Thursday, September 15, 2011

Switching From iPhone To Android : How To

Tired of same interface of iphone , less freedom for customization of iphone its time to switch to android and ditch the iOS. Before switching to Android we suggest you to perform some basic and essentials steps that you must do before switching to faster and customizable user friendly interface . User must peerform six easy steps to follow to transfer from your iPhone to your Android device your contacts, calendar, notes, photos, videos, music, and SMS messages:" Switch from iPhone to Android"

 Step 1. Google account On your Android device, 

 go to Menu -then Settings then Accounts and Sync then; Add Account then Google .If you don't have a Google account yet, you can create one here by following the simple onscreen instruction on your phone.

Step 2. Contacts  :

 This is very simple you have to just connect iPhone to computer and launch  Itunes. Click on your iPhone's name, then head to the Info tab at the top. Check "Sync Address Book Contacts," then check "Sync contacts with Google Contacts." Click Configure and enter the same account information you just configured on your Android device. Hit Apply and allow the iPhone to sync.

 Step 3. Calendar and Notes On your iPhone :

go to Settings  then  Mail, Contacts, Calendars. If the Gmail account you're using with your Android isn't here, add it by going to Add account then Gmail. Go back to Mail settings, tap the Gmail account, and turn syncing on for Calendars and Notes. This will take few minutes and you are done transfering.

 Step 4. Photos and videosWindows:

All you have to do is to connect your iphone to the computer . Open My Computer, right-click your iPhone, and select Explore. Drag and drop all the photos and videos to a new folder on your Desktop.Mac: Connect your iPhone to your computer and open the application called Image Capture. Set a new folder on your Desktop as the destination and hit Download All.Now, on either Mac or Windows, connect your Android phone to your computer, open the Android drive, and find the pictures folder. There's one titled "DCIM," but you can create your own folder if you'd like. Then drag and drop the iPhone photos from your Desktop to your Android pictures folder.

 Step 5. Music:

Keep your Android device connected. On your computer, find the Android's Music folder (if it doesn't exist, create one), and then drag and drop music files from your hard drive to your Android drive, which will put them on the device.

 Step 6. SMS and voice mail :

If there are specific important messages you want to keep, go to your iPhone's messages, select the conversation, and hit Edit at the top. Tap the message or messages you want to keep, then tap Forward. In the recipient field, enter your Google e-mail address, and send.


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