- 1 Transfer to iPhone
- 1.1 Samsung to iPhone
- 1.2 Sony to iPhone
- 1.3 Android to iPhone
- 1.4 iPad to iPhone
- 1.5 Mac to iPhone
- 1.6 HTC to iPhone
- 1.7 iPhone to iPhone
- 1.8 iTunes to iPhone
- 2 Transfer to Android
You were a Samsung fan and decide to pick up an iPhone, like iPhone 6, for a change? However, making the switching between iPhone and Samsung is a complete and lengthy process, due to their different platforms. Transferring contacts from Samsung to iPhone could be the first problem you met. Frustrated about this fact? Cheer up. Here is a good solution that enables you to not only transfer contacts, but copy videos, photos, calendar, music and text messages from Samsung to iPhone 6/6 Plus/5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS, and vice versa effortlessly. Here is also a full guide about how you can transfer data between any mobile phones easily and safely.
What You Need to Transfer Contacts
Your Samsung device & iPhone
Two USB cables
A computer with iTunes installed
Solution One: Transfer Samsung Contacts to iPhone with Google Account
If you just need to transfer contacts from Android to iPhone, this could be quite easier and also free. As we all know, we always use the Google account to download apps from Google Play which means most of us have the Google account on hand. With the help of it, we can easily transfer contacts from any Android phones to iPhone (iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus included). (See also: how to transfer contacts from Android to Android.)
Here are the simple steps you can follow to transfer the contacts to iPhone:
- Go to the Settings and choose Account or simliar option.
- Enter your Gmail account details and enable the synchronisation, your phone contacts should start to sync to Google Contacts.
- Then go to your iPhone and choose Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars and type your Gmail account details.
- Just a few seconds later, you can find all your Samsung contacts are transferred to your iPhone.
Note: Make sure the Contacts are enabled on this Gmail account.
Solution Two: Transfer Contacts from Samsung to iPhone with Wondershare MobileTrans
If you not only want to transfer contacts, but also other files like SMS, video, Music to iPhone, the Wondershare MobileTrans could be the most efficient and easiest way to achieve that. With just a few simple clicks, all of the Android files could be easily moved to your iPhone.
- Transfer contacts from Samsung to iPhone with company name, job title, home address, email address, etc.
- Copy SMS, music, videos, calendar and photos from Samsung to iPhone.
- Convert music and video to iPhone friendly formats.
- Fast transfer speed without any quality loss.
- Support Samsung device running Android 2.1 and later, and iPhone 6/6 Plug/5/5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS based on iOS 5/6/7/8.
Note: For Mac users, plese try Wondershare MobileTrans for Mac.
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Step 1. Run the Desktop Wondershare MobileTrans
Launch the desktop Wondershare MobileTrans on PC. You'll see the primary window as follows. Click "Phone to Pone Transfer".
Step 2. Connect Your Samsung and iPhone to Computer
Connect your Samsung phone or tablet and the iPhone to computer by using a USB cable. After recognizing, Wondershare MobileTrans will display your Samsung phone or tablet in the primary window.
Note: In order to transfer Samsung contacts to iPhone, you ought to install iTunes. Only in this way can you transfer contacts smoothly.
Step 3. Copy SMS, Music, Video, Photos, Calendar and Contacts from Samsung to iPhone 6/6 Plus/5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS
By default, all contents you can transfer are checked. You can uncheck the files you don't want to transfer, just check the contacts if you only need them.
Then, go to click Start Copy to begin to move file(s) like contacts from Samsung to iPhone. Be sure not to disconnect either of the phones during the whole transfer process. (See also: Transfer contacts from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy)
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Supported Samsung and iPhone OS and Models
|Supported Phone OS||Supported Phone models|
|From Android 2.1 to Android 5.0||Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, Note 4, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Note, Galaxy S, Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy Grand Duos, and more>>|
|iOS 8, iOS 7, iOS 6 and iOS 5||iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS|