Copy messages to an iPhone using Droid Transfer
Mobile Transfer is specially designed to help BlackBerry, Android, as well as iOS users to transfer everything between two mobile devices. With it, you can transfer not only text messages, but also contacts, videos, music, photos, apps and more from BlackBerry to Android, and vice versa.
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Switching from an Android phone to an iPhone can be tough, because you have to adjust to a whole new operating system. But making the switch itself only requires a few steps, and Apple even created a special app to help you out.
Transfer Apps from iPhone to Android without Computer To send your contacts, photos, and calendar to the new device, you simply need to install a Google Drive app on your iPhone or use iCloud. After sending the data into Google Drive, you can log on from your new Android phone and restore apps from backup.
Here's the process for transferring photos from iPhone to Android with the Google Drive app:
To do this, open the Contacts app on your Android > open the menu > Tap Import > Select your SIM card. Insert the SIM into your iPhone. Go to Settings > Contacts > Import SIM Contacts. If prompted, choose where to import your contacts to on your iPhone.
To transfer WeChat chat history to the new phone, follow some simple steps using its inbuilt migration feature.
Tap the Receive button on the Android Phone, and tap the Send button on the Android phone. Browse and choose the files you want to send from the iPhone and send it. After that, the receiver's (Android) device should show up on the screen. Tap on it to start sending the files.
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Right-click on the Android calendar and select “Move > Events to…” then click on the calendar associated with your iPhone. NOTE: The process will transfer the Android calendar events to the local iPhone calendar while removing them from Google's servers.
Connect your iPhone to computer with USB cable. Afterwards, head to "File > Add File to library" or "File > Add Folder to Library". Browse your computer to find the converted Android ringtones and add them to the library of iTunes to prepare to move Android ringtones to iPhone.