Convert your Android to Iphone

Use Android to convert your Android into an Iphone.

How about transferring data, photos and contacts from iOS to Android? Interesting facts when changing from Android to iPhone Once you've chosen to move your mobile from Android to iPhone, you're making a good decision. However, if you have used Android long enough to collect a good number of applications and a well-dimensioned sound collection, not to mention pictures, video, contacts und calendar, you may have a question about what you can put on your new mobile with it.

Fortunately, you can provide most of your contents and information, with some remarkable exception. And if you haven't purchased your iPhone yet, what iPhone should you buy? Some of the most important things you need on your computer to use your iPhone is Appleunes. It' s possible that you used Apple itunes to manage your songs, podcasts, and films, but many Android people use other kinds of applications.

Whereas in the past Apple used to be the only way to manage what was on your mobile device, and that includes your calendar, your calendar, your calendar and your applications, it's no longer so. However, you must at least transfer information from your Android mobile to your iPhone, and perhaps using Apple Store is the simplest way to do this.

Even if you don't intend to use it forever, it might be a good place to launch your iTunes turntable. iTunes is free from Apple, so all you have to do is get it and run it on Windows or a Mac. Ensure that everything on your Android mobile is in sync with your computer before you move to iPhone.

These include your favorite tunes, your favorite diaries, your favorite contacts, your photo albums, your video, and more. When you use a web-based calendaring or directories, this is probably not necessary, but better sure as an excuse. Backup as much of your phone's information to your computer as possible before you start the button. Which contents can you transmit?

Perhaps the most important part of the transition from one phone to another is to make sure that all your information comes with you when you are changing. Here is a guide to what you can and can't transmit and how to do it. It is one of the things that is most important to humans when changing is that their own songs come with them.

And the good thing is that in many cases you should be able to transmit your soundtrack. So if the soundtrack on your mobile is DRM-free (and now on your computer because you synchronized it, right?), just put the soundtrack in your iPod Touch and synchronize it with your iPhone.

With DRM in the song, you may need to download an application to authorise it. While some DRMs are not even fully featured on the iPhone, if you have a large amount of DRM content, you should verify this before switching. You can''t play Windows Media on your iPhone, so it's best to just put them in Appleunes, convert them to either MP 3 or AC and synchronize them.

DRM-enabled Windows Media file may not be compatible with Appleunes at all, so you may not be able to convert them. When you stream your tunes through a stream engine like Spotify, you don't have to be concerned about loosing your tunes (although all the tunes you've stored for off-line playback need to be redownloaded to your iPhone).

Simply browse the iPhone applications for these features and log into your iPhone user area. Another thing that is most important to many is their photographs. Here, too, synchronizing the contents of your telephone with your computer is crucial. So if you synchronize your pictures from your Android phone using a picture manager on your computer, you should be able to transfer them to your new iPhone.

And if you have a Mac, just synchronize them with your stills ( or copy and paste them into your computer) and you're well. It' s best to look for one that shows itself able to synchronize with iPhone or iTunes. When you use an on-line stores and share websites such as Flickr or Instagram, your photographs remain in your bankroll.

If you can synchronize your photo from your on-line bank with your mobile telephone, will depend on the functions of the on-line services. The Android app does not work on the iPhone (and the other way around). Therefore, all applications you have on Android can't come with you when you switch to the iPhone. Fortunately, many Android applications have iPhone releases or replacement applications that essentially do the same (although if you have prepaid applications, you have to buy them back for the iPhone).

Browse the Apple iPhone and iPod touch application listings on the Apple iPhone and iPod touch web sites. Although there are iPhone editions of the required applications, your application information may not be included. So if the application asks you to set up an user ID or otherwise save your information in theoud, you should be able to upload it to your iPhone, but some applications save your information to your mobile device.

It is possible that you loose this information, so ask the developers of the application. Wouldn't it be a problem if you had to re-enter all your name, telephone numbers and other contacts in your directory when you change? You have two ways to ensure that the content of your contacts is transferred to your iPhone.

Synchronize your Android smartphone with your computer first, and make sure your friends are fully synchronized with Windows Address Book or Outlook Express on Windows (there are many other applications in Address Book, but these are the ones iTunes can synchronize with) or Mac people. Another way is to save your contact list in a cloud-based utility like Yahoo Adress book or Google Contact.

And if you're already using one of these or choose to use one to send your friends, make sure all your contact list contents are synchronized with them, and then see how to synchronize them with your iPhone. The transmission of all your important occurrences, gatherings, birthdays as well as other calendars is very similar to the one used for people.

When you use an on-line calendaring application via Google or Yahoo, or a desktop application like Outlook, just make sure your information is up to date. When you then setup your new iPhone, you have the option to merge these voicemail files and synchronize them. Visit the App Store to find out if there is an iPhone release.

Lf yes, you can go ahead and install this application and log in to get information from your area. So if there's no iPhone edition, you probably want to be able to extract your files from the application you're using now and bring them into something like a Google or Yahoo diary and then upload them to any new application that you like.

Problems with the transmission of films and television programmes are very similar to those with the transmission of musical programmes. When your video contains DRM, it's likely that it won't be played on the iPhone. So if you purchased the films through an application, see the iPhone Store to see if there is an iPhone release.

And if so, you should be able to playback it on your iPhone. Any text messaging saved on your Android telephone may not be transferred to your iPhone unless it is in a third-party application that saves it in theoud and has an iPhone release. If you do, when you log into the application on your iPhone, your word processing history may ( or may not; it may depend on how the application works) be displayed.

Apples Move to iOS for Android can be used to transfer some text messaging. Voice mails that you have stored should be available on your iPhone. In general, voice mails are stored in your telephone operator accounts, not on your mobile device (although they are available there), so they should be available as long as you have the same telephone operator accounts.

If, however, part of your transition from iPhone to iPhone involves the change of telephone company, you are likely to loose these stored voice messages.

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