2 Simple Ways to Transfer Data from Android to iPhone XS/Max

September 13, 2018
Summary: Directly transfer all data including contacts, text messaegs, photos, videos, calendar, music and more from any Android phone to iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max with ease.
With a week to go before Apple's fall launch on September 13, the latest news of the new iPhone is overwhelming. The first is the naming of the new iPhone, which has been reported to have been named the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, and since the design hasn't changed much, the addition of a "S" to the name actually appeared in Apple's previous plans. Based on 9to5Mac's leakage, this is also a sure thing. The new iPhone will replace its ancestral Lighting interface with a standard USB Type-C interface, which feels like the industry-wide standard.

The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are really attractive. Many Android users also have the desire to buy. If you are interested in the iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max, when you buy a iPhone XS(Max), you may need to put your data from the old Android phone to the new iPhone. So, how do we achieve this requirement? Please keep reading this article, we will introduce you with two simple and effective methods that can greatly save your energy and time.

Way 1 Transfer Data from Android Phone to iPhone XS(Max) with Mobile Transfer

Mobile Transfer is currently the most widely used and the most famous data transfer software. Mobile Transfer supports to transfer everything between mobile phones. It supports iPhone, Samsung, HUAWEI, ZTE, LG, vivo, OPPO, HTC, Sony, Google, OnePlus, Motolora, Nokia and so on up to 6000 kinds of mobile devices. More concretely, whether iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max, they can use Mobile Transfer. What's more, Mobile Transfer helps to copy text messages, contacts, videos, photos, music, calendar and so on without any complicate steps. In addition, it does not disclose or damage data in the phone, and data is transferred in a secure environment.

Step 1. Install and run Mobile Transfer on computer
Download and install Mobile Transfer on your computer. Run it and select "Phone to Phone Transfer" from the primary window of the program.

Step 2. Connect your Android and iPhone XS(Max) to computer
Then, you need connect your Android and iPhone XS(Max) to computer via USB cable. When two phones are successfully connected, you should make sure that they are put on the right places. If not, click the "Flip" button to change their place.

Step 3. Transfer the selected data from Android to iPhone XS(Max)
Finally, check the data you want to transfer, such as your contacts, photos and so on. Click "Start Transfer" button, and the program will start transferring the data you selected. When this progress is over, click "OK".

Here, you need to pay attention to, please ensure that the connection between the phones and the computer is normal throughout the transfer process.

Way 2 Transfer Data from Android Phone to iPhone XS(Max) with Move to iOS

Step 1. Set up your iPhone XS(Max) 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 run the App on your Android phone.

Step 3. Tap "Continue" on both of your iPhone XS(Max) and Android phone. Then press "Agree" -> "Next" on your old Android phone.

Step 4. Now, you can see a 12-digit code is displayed on your iPhone XS(Max), please enter it on your Android phone to gain a peer-to-peer Wi-Fi connection.

When the connection is successful, all the transferable files will be listed, you can select those what you want to sync them to your iPhone XS(Mac) in a click.

Tips: Please do not use both of your phone or run any other Apps during the whole transfer process, it won't take too much of your time, just depending on how much data you're transferring.
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