Tuesday, May 19, 2015

How to Transfer Contacts from Samsung Galaxy S3/4/5 to iPhone 7/6S/6(Plus)

With the new release of iPhone 7, the flagship handset of Apple in 2016, many smartphone owners are preparing to change their old device to the new iPhone 6. However, the transfer process will not be as easy as imagined, especially you come from another mobile operating system, such as Android because they are totally different things. I can feel the pain as I have to complete the task for my wife.

Transfer Contacts from Samsung Galaxy to iPhone 6
Many people love large screen smart phone since it can bring wonderful visual experience, which could be the reason why there are so many fans of Samsung Galaxy Note 3/Galaxy S4. But now iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus is coming, and to our surprise, it support waterproof and dustproof function, dual cameras, image stabilization feature, adding a faster processor A10 Fusion.. There is no doubt that the new iPhone 7/7 Plus will bring better user experience for its users. For people who hesitate to purchase iPhone just because of its small screen, it can be really a good news as well. And if you are an Android user want to replace your old cellphone such as Galaxy Note 3 or Galaxy S4 with a more powerful one, iPhone 7/7 Plus can be your best choice.

Android to iPhone Transfer
Below is a step by step guide on how to transfer contacts from Android to iPhone 7/7 plus/6s/6 plus. It supports most of the Android smartphones and iOS 8, like Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, Sony, Huawei, ZTE, Oppo and other more.

Transfer Contacts from Samsung Galaxy S3/S4/S5 to iPhone 7 Directly

When you got a new Android device, a new Gmail account will be assigned to you automatically during setup. So there is no exception to Samsung Galaxy smartphones as they are Android powered devices too. Below are the steps to transfer contacts from Galaxy Note/S3/S4/S5 to iPhone 7/6s/6 with Phone to Phone Transfer.


Tips: Mobile Transfer is the key here. It is utilized worldwide to copy things like contacts from Android to iOS devices. Besides, the program is so wieldy that hardly anyone can not learn how to put it to use.
You can also use this Phone Transfer to transfer SMS from Samsung to iPhone 7/6s/6

How to Move Contacts from Samsung Galaxy to iPhone 7/7 Plus

Step 1: Download Phone Transfer to your computer

Since it is difficult to transfer data from Android to iOS directly, we need to turn to this professional smart Galaxy Note 3 to iPhone 7 Plus data transfer tool- MobileTrans for help. It also has a Mac version which named MobileTrans for Mac. Download it from the Internet and install on your computer.

Step 2: Launch the Galaxy S4 to iPhone 7 Transfer tool

Open Phone Transfer on computer, can then in the primary window, click “Start” button to go to the phone to phone transfer mode.

Step 3: Get your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 / Galaxy S4 to the computer

Connect your Galaxy Note 3 / Galaxy S4 to the computer by using USB cable. After recognized by the program, it will be shown on the left side of the window.

Step 4: Connect iPhone 7 / iPhone 7 Plus to computer as well

Now connect your iPhone 7 / iPhone 7 Plus to the computer via USB cable as well. The program will identify it and show it on the right.

Tips: If the positions of the two devices are not right, just click “Flip” to fix it.

Step 5: Transfer Samsung Contacts to iPhone 7/ iPhone 7 Plus

Now check the checkbox before “Contacts”, and then click “Start Copy” button. Just wait for a while and all you can find all Samsung Galaxy Note 3 photos on your iPhone 7 / 7 Plus later.

Note: Since you need to transfer data to iPhone 7 Plus, you should also install iTunes on your computer to assure the data transfer program works normally.

You can transfer a few items between Galaxy S smartphone and iPhone 7. However, this time we will only care about contacts, so uncheck other items and leave contacts alone. Click the "Start Copy" button to start transfer data from Android to iPhone 7/7 plus/6s/6 plus and iPhone SE directly.


Frankly speaking, I have tried the above methods myself. But I’d prefer the later method because it’s much simple and effective. I don’t need to do anything except for a few mouse clicks. It can also transfer other items that Gmail didn’t support for sync such as text messages, photos and media libraryes.

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