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How to Transfer data from Android, Blackberry phones to iPhone

By on July 26, 2011 in Apple with 0 Comments

Many times we have been thinking about changing your Network provider feeling that the features given by the other provider are better suited to our needs that the one’s which we are using. That is when the need to transfer the Data you have on your Android, Blackberry to a new iPhone 4 arises.
If you have already exchanged your iPhone with a new one in your Apple iStore then you will be aware of this process because you would have already done this to transfer you data from your old iPhone to your new exchanged one.

Ways to Transfer data to iPhone:

  1. Desktop sync via iTunes
  2. Cloud sync via Google, Yahoo, Exchange, etc.
  3. Transfer Photos from your Android, Blackberry phones to  iPhone using Windows PC and Mac

Desktop Sync via iTunes:

  • When you want to transfer things like music, TV shows, movies, photos, and other media over to your new iPhone just follow these steps:
  • Connect your iPhone to your computer either Windows PC or Mac using a USB cable
  • Your iPhone will be seen in the iTunes menu in the left side box, on clicking on your iPhone you will be seeing that your iPhone options page will be opening
  • You have to select all the options which you want to like Songs, videos, photos, contacts..etc
  • Now Press the Sync button

You can now connect your new iPhone and transfer all the data which you have previously saved from the last iPhone and make sure you have a new iPhone with the same data from your old iPhone.

Cloud Sync via Google:

Google Sync is mainly useful to Sync your Email accounts and you can also transfer Contacts, Calender and Mail

Things to Do on your Blackberry and Android devices:

  • As we know everyone will be having a Google account which can be used to Sync all your contacts and Calender details on your Blackberry and Android devices.
  • So just make sure to Sync all the data from your Blackberry and Android devices

Things to Do on your iPhone:

  • First go to Settings then go to  -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars
  • Then click on Add New Account and Add the Google account with which you had synced content in your previous Blackberry or Android Devices.
  • After your account is verified, you can simply choose to sync what items you would like to sync by turning those options On.
  • You can transfer all the items or Just contacts or Calender or Mail individually
  • When a message pop’s up saying “What you would like to do with the data – Replace the data”

Yahoo Sync:

Yahoo Sync is mainly useful to Sync your Email accounts and you can also transfer Contacts, Calender and Mail

Things to Do on your Blackberry and Android devices:

  • As we know everyone will be having a Yahoo account which can be used to Sync all your contacts and Calender details on your Blackberry and Android devices.
  • So just make sure to Sync all the data from your Blackberry and Android devices

Things to Do on your iPhone:

  • First go to Settings then go to  -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars
  • Then click on Add New Account and Add the Yahoo account with which you had synced content in your previous Blackberry or Android Devices.
  • After your account is verified, you can simply choose to sync what items you would like to sync by turning those options On.
  • You can transfer all the items or Just contacts or Calender or Mail individually
  • When a message pop’s up saying “What you would like to do with the data – Replace the data”

Exchange And Hotmail Sync:

All the steps followed in the above 2 Sync’s should be followed in the same manner except in the part where you have selected Google account or Yahoo account you should just choose Exchange ActiveSync as your account type.

Now that we have learnt how to transfer data from your Old Blackberry and Anroid Devices let us show you how to transfer Data from your Old iPhone to your New iPhone: How to Transfer Data from Old iPhone to New iPhone

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About the Author: A dental student and a gadget geek, who often writes reviews of mobile phones, and digital cameras. .

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