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Written By Axel Nash |
When you purchase a new iPhone 15 as a replacement for your old Android, this often result in a lot of data such as contacts, music, photos contained in the previous Android having to be transferred to the new device.
The transfer of data from Android to iPhone have proven to be tricky for users. This is because both devices operate on separate operating system software. Here we have listed multiple methods how to ensure effective transfer of your photos from your android device to your new iPhone device. Each method has been carefully broken down for ease of understanding and images attached in most cases.
Part 1. How to Transfer Photos from Android to iPhone after Initial Setup
Part 2. Transfer Photos from Android to New iPhone using Move to iOS App
Part 3. Transfer Photos from Android to iPhone by Bluetooth
Part 4. Transfer Android Photos to iPhone using Google Photos
Part 5. How to Transfer Android Photos to iPhone via Wi-Fi
MobileTrans - Phone Transfer is a tool to enables you transfer photos from android to iPhone by one click. It is better because you can transfer data even if you have set up your new iPhone, take a look at its features below:
Transfer Photos from Android to iPhone With 1 Click!
To get started, you would only need a Mac or PC as an intermediary and the destination and source phones connected.
MovetoiOS is developed by Apple to help android users migrate to iPhone. Please note MovetoiOS will erase all your data on your iPhone before you transfer, please backup your iPhone first to keep your data. To transfer photos from android to iPhone using Move to iOS app, follow these sets of instructions:
If by the time of reading you have already setup your iPhone, you will need to reset it.
After this is done, your android device will establish connection with your iPhone through a Wi-Fi connection. Your android device will ask you to select the items to move to iPhone and initiate transfer. When transfer is complete, click on “continue setting up iPhone” on your device and set up new apple ID or log in if you have a previously created apple ID. When setup is done, you will then be asked to log into the accounts transferred to your iPhone from the android device.
Another reliable method for transferring photos from android to iPhone is through Bluetooth. To do this, click on the settings app on both phones. Select the Bluetooth option. Another way to get to the Bluetooth option is by clicking directly from the drop down panel by sliding your hand from the top screen down.
On your android device go to file manager app and click on it. Look for the DCIM folder (usually contains your camera content) and click on it.
When that is done, choose the “share” icon, this will bring a list of option, search out the Bluetooth option and select it.
After selecting your iPhone, a transfer request will come in asking to accept transfer. Click “accept” and watch the progress bar while each photo is transferred one at a time.
It is important to inform you that the rate of transfer on Bluetooth is determined by the model of Bluetooth you have installed on your devices.
Google photos app is another sure way of transferring photos from an android device to iPhone device. To do this search out the Google photos app on playstore and install on your android device.
Enable the backup and sync option in the Google photo app. This would ensure photos are automatically uploaded and stored on Google drive.
When you have done this, download and install the google photos app from itunes ios store.
Then open the app and click on the backup and sync feature. Photos will start showing up on your iPhone. Do realize that this takes time to complete the download.
The presence of a file manager in devices helps the users in a lot of things. They aid in the storing, copy, moving, deleting and renaming of files and folders on phones. This feature till now is only available to android devices as iPhone do not have it yet. As a result, there are a lot of third party applications for iPhone that perform similar functions to that of an android’s file manager. To transfer photos from your android device to your iPhone, download the FileMaster app.
The FileMaster app has been designed to not only manage files on your iPhone but also aid in data transfer between your iPhone and other devices. In summary, this app works by sending files from your iPhone to the app, and then from there to any destination. All this is done over Wi-Fi. Below is a detailed procedure on how to use the FileMaster app to transfer photos from android to iPhone.
Thereafter, make sure your android device is connected to the Wireless network your iPhone is connected to. When that is done, open the internet browser on your android device to get access to the wireless transfer address. After successful connection, you will have access to every folder from your iPhone file manager.