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How to transfer contact list from iOS to Android?

Contacts iOS Anroid Transfer

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sybil6

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Well, if you have google account you can follow the directions to sync your contacts. Go settings and log in your google account.

But you can also use data transfer tool methods, which makes it easier to transfer data between two phones, you can transfer contacts from iphone to android easily with the help of professional tools.


Edited by sybil6, 08 January 2017 - 11:32 PM.

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Well, if you have google account you can follow the directions to sync your contacts. Go settings and log in your google account.

But you can also use data transfer tool methods, which makes it easier to transfer data between two phones, you can transfer contacts from iphone to android easily with the help of professional tools.

 

Thanks for your answer , transferring cntacts from iPhone to Android can be copleted , but the key is without any danger , 


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Nobody ever used Facebook to transfer data from iPhone to Android ?


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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.

Its really helpful link Thanks for sharing. 


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There are really lots of ways to do this. One of them is just to log into your google account and sync it through there.


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