Since the world entered the 21st century, technologies have developed at a rapid pace. New versions of existing technologies are entering the market so quickly that it becomes impossible to keep up with it.
This technology has become an important part of our lives. Our smartphones and other portable devices have become part of our everyday accessories. Although smartphones have made our lives easier in many ways, they can sometimes be a nuisance. As a result, these are gadgets from different manufacturers. It also means that they can work in different operating systems and can have a different user interface. At the same time, the user cannot use the same gadget for life. You have to switch the phone at some point because you accidentally broke it, or it just died due to aging, or you just got bored with the current phone, and you decided to switch. At the moment, there are two key players on the smartphone market: iOS from Apple and Android from Google. Users often switch between the two systems, since both offer a completely different user interface.
It is interesting to switch from a regular Android phone to a more complex and cult favorite iOS. However, the switch has its problems. The most annoying part is to Android to iPhone transfer. This is because both systems support different file formats and have different cloud platforms for data exchange. With the frequent switching of Android on Android or iPhone to another version of the iPhone, you can quickly get the data by logging into your Google or Apple account. Unfortunately, different manufacturers and different cloud platforms do not allow this luxury when switching from Android to iPhone. Data transfer is significant for smartphone users because of only your phone stores all your important documents, contacts, messages and photos and videos along with your favorite playlists. Although several data processing applications have recently been developed Since files such as music or messages cannot be transferred between two phones because of their limited utility. Besides, the risk of hacking is high during data transfer. Fortunately, dr.fone has launched a fantastic tool name dr.fone – Switch that provides secure data transfer between two phones if you need to switch the phone.
Preparing for data transfer
Before you begin the data transfer process, be careful that your contacts on social networks can be synchronized with the contacts of your phone. It means all these contacts will be transferred to your new smartphone phone. If you do not want any contacts in social networks to be transferred to your new phone, close these applications. Similarly, log in to this application whose contacts you would like to receive in your new phone. Since you do not have access to your iPhone during data transfer, merely connect your Android phone to your computer and start the backup and restore function. It will make a backup of your Android on your computer. Just follow the simple steps below.
- Run dr.fone – Data Transfer Switch
After taking all precautionary measures, download and run the dr.fone application on your computer. Fone Switch. Now connect your Android device and iPhone to your computer using USB data cables. Make sure your computer detects both of your devices. You can see a similar screen on your computer.
- Select the Toggle option
In the window that appears in the first step, select the option Switch. You will now find a new screen with the following content. Before proceeding to the next step, make sure the iPhone is selected as the target device. If it’s the other way around, you can click the Flip button to switch the sending and target devices.
- Make the data transfer
Now, check all the files you want to transfer from the list in the middle of the window. Click Start Transfer and sit down until all your files are copied to the new device.