2 Simple Ways to Transfer Data from Android to iPhone XR

September 13, 2018
Summary: This article tells 2 simple ways to sync all your data like photos, videos, contacts, text messages, music and more from any Android phones to iPhone XR.
Apple's new product launch is approaching, in addition to two iPhones that use OLED screens, and the iPhone XR with a 6.1-inch LCD screen. The iPhone XR is equipped with a Face ID and dual card dual standby. The new iPhone features a rear-mounted single camera with the flash position moved below the camera. In addition, the addition of blue color also gives the iPhone more choice, we believe this will attract more users, just like you.

With the release of the new iPhone XR, there will definitely be a lot of mobile phone users going from the Android camp to the iPhone portal. However, in the daily use of the old Android phone, there will definitely be a lot of user data. But not all new iPhone XR users know how to transfer their personal data from the old Android phone to iPhone XR. Here, we've found two simple but effective and reliable ways to target all types of Android phones, whether you're using HUAWEI, Samsung, HTC, LG or any other else.

Way 1 Transfer All Data from Android Phone to iPhone XR with Mobile Transfer

To transfer data from phone to phone, Mobile Transfer must be your first choice. Mobile Transfer doesn't merely involve transferring from one phone to another - it's more like transferring from one operating system to another. In other words, it is compatible with iPhone, Samsung, HUAWEI, ZTE, LG, vivo, OPPO, NOKIA and other mobile phones, their systems are not all the same. What's more, with the help of this software, you can easily transfer all data including SMS, photos, music, videos, call history, contacts and so on. So, it's a piece of cake for Mobile Transfer to switch data from an Android phone to iPhone XR.

Step 1. Run the software and select a transfer mode
Please launch the Mobile Transfer on your computer after the installation. And then you'll see an interface as below. Please click "Phone to Phone Transfer" mode and press "Start" to go to the next step.

Step 2. Connect the Android and iPhone XR to PC
Then use two USB cables to connect both of your old Android phone and iPhone XR to the same computer. Under normal circumstances, the old Android phone will be displayed directly on the left. If it changes its position with iPhone XR, click "Flip" to exchange their position.

Step 3. Begin Transferring data to iPhone XR
When your phones are recognized, all the transferable file types on your old Android phone will be listed. Select data you want to transfer from all data types and click the "Start Transfer" to transfer. When the transfer progress is over, click "OK" to end it.


Way 2 Transfer Data from Android Phone to iPhone XR with Move to iOS

Step 1. Set up your iPhone XR until you reach the screen titled "Apps & Data", then choose the "Move Data from Android" option.

Step 2. Open the Google Play Store on your Android phone and search for "Move to iOS". Then download, install and launch it on your Android phone.

Step 3. Tap "Continue" on both of your iPhone XR and Android phone. Then press "Agree" and "Next" on your old Android phone.

Step 4. When you see a 12-digit code is displayed on your iPhone XR, please enter it on your Android phone. After that, your Android device will connect with your iPhone XR over a peer-to-peer Wi-Fi connection and determine what data will be transferred.

Now, you are allowed to choose those what you want to transfer them to your iPhone XR in a click.

Tips: No matter which method you choose last, please do not disconnect both of your phones or run any other Apps during the whole transfer process, just wait patiently, the transmission will not spend too much of your time, just depending on the amount of data that you're transferring.
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