How to Transfer iPhone Contacts to Samsung Galaxy S9/S8/S7/S6/S5

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Nowadays, it is more and more common to see that, a lot of iPhone users, even the enthusiasts, try to use another brand of mobile phone for some reason. I feel very confused as well, but it is true indeed. Maybe some iPhone users are tired of the same choice, so want to try out new taste, or other brands such Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 or S5 have developed more attractive and suitable features for people. However, this decision is not easy to make for whatever reason. Just take it as an example, assume that, you decide to dump your iPhone and buy the Samsung Galaxy S6 or S5. At this time, you must want to know transfer important contacts from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy S8/S7/S6 Edge/S6/S5. As long as the problem hasn't been solved, you can't follow your heart to use the new one. But don't worry and take it easy, next, I'd like to recommend two ways on how to transfer contacts to you. Since they are expounded in detail, I believe that it is easy for you to follow the steps one by one.

Part 1. You can transfer iPhone contacts to Samsung Galaxy S8/S7/S6 Edge in within just one click

Let you witness how iSkysoft Phone Transfer for Mac (or iSkysoft Phone Transfer for Windows) make a miracle in the field of mobile data transfer. It is a reliable data transfer tool that can ensure your data security. Many phone data are supported, such as contacts, text messages, videos, call logs, music, photos, apps and so on. It is the latest and hottest tool that allow you to transfer contacts from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy S8 (Plus) / S7 / S6 Edge / S6 / S5 as far as I can see.

More important features

  • 1. It is easy to use.
  • 2. A lot of platforms are supported, such as Android, BlackBerry, iOS, Windows, Symbian.
  • 3. You can backup data from phone to PC, like contacts, messages, apps, photos, videos, music and so on.
  • 4. Date can be recovered thought BlackBerry backup, OneDrive Backup, iTunes backup and iCloud backup.
  • 5. Both existing data deletion and permanent data deletion are supported.

The detailed steps about transferring contacts between iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5

There are many ways to transfer contacts from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5, I'd like to focus on two of them. You can follow the steps one by one.
Download for Windows  Download for Mac

Step 1: Download and install the phone transfer

At first, you should download the tool and then set up the program according to the installation wizard. Start it and you will see the main interface.

iSkysoft Phone Transfer

Step 2: Connect both phone devices to PC

At this part, you can connect the devices with the help of USB cable. Then choose the mode of “Phone to Phone Transfer”. These two phones will both display the source phone data on the interface.

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Step 3: Begin the process of data transfer.

Check the data as you want to transfer. Press on the button of “Start copy”. Wait a minute, and contacts will transfer to your new Samsung phone.

transfer contacts from iphone to samsung galaxy s7/s6 edge
Download for Windows  Download for Mac

Bonus: for people who has the issue of Samsung Galaxy S7/S6/S5 won’t turn on?


Part 2. Using Samsung Smart Switch to transfer iPhone contacts to Samsung Galaxy S7/S6/S5

1. With iTunes

Step 1: Connect the devices with the help of USB cable. Open iTunes to backup your iPhone.

Step 2: Download and install the Samsung Smart Switch, which is free for use. Launch the program.

Step 3: Check the data as you want to transfer. Select the tab of “Start Transfer”.

2. With iCloud

Step 1: Choose the iCloud Settings on the iPhone. Backup data with using iCloud.

Step 2: Download and install the Samsung Smart Switch, which is free for use on Google Play. Launch the program next.

Step 3: Choose the Import from iCloud. Log in the Apple account and begin the transfer.

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