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Actually, I don't recommend this way to transfer contacts to your iPhone. As we know, iPhone contacts list doesn't support group. If you need to group your contacts. It would be better use icloud or some third party tool like iphone-transfer-android.com/mobile-transfer/
Good tips for users when switch from android to iphone. Thanks.
Information updated to reflect the latest version of iTunes.
Are all the contacts synced up with your gmail account. if so just add the gmail account on the iphone and all yoru contacts will also be there if you select to sync contacts.
Nice info. Thank you.
The following is how to transfer your contacts (and calendar) from your android device to your new iPhone 4, 4s or 5. NOTE: Your contacts should already be in your Google account since you've been using your Android device and have signed in with your Google username. If you haven't then go to menu > settings > accounts > add account > google and sign in while connected to wi-fi. Select options to sync your contacts Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes installedConnect your iPhone to the computer via the USB cable - iTunes should openFrom your devices list on iTunes, select the iPhone.In case you are syncing and backing up your data using iCloud, change that to using your PC.Then click on the Info tab.You’ll see a Sync Contacts with option, click on that and select either Google Address Book Contacts or Google Contacts.In the Google ID field -> enter your gmail address.In the Password field -> enter your password.Then click OK.Your iPhone will be synchronized.