How to Transfer Files from iPhone to Android/iOS/Symbian
There will come a time when you want to copy files from iPhone after you buy another phone or tablet, unfortunately, you just don't have a good idea. So, it seems to you that moving files including contacts, text messages and photos off iPhone is a burdensome job.
Now, the good news is that you don't need to bother about it. Here I'm pretty happy to recommend you a useful and efficient one-click phone transfer tool, Wondershare MobileTrans. It is specially designed to help you transfer data, namely music, photos, videos, contacts and text messages including the group ones from the iPhone to Android. If you have contacts in your accounts, like iCloud, Exchange, MobileTrans will also transfer them to your Android phone.
Transfer files from iPhone to Android in 3 steps
Download MobileTrans and follow the next steps, you will soon learn how to do it by yourself.
Step 1. Install MobileTrans and run it
The first thing you should do is to install and run this phone transfer tool on your computer. Then, the primary window appears.
Note: To do the iPhone file transfer, first of all, you need to install iTunes on your computer. If not, MobileTrans will let you install it.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone and Android phone to the computer
After that, connect your iPhone and Android phone to the one-click phone transfer tool at the same time. MobileTrans will automatically detect your devices once they're connected. And the devices will appear in the places of "Source" and "Destination" separately.
You can tick off "Clear data before copy" when you plan to empty your Android phone to save the files from the iPhone.
Note: You are allowed to change the places of two devices by clicking "Flip", when you need it.
Step 3. Move files from iPhone to Android phone
As you can see, you are allowed to transfer contacts, text messages, photos, music and videos. Click "Start Copy" to transfer files. Keep your both devices are connected during the transfer process. When it finishes, click "OK" to end it.
You made it! It is quite easy, isn't it? Now, use MobileTrans to get files off iPhone