Using iTunes to Transfer Contacts:

Using iTunes, you can sync your iPhone contacts with your Google account, including the contact's image, address, email and any additional information. To use this method, you need a computer with iTunes installed.

  1. Launch iTunes on your PC
  2. Use the proprietary USB cable to connect your iPhone to your computer
  3. After a successful connection, your iPhone will appear in iTunes
  4. Click the device to open the summary page
  5. Access the "Info" tab
  6. Mark the check box associated with "Sync Contacts With" and choose "Google Contacts" from the drop-own list
  7. Enter your Google account's log in details, if you haven't done so before. Otherwise, click "Configure" and you can select a previously added Google account
  8. To sync the iPhone's contacts with your Google account, click "Apply"
  9. Pick up the Galaxy Core Plus and register the same Google account. If necessary, go to "Settings" > "Accounts"
  10. Set the account so that it syncs contacts with your Samsung smartphone

Using iCloud to Transfer Contacts:

iCloud is a powerful back up service with the help of which you can export your iPhone contacts to an Android device. If you've used iCloud on your iPhone before, chances are that the contacts have already been backed up. To use this method:

  1. On your computer, open the Internet browser and visit
  2. Log in with your iCloud account
  3. Click "Contacts" to access the contact list
  4. Select the entries that you wish to share with your Android device
  5. Click the "Settings" icon located in the lower-left side
  6. Select "Export vCard"
  7. A VCF file containing your contacts will be downloaded on your computer
  8. Import the VCF file to Google Contacts. As an alternative, you can connect your Galaxy Core Plus to your computer and copy the VCF file to the "sdcard" directory. Then, open the "Contacts" app > press "Menu" > tap "Import / Export" > "Import from SD card" and then choose an account and the contacts / VCF file that you want to import

Using the "My Contacts Backup" Application:

My Contacts Backup is an iOS app that can help you transfer your iPhone contacts in the form of a VCF file, via email. The benefits of using this approach is that it's easy to follow and you don't need access to a computer

  1. Visit the App Store and install "My Contacts Backup" on your iPhone
  2. Open the application and tap "Backup". A VCF file containing your iPhone's contacts will be created
  3. Tap "Email" to attach the vCard file to it
  4. Enter your Gmail account as the recipient for the email, and send it
  5. Switch over to the Galaxy Core Plus and open the email
  6. Download the VCF file attachment and import the contacts via the "Contacts" application

Using the "Bump" Application:

Bump is another application that is available on both iOS and Android. It uses cloud connectivity to transfer contacts, so all you need is an active Internet connection on both of your smartphones. To use this app:

  1. On your iPhone, go to the App Store and download "Bump"
  2. Visit the Play Store on your Samsung device and download the same app
  3. Launch the application on both phones and allow permissions
  4. Pick up the iPhone and swipe to the contacts section
  5. From the list of contacts, select those that you want to share with your Samsung device
  6. After the "Bump Now!" message appears in the top-right corner, lightly bump the two smartphones together
  7. A "Connect" button should become available on both smartphones' screens
  8. Tap "Connect" and your iPhone contacts will be shared with your Galaxy Core Plus via cloud

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