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Samsung Smart Switch: Transfer Data from iPhone to S6/S6 Edge

-- Monday, June 01, 2015
If you just recently switched to Galaxy S6/S6 edge after using an iPhone, you must want or need to transfer data like contacts, messages, photos to Android cellphone. You may wonder whether you should extract backups from iTunes or iCloud, then, import the backup into Samsung S6. Actually, what may seems like a difficult task at first is a fairly straightforward and simply process with the help of Samsung Smart Switch, a freeware supporting you to transfer data from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy S6 wirelessly. In this article, we will teach you how to do iPhone to Samsung data transition via Smart Switch.

Guide to Transfer Data from iPhone to S6

Step 1 Download and Install Smart Switch
Download and install Smart Switch in your Galaxy S6 from Google Play.
Note: You don't need to download the software in iPhone, but you have to back up data in iCloud in advance.

Step 2 Sign in iCloud
Run the software after installation. When getting into the main interface, select "iOS Device" option as source device and press "Start" button. Import Apple ID and password to log in iCloud account.

Select iOS Sending Device Sign in iCloud Account

Step 3 Start Transferring
After successfully sign in iCloud, tick all the content you want and hit the "IMPORT" button to load backups from iCloud. Then, click the "CONTINUE" button to start to transfer data to Samsung Galaxy phone. The more content stored in iPhone, the longer the transition process will take.
Note: When you singularly transfer "Call logs" data, you will find that it contains messages and photos instead of call history. This is quite a weird feature.

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Samsung Smart Switch only support data transfer like contacts, calendar, messages, photos and alarm. What if you want to transfer other content like music, videos and call logs? Hence, here recommend you Phone Transfer, a professional program enables you to transfer data like media files, apps, notes, call logs, contacts, messages among Android, iPhone, Blackberry and Nokia via USB cable in one-click. Go ahead and read the tutorial on How to Switch Data from iPhone to Android.

Switch Data from iPhone to Galaxy S6 with Phone Transfer

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