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Old January 2nd, 2013, 11:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Thumbs up Tutorial: Transfer Your Contacts From Any iPhone to Any Android Device

Tutorial: Transfer Your Contacts From Any iPhone to Any Android Device - Easy To Follow Guide

Must Be A Few People Who Have A New Android Phone and Are Coming From iOS. I did and I had to find this information out myself. Thought I'd Make A Video and Share it for Those Who May Be in the Same Boat... Should be easy to follow

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Transfer Your Contacts From Any iPhone to Any Android Device - Easy To Follow Guide - YouTube

Things To Remember (FAQ):
- Make Sure iCloud Syncing Of Contacts Is Turned Off (both in iTunes and your device)
- Make Sure You Use The Same Google Log In Details That You Have Used On Your Android Device.
- You Will Find Google Contacts Under 'Info' Tab in iTunes (default is Windows Contacts)

I Hope This Helps Someone. If It Did Then Please Like

PS: This works even if you have several numbers per contact. This syncs everything on the contact, email addresses, websites, multiple numbers etc. Its pretty cool

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Old January 3rd, 2013, 01:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default There is a simpler solution to transfer contacts

Even in today's day & age, users have to go through so much hassle to transfer & sync contacts across platforms. There is now a new solution: IntouchApp. It is like Dropbox for contacts. To sync or transfer contacts between your iPhone / Android / Blackberry devices, just install IntouchApp and login - thats it.. nothing else to do! It is available on Google Play store, App Store and App World or visit apps.theintouchid.com
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