Symbian to iOS: Transferring Contacts From Symbian to iPhone/iPad/iPod

Encounter hurdle when you want to copy your Symbian contacts to your new iOS device, iPhone 7s for example? Although someone may advice you that you can transfer the contacts to it indirectly by Gmail or Outlook, it is so troublesome and strenuous. And if you don't have the Gmail or Outlook account, you even have to register it before you do the transfer.

In my opinion, the best way to transfer Symbian contacts to iOSDevices is to find a professional software with which you can directly transfer Symbian contacts to iPhone/iPad/iPod quickly and easily. Fortunately, here is an phone transfer tool, Wondershare MobileTrans, which can help you do the job in one click. Bonus: Here is a full guide to help you easily and safely transfer you data between any phones. Check it out.

Transfer Contacts from Symbian to iOS

Here comes the tutorial. It will guide you to copy contacts from Symbian to iOS. Go on to read it.

Step 1. Download and Run Wondershare MobileTrans

First of all, download and install MobileTrans on your computer. Then launch it. After that, the primary window comes into your sight. Then, click Phone to phone transfer to bring up the phone transfer window.

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Step 2. Connect Your Symbian Phone and iOS Device to Your PC

In MobileTrans primary window, you should connect your Symbian phone as well as iPhone to your PC at the same time. When this phone transfer tool manages to detect your devices, your devices will be displayed in the window just like the screenshot as below.

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Besides, if you prefer to remove all contacts on the phone book of your iOS devices before the transfer, you can tick off "Clear data before copy" at the lower right corner.

Note: It supports all the Nokia phones that run Symbian 40, Symbian 60 and Symbian ^3. The rectangle "Flip" button allows you to change the place of phones.

Step 3. Start to Transfer Symbian Contacts to iPhone/iPad/iPod

By default, MobileTrans allowed you to copy contacts, videos, text messages, photos and music from Symbian (Nokia) phone to iOS device. Just keep contacts checked.

Now it's time to copy contacts. Hit "Start Copy". During the transfer progress, make sure that neither of your phones disconnect. When the transfer is over, click "OK".

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When you finish the transfer, you have succeeded in moving the Symbian contacts to iPhone devices. The whole process is very simple and it just takes you one or two minutes. It's a quite handy phone transfertool.

In addition to transferring contacts from Symbian to iPhone, you are able to copy your symbian phone contacts, music, videos, photos and SMS to Android phone as well. Besides, you are able to move a large amount of data: contacts, SMS, call log, photos, music, videos and apps, from one Android phone to another.

This video tutorial let you understand the steps quickly and easily.

MobileTrans Phone Transfer

Transfer Contacts from Symbian to iOS Devices in 1 Click!

  • Easily transfer photos, videos, calendar, contacts, messages and music from Android to iPhone/iPad.
  • Backup and restore data on your device to a computer with one click.
  • Takes less than 10 minutes to finish.
  • Enable to transfer from HTC, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola, iPhone and more to iPhone 7/SE/6s (Plus)/6 Plus/5s/5c/5/4S/4/3GS that run iOS 11/10/9/8/7/6/5.
  • Works perfectly with Apple, Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Google, HUAWEI, Motorola, ZTE, Nokia and more smartphones and tablets.
  • Fully compatible with major providers like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile.
  • Fully compatible with Windows 10 or Mac 10.12.
  • Fully compatible with iOS 11 and Android 7.0.
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1. Transfer from Android
2. From from iOS
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