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How to transfer contact list from iOS to Android?

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I just switched from the iPhone 5s to the Nexus 6p yesterday, but I have all my contacts on iPhone and I want to transfer them to the Nexus. I can't export from my iTunes because I don't have a computer right now. I don't have any idea about how else to do it. Any suggestions?


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If you can add your Google account to your iPhone (I don't have one, so I can't verify this), and then sync the contacts. That's how I've kept my contacts list between phone changes and ROM flashings


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If your still looking for a solution with this problem. There are five ways to do that try to look on this article.

 

http://www.ubergizmo...android-5-ways/

 

And hope it will help you.


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I just switched from the iPhone 5s to the Nexus 6p yesterday, but I have all my contacts on iPhone and I want to transfer them to the Nexus. I can't export from my iTunes because I don't have a computer right now. I don't have any idea about how else to do it. Any suggestions?

 

If you can add your Google account to your iPhone (I don't have one, so I can't verify this), and then sync the contacts. That's how I've kept my contacts list between phone changes and ROM flashings

 

If your still looking for a solution with this problem. There are five ways to do that try to look on this article.

 

http://www.ubergizmo...android-5-ways/

 

And hope it will help you.

 Hi all - I followed these steps and it did not work on my phone...


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Thanks guys! Its working now


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You guys are the best!


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I should buy you guys a round of drinks!


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COOOL!


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AWESOME!


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IT WORKED REALLY!


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It really did!


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To transfer contacts from android to iphone, i think it's more convenient to use a mobile transfer app. You just need to connect your two phones to computer at the same time and start the app to transfer data, here you should set android in the source position and iphone in the desition position.
 


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Easy Way you can take backup through the mail.


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To transfer contacts from android to iphone, i think it's more convenient to use a mobile transfer app. You just need to connect your two phones to computer at the same time and start the app to transfer data, here you should set android in the source position and iphone in the desition position.
 

there're many this kind of apps


Edited by xcszcfsdgdf, 19 October 2016 - 08:04 PM.

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You can export the contacts from iCloud via mobile browser on Nexus 6P. Then import them on the phone. This post suggests a few free ways to help people copy iPhone contacts to Android phones.


Edited by Ludwig Jessica, 25 November 2016 - 11:57 PM.

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