Transfer contact from Android to IPhone

Exporting contacts saved on your Android device:

1.     On the Android device, open Contacts

2.     Tap the Menu key and tap Import/Export

3.     Tap the option to Export to SD card

4.     Save your contacts to the 00001.vcf file, which will be saved to the top-level, or “root folder‟ of the microSD card

5.     Connect the Android device to a computer via USB cable. If prompted, ensure Mass Storage mode is selected to mount the memory card to the PC. If not prompted, check the notification bar for USB connection options.

6.     From the computer, click on My Computer, and browse to the microSD card (listed as removable disk) and copy the new 00001.vcf file from the root folder to your computer

Now you can Import this .vcf file to your Gmail or Outlook account.

·         For Gmail, open your Gmail account on your computer and click Settings > Import> Browse and locate 00001.vcf on your SD card.

·         For Outlook, open your email on your computer, then click File > Import and Export > Browse and locate 00001.vcf on your SD card

·         Your contacts are now backed up to the Gmail or Outlook account and ready to import into your iPhone.

To import the contacts from these accounts to the iPhone:

·         For Outlook users, go to iTunes and select Import contacts from Outlook

·         For other accounts (including Google and Exchange accounts):

1.     On the iPhone tap Settings

2.     Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars

3.     Tap Add Account

4.     Tap Microsoft Exchange. (Do not tap Gmail for Gmail accounts)

5.     Enter the Email address, Domain (Enter a Domain for Exchange accounts only. For Gmail accounts, leave this field blank), Usernameand Password

6.     Tap Next

7.     Tap Server and enter the Exchange server address (Enter for Gmail accounts)

8.     Tap Next

9.     Tap to ensure that Contacts is set to On

The Google or Exchange account contacts are now synchronized to the iPhone.