Wednesday, November 13, 2013

How to synchronize your iPhone contacts with your Android phone contacts.

If you are a new iPhone user and an old Android phone user ( whatever a Samsung Galaxy S1, S2, S3, S4, Motorola Defy, HTC one X, wildfire, desire, Google nexus, and thousands of models that are using the android platform) and wondering how to transfer your android phone contacts into your iPhone, this tutorial will show you step by step how to synchronize your iPhone contacts with Android phone contacts.
As we know iPhone and iOS generally don't allow Bluetooth connection with android and other systems devices and so we can't get our contacts with Bluetooth.

All you need a Gmail account synchronized with your android phone contacts and this can be done easily by activating auto-sync with Gmail on Android phones.

Step 1: as shown in the picture below go to ---> Settings

iOS 7.0.3

Step 2: go to -----> Mail, Contacts, calendar

Step3: go to ---> add account (to add your Gmail account ) if you already added your Gmail account you can go directly to step 4.


Step 4:  go to ---> My Gmail section :

in My Gmail section activate contacts synchronization by pushing the button near Contacts:

and you are done, now go to your contacts and you will find your android phone contacts transferred to your iPhone ( note that the contacts may not appear instantly, it may take 30sec to fully synchronize )

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