One of the fundamental uses of a smartphone is to make calls to your contacts. No matter what brand, or how advanced the smartphone is, the fundamental task remains the same, and when it comes to making calls or sending messages, what you need, are contacts.
Now, if you are an Android smartphone user, and you have hundreds of contacts on your device, then the question that comes to mind is – “what happens to my contact list if I switch to an iOS device?”
In the beginning, if you were switching from an Android device to an iOS device, you either had to manually enter all your contacts into your iPhone or request your contacts to ping you in order to save the contact details again. Later, Bluetooth connectivity allowed you to ZIP your contact list and share it with your iPhone, but there were still some restrictions that prevented this from time to time.
Today, technology has changed, and all you need to do is sync your contacts with the Google account on your Android device, and then simply sign in to the same google account on the iPhone, and in a few seconds, all your contacts will be added to your iPhone device without a single issue.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to sync your contacts to the Google account on your Android device.
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Open the ‘Settings‘ app on your Android smartphone.
Scroll down the settings menu and tap on the ‘Accounts and Sync‘ option.
Now, tap on the ‘Google’ option to see the google accounts that are available on the device.
Tap on the account that you want to sync the contacts with.
The contacts will now start syncing with the selected Google account. Now, when you buy or start the setup on the new iPhone device, you can simply log in to the aforementioned Google account, and in a few seconds, the contacts will be available on the device.