How to transfer photos from Android to iPhone after setup?

Its never an option to leave your photos, videos, and important data on your old phone. If you have got a new iPhone, you can easily transfer your data from your old Android smartphone to it. You can follow us through the steps on how to transfer photos from Android to iPhone after setup that are given below.

  • Open the Google Play Store app and type Move to iOS in the search section.
  • Select the Move to iOS application and tap Install. Wait until the app gets downloaded on your device.
  • Once the Move to iOS app is installed, tap Open.
  • Select Continue and make sure that your Android smartphone is connected to the Wi-Fi network.
  • Connect both your iOS device and Android smartphone to a power source.
  • Ensure that you have sufficient space on your iPhone to move all data present on your Android smartphone and SD card.
  • When you are first configuring a new iPhone, go to the Apps & Data screen.
  • Now, touch the Move Data from Android option.
  • On the Android smartphone, tap the Move to iOS option. Select Continue.
  • Agree with the terms and conditions of the license agreement and tap Continue.
  • Wait till the code appears on the screen. Select the Continue button.
  • When the transfer data screen appears, choose the content on your Android smartphone you want to transfer. Tap Next.
  • Tap Done after completing the setup.
  • You can also use other third-party applications to transfer data.
  • Open the App Store and install the Shareit app.
  • Also, install Shareit on your Android smartphone.
  • Open Shareit on both your devices and select the files you want to transfer.
  • Choose your iPhone from the list and wait until the files are transferred.
  • You have now successfully learn here how to transfer photos from Android to iPhone after setup.
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