What’s the best method out there to move your iPhone 7 ( or 6S) contacts to Android?
Today we’re showing the simplest tricks to switch between mobile platforms.
1st Method: Synchronize your contacts with Google
Before everything else, you need a Google account to be able to properly use an Android smartphone. If you don’t already have an account, go to Google main page and select “Create Account”. You can do this directly from your smartphone although the Desktop environment is easier to use.
Once you’ve set up a Google account, take the iPhone and select “Mail, Contacts, Calendars” from the Settings menu. There you will have to enter the details of your Google account. Press “Add Account”, select Gmail and fill your details.
Shortly, you will get a question regarding which Google elements you wish to sync. Make sure you check “Contacts” and then your iPhone will automatically start syncing contacts. If you have a really large contact list, the process might take a while. Make sure you also have a good internet connection during the process.
Another thing to note is that your iPhone won’t notify the user when the sync is done. You will have to check the status of the transfer periodically. This can be done by checking Google Contacts from your computer and connect with your Google account. Once your contacts are in full sync, connect your Android device to your Google account and contact data will automatically be synced to the phone.
2nd Method: Contact transfer using iCloud
If you’ve already activate iCloud services on your iPhone 7, the following method might be the best suited way to sync contacts. Get your iPhone and enter the Settings menu, select “Mail, Contacts, Calendars” then tap on “Accounts”. Here you should see the “iCloud” menu -> tap on it then choose “Contacts”.
Once the process is complete, use your computer to access icloud.com, fill in your Apple ID and password to log in and click on “Contacts”. Click on the lower-left corner wheel and check “Select All”. Click the wheel again and select “Export vCard”.
Now you need to access gmail.com, click on “Mail” then choose “Contacts”. Now click “More”, select “import” then “Choose File”. At this point you need to browse your computer for the vCard you have downloaded earlier. Once the import is successful, Gmail will notify you of the number of imported contacts. If you get stuck with duplicate contacts, a quick way to get rid of them is to click “Find & Merge Duplicates) beneath the “