Recovery-Android Products Center


WINDOWS

MAC

How to Transfer Contacts from iPhone to Nexus

--Monday, December 30, 2013
Maybe recently you have switched from iPhone to Nexus or perhaps you will use both phones. Whatever, an important case for you is to transfer private contacts between two devices. To accomplish this, actually there are various methods for you. As far as I am concerned, I would like to search for easy-to-use tool to move contacts from iPhone to Nexus. That's why I choose Phone Transfer.

Well, it's a professional phone to phone transfer pro. By simply one click, your contacts like job title, company name, email addresses, etc. can be copied from iPhone to Nexus within a few seconds. What's more, for people using more than one operating system, it can freely transfer various file types between iPhone, Symbian and Android. First click the below button to download a free trial version Phone Transfer on your computer.

Download Win Download Win Download Mac Download Mac

Take it easy. I will show you the detailed steps for you soon.

How to Move Contacts from iPhone to Nexus

Step 1 Connect Your Nexus and iPhone to PC
In this step, connect your phones to computer with USB cables. The pro will detect your devices and shown them as "Source" and "Destination". If they are wrongly placed, exchange their positions by clicking "Flip".

Transfer Contacts from iPhone to Android

Tips: iPhone 6/6 Plus  is also supported by the software.

Step 2 Transfer Phone Numbers from iPhone to Nexus
Mark "Contacts" and remove those file types you don't want to copy. Then tick "Start Copy" to begin syncing contacts. A few seconds later, click "OK" when the transfer is ended.

Transfer Contacts from iPhone to Nexus

These are simple steps for you to follow. If you still can't successfully copy your number list from iPhone to Nexus, please get in touch with us.

Download Win Download Win Download Mac Download Mac

Ivy Bruce

Ivy Bruce is the Founder and Editorial Director at Recovery-Android Studio. You can also find her on Google+ and Twitter.