Transferring Data from Android to iPhone X

Want to switch from Android to the latest faddish iPhone X? That's cool. However, I guess that you may be worried about how to transfer data from Android to iPhone. Actually, there are two ways available of migrating contacts, calendars, mails, text message and photos from Samsung, HUAWEI, Sony, HTC Android device to iPhone X/8/ 8 Plus. We'll outline them both below, let’s check it out together.

Way 1: Transfer All Data from Android to iPhone X Using Move to iOS
Way 2: Move Contents from Android to iPhone X/8 with Google Account
Extra Tip: Move Music/Video/Photos from Android to iPhone using Tenorshare iCareFone

Way 1: Transfer All Data from Android to iPhone X Using Move to iOS

Apple made data transfer from Android device to iPhone easier via Move to iOS. Move to iOS is the Android app which aims to help Android switchers find a new home on iPhone. Although it is not so workable as expected, you can also have a try since it’s free. Just follow the steps below to move data from Android to iPhone with move to iOS devices.

First of all, on your Android device, go to the Google Play Store, search for Move to iOS.

Next, you have to set up your iPhone X. During the setup process of your iPhone, tap on “Move Data from Android” on the App & Data screen (About how to transfer data from Android to iPhone after setup,  go to Settings>> General>>Reset>>Erase All Content and Settings to restart.

Select Continue on Android and iPhone X, after that, tap Agree and Next on your Android phone.

Now, you can see a code on your iOS device. Grab the 10 digit code appeared on your iOS device and enter it on your Android device.

Once done, your iPhone X and your old Android phone will connect to each other.

Then select the data you want to transfer from your Android device to iPhone and tap on the Next option to start data transfer.

Way 2: Move Contents from Android to iPhone X/8/8P with Google Account

For Android users, you will have and use a Google account. So you have one more option to move contacts, mail and calendars from Android to iPhone X. Here is how:

Firstly, go to Settings on your Android phone and choose Sync Calendars ( or other contents), then tap Sync now. Enter your Google account details, then your phone calendars and Google calendars will now synchronise.

Next open up your new iPhone. Go to Settings > >Accounts & Passwords >> Add Account. From there, choose Google Gmail. Now you'll need to sign in to your Google account and tap on Next to proceed. You should now find that all of your Google contents are in your iPhone.

Hope this tutorial can help you migrate contents from Android device to iPhone X. But the negative side is these methods have their limitations. Both these two methods cannot be applied to transfer music and videos. In this case, we will suggest you to transfer your data to computer from your Android device first, then synced the transferred data to your iOS device using a third-party data moving app, like Tenorshare iCareFone, which specializing in all kinds of data management and transfer between computer and iOS device.

Extra Tip: Move Music/Video/Photos from Android to iPhone using Tenorshare iCareFone

Below are the steps on how to move music, video, photos from Android to your iPhone with Tenorshare iCareFone, let’s take a look at how it works:

To get started, please make sure that you have Tenorshare iCareFone downloaded and installed on your PC or Mac.

Then, connect your Android device to computer and export music, videos and photos to computer. Once done, remove your Android device.

Next, launch Tenorshare iCareFone and connect your swanky iPhone X to computer, then select File Manager>>Photos( here we take photos as an example) option from the main interface.

Select the photos/videos/music you just imported to computer from Android device and hit Import button to transfer photo in bulk to your iPhone, after that, you will find that all the choosen photos are appearing on your iPhone.

If you have any other workable solutions about how to transfer data from Android device to iPhone X, please leave a comment in the comment section below, we will update it in this post in time.

/ Posted by Jerry Cook to iOS Manager Follow @Jerry Cook