploaded. Of course, depending on the size and nature of the file, the loading time may be relatively long, but still the easiest solution. Attention, you need a good WiFi connection because if you use the mobile data the operation will greatly consume your plan.

Solution 2: An old file transfer
If you refuse to go through the cloud, you can go through a computer that will act as an intermediary between your two devices. In other words, you need to transfer all your files to your computer (via the Import Pictures and videos command by right-clicking on the device). Once this is on your hard drive, you'll only have to place them on your Android smartphone by simply copying and pasting. To do this, simply plug in your Android device and go to the DCIM directory.

Note that if you have documents registered on ICloud, whatever their nature, you can save them to your hard drive and then transfer them to your Android device.

That's the hardest. You need Apple ITunes and Google Music Manager. To start, check on iTunes that all your music is on your computer: if there is a small cloud icon with a down arrow, this means that it has not been downloaded. Also check that the purchased music is there (it can be hidden in preferences > Store > Mount ITunes in the Cloud purchases). 

When you are sure you have everything, open the Google Music Manager and in the settings page select Upload songs to Google Play. Specify ITunes as the source and let the Google Music Manager Do the rest.

The explanations  are not enough, you can not find some elements on Android? If these are contacts, you can simply go through the Apple iCloud site and manually export them to a file. Then transfer this file to your smartphone, then from the application of the contacts you will be able to carry out the import, ie to recover all the contacts.

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