Want to transfer data from Android to iPhone 7 but do not know how? Here in this guide we list some easy to operate methods to help you move data from Android to iPhone 7/7 Plus.
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Apple released its new generation iPhone in September, which is called iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Now you have got one as your first iPhone, then you may be concerned about transferring contacts, messages, photos, videos and more from your Android to the new iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus.
Here in this guide we collect some easy to operate methods to help you move data from Android to iPhone 7 smoothly. You can first read these methods and then choose the one you prefer to transfer the data you need from Android to iPhone 7/7 Plus. By the way, we also offer the guide to help you Set Up and Activate Your New iPhone 7, and also give you some useful Tips and Tricks to Maintain Your iPhone 7.
Part 1. Transfer Data to iPhone 7/7 Plus with AnyTrans
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- Send music, photos and videos from Android to iPhone 7 directly.
- Transfer more than 20 + types of contents from computer to iPhone. You can first move Android files to computer and then copy them to your iPhone 7/7 Plus.
- Let you transfer iPhone 7 data to computer/external hard drive as backup with no limits. iTunes just cannot make it.
Transfer Data from Android to iPhone 7/7 Plus with AnyTrans
Once you have moved your Android phone data to computer, then you can follow the guide listed below to transfer data to your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus.
Part 2. Transfer Data from Android to iPhone 7/7 Plus with Move to iOS
Move to iOS is Apple's first Android app, which is created to help you transfer data from Android to iPhone 7 in an easy way.
- Supports phone running Android 4.0 and later.
- Lets you transfer contacts, messages, cameral photos and videos, web bookmarks, mail accounts, calendars, wallpaper.
- The free apps used on Android will be suggested as downloads on App Store, and the paid apps will be added to user's iTunes wish list.
Detailed Steps to Transfer Data from Android to iPhone 7
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Step 1. Set up your iPhone 7 until reach the Apps & Data screen > Choose Move Data from Android. If you have already set up your iPhone as new, then you can go to Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings to restart.
Step 2. On your Android phone, go to Google Play to download and install Move to iOS app > Open it.
Step 3. Tap Continue on Android and iPhone 7/7 Plus > Tap Agree and Next on your Android phone.
Step 4. Enter the 10-digit code on your Android phone displayed on the iPhone. Then your Android phone will connect your iPhone 7 via a private Wi-Fi network.
Step 5. Select the data you want to transfer on Android > Tap on Next option to move data from Android to iPhone 7/7 Plus.
Part 3. Sync Contacts/Mail/Calendars from Android to iPhone 7/7 Plus
Sync Email/Calendars/Contacts to iPhone 7/7 Plus
The iPhone supports Google, Exchange, Yahoo and many other email providers, so you can log in your email account on iPhone 7 and use the same contacts, calendars on your Android phone. Here take Gmail for example.
Step 1. On your Android phone, go to Settings > Select your Gmail account and tap Sync Calendars > Tap Sync Now. Contacts will also be synced at the same time.
Step 2. On your iPhone 7, go to Settings > Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Choose Add Account > Choose Google Gmail > Enter your account info > Tap Next > Turn on Mail, Contacts and Calendars.
If you use some social media apps like Facebook, Twitter, Sina Weibo, and store the contacts or calendars in those accounts, then you can sync contacts or calendars to iPhone 7 via them. First download the app in App Store. After you have installed them on iPhone 7, go to Settings > Find Facebook, Twitter or other social media apps > Sign in with your account > Turn on Contacts and Calendar.
Part 4. Sync Music/Photos/Videos to iPhone 7/7 Plus with iTunes
If you can stand the complicated and time-consuming process, then you can try this method to transfer Android songs, photos and videos to iPhone 7 via iTunes. Go to download and install the latest iTunes on Mac or PC computer.
One important thing you should know: When using iTunes to sync data, it will erase the existing content on your iPhone 7. If you do not want to lose anything, then go to Part 1 to let one iTunes alternative to help you.
Transfer Data from Android to iPhone 7/7 Plus with iTunes
Step 1. Connect your Android phone to computer and copy the songs, photos, videos you want to transfer to a new folder on computer. You can install Android File Transfer on Mac or install AnyTrans for Android on PC to help you make it.
Step 2. Disconnect your Android and plug in your iPhone 7 > Open iTunes.
Step 3. Sync Music: Click on File > Choose Add Folder to Library > Choose the folder you created before and transfer music to iTunes library > Click on Device tab > Choose Music > Sync Music > Choose the entire library or specific songs > Apply.
Step 4. Sync Photos and Videos: Click Device tab > Choose Photos > Sync Photos > Select the folder you created before > Choose All folders and select include videos > Apply.
Hope this guide can help you transfer data from Android to iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus successfully. If you have any other idea, just share it in Comment Section. And if you find this guide is helpful, do not forget to share it with your friends.
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