Use a Cable to Transfer: Turn on, connect and go.
Transferring phone numbers from an iPhone to your Android device is easy. It begins with a simple, satisfying step—turning on Android for the first time. Your phone will show you how to get started. Just make sure it's fully charged and ready to go.
Follow the on-screen instructions to connect your Android phone to your mobile and wireless networks. Then, when prompted, put your old iPhone cable to use one last time by plugging the USB-C into your new Android phone and the lightning end into your iPhone. If you're coming from an older iPhone device, you may also need a USB-A to USB-C adapter.
Once you’ve signed into your Google Account, your Android phone will ask what data you’d like to copy. Select any and all data you want to take with you. You won’t be able to do another transfer once you finish setting up your Android phone, so be sure to select everything you want during this step. Transfer your contacts. Copy your photos and videos. Even carry over your favorite apps, WhatsApp chats, messages and music. Cable transfer moves all your data over so you can start moving forward.
No cable? No problem. Transfer wirelessly.
If you don’t have your old iPhone cable, you can still transfer contacts and other data to your new Android wirelessly. It’s convenient and reliable—just tap the “No cable?” or “Cable doesn’t fit?” option to continue. Before you know it, your contacts, photos, videos and calendar events will be waiting for you on your new Android phone.
Whether wirelessly or by cable, transferring contacts and other data to your Android is safe and secure. That’s the power of Android’s always-on protection. If something does go wrong during the transfer, a copy of your data will still be there on your old iPhone. Once you’re sure everything is where it needs to be, say goodbye to the past. Greater possibilities lie in your hands.
Your memories come along with you when you make the switch to Android. It’s all good with Google on Android.