The iPhone Will Support Android Using This Case
Are you ready to transfer your content to iOS? Download the Move to iOS app and get help transferring your information from an Android device to your new iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
You need the following:
IPad (fourth generation or later)
IPad mini (second generation or later)
IPod touch (sixth generation)
IPhone 5 or later
IOS 9 or later
On your Android device, verify that Wi-Fi is enabled.
Connect the new iOS device and your Android device to the power.
Make sure there is enough space on the new iOS device for all the content you want to move, including everything on the external Micro SD card.
If you want to download Chrome bookmarks, upgrade to the latest version of that browser on your Android device.
Play Transfer data from Android
While setting up your new iOS device, look for the Applications and Data screen. Then tap Move data from Android. If you have already completed the configuration, you will have to delete the contents of the iOS device and start over. In case you prefer not to delete the contents of the device, you can move it manually.
Open the Move to iOS app
On your Android device, open the Move to iOS app and touch Continue. Read the terms and conditions that appear. Touch I agree to continue. Then touch Next in the upper right corner of the Search your code screen.
Wait until you receive a code
On your iOS device, touch Continue on the Transfer from Android screen. Wait for a ten- or six-digit code to appear. If an alert on low intensity of the Internet connection appears on the Android device, you can ignore it.
Use the code
Enter the code on your Android device. Then wait for the data transfer screen to appear.
Select content and wait
On your Android device, choose the content you want to transfer and touch Next. Do not perform another action until the progress bar of the iOS device is complete (even if the Android device indicates that the process is complete). Depending on the content you are transferring, the transfer may take some time.
It transfers the following: contacts, message history, camera photos and videos, web bookmarks, email accounts and calendars. Some of the free apps will be downloaded if they are available on Google Play and the App Store. Once the transfer is complete, you can download the free applications associated with the App Store. Paid app partners will appear on your iTunes wishlist.
Set up your iOS device
When the progress bar is complete on your iOS device, touch Done on your Android device. Then touch Continue on the iOS device and follow the instructions on the screen to complete the setup.
Make sure all content has been successfully transferred. If content is missing, you can move it manually.
Do you need the apps that were on your Android device? Visit the App Store on your iOS device to download.
If you need help making the transfer
If you have trouble downloading content, please check the following:
Make sure you do not take any action on the devices until the transfer is complete. For example, on the Android device, the Move to iOS application should remain on the screen throughout the entire process. If you use another app or answer a call on Android before the transfer is complete, the content will not be transferred.
On your Android device, turn off apps or options that may affect your Wi-Fi connection. For example, it disables features such as the Sprint Connection Optimizer or the Smart Network Switch. Then try again.
Reboot both devices and try again.
On your Android device, you disable the cellular data connection. Then, try to transfer again.
If you need help after the transfer
Get help if Messages does not work as it should after the content transfer is complete.
If you’re missing apps on your Android device on your new iOS device, you can search for and download them from the App Store on your new device.
You may notice that only part of the content was moved before the iOS device ran out of space, or the device was full even though the transfer was not completed. In that case, delete the contents of the iOS device and start the transfer again. Make sure your Android content does not exceed the amount of available space on your iOS device.