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There is a simple way that you just need export you contacts from iCloud and then import to google. But if you want transfer more data like text message, photo, music, you may need a third party like Mobile Transfer.
A nice info. Thanks.
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So I followed instructions and all contacts have been wiped from iphone, but none have shown up in my gmail account or on Droid. Any suggestions?
you can un-sync your facebook contacts by going to settings > accounts & sync > go to facebook and select the circular sync arrows to un-sync
hey so i did all of that and it seemed to work alright but then i realized that it only synchronized the contacts i had in facebook... i was hoping that you could help me simply get the phone contact cards on to my droid... btw im on mac osx tiger
Want to move your contacts from an iPhone or iPod to your Droid? No problem. Step 1 - Sync your iPhone/iPod with Gmail
This can be done over a wi-fi connection if you no longer have service with AT&T. Only OS 3.0 and above is supported. Open the Settings application on your iPhone's home screen.Open Mail, Contacts, Calendars.Tap Add Account....Select Microsoft Exchange. Enter Account InfoIn the Email field, enter your full Google Account email address. If you use an @googlemail.com address, you may see an "Unable to verify certificate" warning when you proceed to the next step.Leave the Domain field blank.Enter your full Google Account email address as the Username.Enter your Google Account password as the Password.Tap Next at the top of your screen.Choose Accept if the Unable to Verify Certificate dialog appears.A new Server field will appear. Enter m.google.com.Press Next at the top of your screen again. Select the Google services you want to sync.Unless you want to delete all the existing Contacts and Calendars on your phone, select the Keep on my iPhone option when prompted. This will also allow you to keep syncing with your computer via iTunes.
If you want to sync only the My Contacts group, you must choose to Delete Existing Contacts during the Google Sync install when prompted. If you choose to keep existing contacts, it will sync the contents of the "All Contacts" group instead.
You've set up Google Sync for your iPhone. Synchronization will begin automatically if you have Push enabled on your phone. You can also open the Mail, Calendar or Contacts app and wait a few seconds to start a sync. The above section via Google Sync : Set Up Your iPhone or iPod Touch - Mobile Help Step 2 - Setup your Droid On your Droid make sure you have connected your Gmail accountGo to Contacts > Menu > AccountsSelect your Gmail account > Menu > Sync NowYour new contacts and/or calendar will be imported and synced - Any duplicates should be merged.