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Switching phones isn’t really that difficult, and takes nothing more than popping out the Sim card from one device and putting it in another. And thanks to smartphones (and the advanced operating systems that power them), transferring contacts from one device to another is a walk in the park. Now the question that we get the most is how to go from Android to iPhone without losing our contacts?

Despite the fact that both Android and iPhone’s operating systems are two different worlds, there are infinite ways to transfer your contacts or even data from one device to another. In this article, I’ll tell you some of the easiest ways you can Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone. Let’s begin-

Methods to transfer Android contacts to iPhone:

1. Using .VCF File

A vCard enables you to send contact information in a format that can be easily read in other email programs. A vCard is saved as a .vcf file, which is the Internet standard for sharing contact information. When you send a vCard, it’s actually a .vcf file which is sent with the message as an attachment.

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Step 1: Firstly, on your Android phone, open the “People” or “Contacts” app depending on the phone model.

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

Step 2: After that, you have to tap on “More” or the three dots symbol on the top right of the screen.

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

Step 3: Next, you have to choose to Export contacts to the device storage.

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

Step 4: As soon as you export all your contacts, send yourself an email with VCF file as the attachment on your email account.

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

Step 5: Finally, open that email on your iPhone and tap the attachment located at the bottom of the message. After a while, all your contacts will be saved to your iPhone.

This is somehow the easiest way to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone.

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2. Using the move to iOS App

Apple has made it very easy to transfer contacts or data from Android device to iPhone, thanks to its Move to iOS app for Android devices. This app consolidates all of your Android data such as contacts, texts, photos, videos, calendar and lots more of it and then you can import them into your iPhone over WiFi or Mobile data. However, this method can be used only during the iPhone setup procedure. 

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

Step 1: Firstly, open the Move to iOS app. After that, you have to Wait for a code which will be visible in iPhone set up area. Make sure, you are in iPhone Setup and have selected “Move data from Android”.

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

Step 2: Wait for a while and then you have to use the code (either 6 digits or 10 digits).

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

Step 3: After entering the code, choose Contacts and wait.

Step 4: Finally, set up your iOS device and click Finish.

3. Using Gmail account

Another easy way to transfer your Android contacts to iPhone is by using Gmail account. To transfer data follow the steps:

Step 1: On your Android device, Navigate to Settings >Accounts >Google >Sync Contacts. Thus, your contacts will be synced with Gmail account.

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

Step 2: Now on your iPhone, go to Settings > Mail,Calendar,Contacts > Add Account.

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

Step 3: Finally, select Google from the list and sign in using your Google account with which you’ve synced your contacts. Your contacts will be synced to your iPhone device.

How to Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone

Note: Make sure you have enabled Contacts in Settings menu before you sync.

That’s it! This is how you can easily Transfer Android Contacts to iPhone. In case of any queries or doubts, don’t forget to comment down below.

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