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How to Transfer Contacts from Android to iPhone

If you purchased a new iPhone, Or just upgrade iOS 8 from iOS 7, the transfer of data is certainly important task you most want to accomplish, and when your important data are stored at the Android Phone, many users do not have enough experience transfer data between iOS and Android, they are more worried about losing important data, so many users want to know how to quickly transfer Contacts from Android to iPhone, and all content it transfers is 100% the same as the original one.

Mobile Transfer is one of the best mobile transfer toolsWhich allow you to switch contacts from Android to iPhone 6/5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS and transfer other data such as Messages,Songs,Photos,Videos,Call history ect. Between includes LG, Samsung, HTC and Motorola.According to the following steps, you can easily transfer all your Contacts from Android to iPhone.

Download the free trial version of Mobile Transfer and detailed steps as follows.

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One Click Transfer Contacts from Android Phone to iPhone 6

Step 1. Run MobileTrans on your computer

First of all, you need to download, inatall and Run Mobile Transfer on your computer, then you can click “Phone to Phone Transfer” button when you see the main interface as follow.Then use USB cables to connect both of your phones to the same computer.

Note: First you should make sure your computer is installed itunes, if not, this tool will remind you to install

Step 2 .Transfer Contacts from Android to iPhone

The program will delete your devices automatically,you can see the main interface as follow. And you should make sure that they are put on the right places. If not, click the “Flip” button to change their place.

If you just want to copy your contacts, here you need to select “contacts” and click “Start Copy” button.

When the transfer progress is over, click “OK” to end it.

As long as you follow a few steps above, I believe a few minutes to transfer all of your data, including music, text messages, contacts or photos, of course, also supports the transfer of all data between iPhone, Android, Nokia (Symbian) phones and BlackBerry.

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