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The much-awaited iPhone 7 will be unveiled in few days, the new idevice brings a big upgrade whatever hardware or software compares to its predecessor, if you are an Android user, who was thinking about switching from Android to the new iPhone 7, and what you may concern as well is moving your data to the new iPhone 7 without loss, and this article takes contact as example to guide you how to move your data from a Samsung Android phone to a new iPhone 7.
Actually, there are many ways of transferring data from Android to iPhone, especially if you just want to transfer your contacts. The simplest way is swapping the SIM card, make sure that your two cell phones take the similar size SIM card, otherwise, you can cut down the card with the machine to fit your phone, but notice that your contacts may be gone permanently if the card was broken carelessly. The following method can be much safer and more effective.
If you own a Google account and have been using it yet, Google Contacts Service turns out to be a good stuff. Two steps as following can move all your contacts from Samsung Android to iPhone 7.
Step 1. Go to "Settings" on your Samsung Android phone, select "Accounts", add account and sign in your Google Account, then enable "Sync Contacts" to backup all your contacts from Samsung Android phone to Google.
Step 2. Navigate to your new iPhone 7, open Settings > Mail Contacts Calendars > Add Account . Tap Other, and under Contacts, click on Add CardDav Account to enter your Google email account. Tap Next and syncing should commence immediately. before long, all of your Android contacts would be saved on iPhone 7.
Apple brought this app to the public when released iOS 9, the Move to iOS App supports transferring Contacts, Messages, Camera photos, Videos, Calendars from android phone to the new iPhone using wireless connection.
This app makes the process of moving from Android to iPhone simpler, however, please note that the Move to iOS App only works on new iDevice. And your Samsung Android phone needs to run Android 4.0 and above version, besides, your android phone must connect with the same Wi-Fi Networks created by the iOS device.
To effortlessly transfer contacts and other data from Samsung Android phone, we sincerely recommend this third-party tool - Syncios Data Transfer, which enables you to move contacts, text messages, call logs, photos, music, videos from Samsung Android phone to iPhone 7 simply in one click. This phone-to-phone transfer has both Windows and Mac version.
Simply follow the steps below:
Supported iPhone Models: iPhone X, iPhone 8(Plus), iPhone 7(plus), iPhone SE; iPhone 6S Plus; iPhone 6S; iPhone 6 Plus; iPhone 6; iPhone 5S; iPhone 5/5c; iPhone 4S; iPhone 4
Supported All Android phone: Samsung Galaxy S9/S8/S7/S7 Edge/S6/5/Note series /Ace/GT /Trend/Start series; HTC, lg, Moto, OnePlus, Google, Huawei, Sony, XiaoMi, Asus, Meizu, OPPO, etc.