Make my Android an IphoneTurn my Android into an iPhone.
Android iPhone: Final shifting instructions
Prepared to change from iPOS to Android? Here you'll find everything you need to successfully move from an iPhone to a Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel or other Android devices. So you' re poised to get out of your iPhone for brighter greens - specifically for the vibrant shade of the Google Android eco-system.
Among the interface distinctions, Android and iOS do indeed have a great deal in common-and with the right moves, you can move from an iPhone to an Android without loosing anything substantial (including your mind). Navigate your way through this easy-to-understand tutorial and you'll be able to settle into your new high-tech home in no time at all.
Most importantly, some Android handsets, such as Samsung's Galaxy handsets and Google's Pixel product, come with their own all-in-one iPhone to Android switchers. Those arrays can contain specialized softwares and possibly even physically attached wires to transfer a lot of information from your iPhone to your new Android at the touch of a button.
When your Android mobile provides such a facility, it is an intelligent place to begin. Obviously, these all-in-one techniques are not available for every telephone, and they do not always work perfectly or in all areas of relevance to your needs. Whether you believe it or not, the key calendars, contact information and photo types are some of the simplest things to do when migrating from your iPhone to Android.
Open the Drive application on your iPhone, choose "Settings" and then "Backup". It can take a while and blow through a considerable amount of information, so you probably want to store it for a period when your telephone is attached, hooked up to a trusted wireless LAN, and not immediately needed for something else.
If your contact or calendaring information is associated with a Microsoft Exchange email address, it will not be shifted during this operation. So in this case, you'll need to attach your Exchange email application to your Gmail application on your Android phone as described in the next section for more details, and your contact and calendaring information should then appear in the appropriate applicationsutomatically.
Currently, if you're using Gmail: There' nothing to do; just make sure you log in to your Android with the same Google Accounts associated with your Gmail email and all your emails will appear and wait for you in the Android Gmail application. And if you have more than one Gmail email location and want to get them all on the telephone, open the Gmail application preferences, look for the "Add account" item, and then go through the process to adding more Google accounts to the mix. Once you've got more than one Gmail email location and want to get them all on the telephone, open the Gmail application preferences, search for the "Add account" item, and then go through the process to adding more Google accounts to your mix. What does this mean?
In the Gmail application, simply browse to your new mobile device and choose the appropriate Gmail accounts by following the above instructions but choosing the appropriate accounts options on the Create Accountscreen. Again, simply insert the Gmail application on your Android telephone into the Gmail area. Once you have selected "Add Account" in the app's preferences, touch the "Other" line, enter your e-mail message, then choose "Personal (IMAP)".
The same underlying transaction, but choose the Exchange and Office 365 options in the "Add Account" section of the Gmail application preferences. You can also use the Microsoft Outlook Android application if you are used to this application and want a unified user interface. And if you use one of the above non-Gmail accounts and want to discard your old mail and switch completely to Gmail, you can get the entire mail from your old Gmail accounts into Gmail by following the instructions on this Google Mailupport page.
Maybe you'd also like to tell your old email server to forward all new email to your Gmail email so you don't miss important misses from someone who hasn't heard about your move yet. First go to the preferences on your iPhone, touch News, then turn off it.
Secondly, open the Apple iMessage Deregister web page and browse down to the "Have you lost your iPhone? "Enter your telephone number, click on the verification email address below to submit a verification email, and then enter the verification email you received on the page. When you want to keep all your text messaging and transfer it to your new mobile device, an application named iSMS2droid can do the work.
It' a little knotty and includes manual backup of your iPhone to a computer, then locating certain file types and transfer them to your Android mobile but if you really need to store all your old emails, it's about the best thing you've got. Once you're on Android, the trick is to keep your messaging in sync and available on every machine, no doubt about it.
Be sure to select a mesaging application that backs up and recovers your information from the beginning and you will be okay as a winemaker. See you then, iCloud Drives - hello, Google Drives. And the most immediate way to transfer all your information from Apple's in-store Cloud to Google is to deploy the iCloud and Google Drives applications on your Mac or Windows PC.
Then open the Finder or File Explorer window for both sites, choose everything from iCloud Drive and drop it onto Google Drive. Each of your valuable data is now available via Google Drive on Android (as well as on iPhone and the web). If you have any iPhone applications on your iPhone, they will not be transferred to Android and any applications you pay for on iPhone will probably need to be bought again.
Today, most key production applications are readily available on both plattforms. Once you're up and running with Android, all your applications and application files will synchronize with Google's server software and track you to all your upcoming Android device. Spend a few moments browsing Google's Play Store - either on your Android mobile or via a web brower on any computer - and find the applications you want.
When installing an application on your mobile and you are prompted to log in the first time you open it, make sure that you use the same user name or e-mail that you used on your iPhone to take all the information associated with your iPhone in. Once you have established yourself, you may want to discover more about the already familiar applications.
In contrast to eOS, Android offers all kinds of smart customization and control features for the main GUI, and some of them can increase your efficiencies in quite an interesting way. Thanks to your happy ones, because transferring the sound from your iPhone to Android is no longer the total worst dream it used to be.
It' s no big deal if you use a stream delivery like Spotify, Pandora, Google Playmusic, or even - surprisingly - Apple Musics; just go to the Google Plays Store and get the appropriate application, log in, and your whole library is available in seconds. Except for any tracks bought on pre-2009 Appleunes, which were coded into a trademarked and DRM-protected copy of the AAC file formats.
Naturally, these data sets are not inherently compliant with other musical services. This will lead to a worse sound experience than if you would buy the tracks directly from almost any musical services today, but it is what it is. Now all your important information is available from your iPhone and on your new Android unit, and you're set to get a fresh lease on life as a card-bearing Android mobile handset user.
Regardless of where you are in Android, you can always scroll down once from the top of the page to see outstanding messages and scroll down a second times to see the full Quick Settings window. With Android, when we talk about messaging, it's extremely simple to manage - so get to know the specifics of messaging and don't let your phone's messaging affect you.
You' ve undoubtedly found that one is a generic backutton and the other a trusted home keyboard (which you can push and drag with most modern gadgets to get to the Google Assistant, the Android edition of Siri). With the third and usually quadratic buttons you can display your last used applications and directly skip to one of them.
It can be double-tapped to switch between applications, a la Alt-Tab in Windows, and in some version of Android you can hold it down for a long while to start a splitscreen to display two applications simultaneously on the monitor. When your mobile has the latest Android 9 Pie version installed and you have chosen the gestures system included with this application, you will see a unique extended Home key instead of the above three keys.
Tap the Home icon to return to your home page over and over again while you hold it down, and the Google Assistant will appear. If you drag the Home key to the right, you'll be scrolling through your most recently used applications, if you quickly drag it to the right, it'll lock between your two most recently used applications, and if you drag it up, you'll see your overview page showing large, interactively previewed views of all your currently running applications.
And last but not least, you've undoubtedly seen some frightening looking tales about Android safety. Android really doesn't have a problem with malware, and Google has its own multi-layered protection system to keep you safe from all kinds of possible malware - even the most viable of all: a missing telephone.