Share iPhone Contacts via iTunes:

NOTE: You can use iTunes on a computer with Internet access in order to sync your iPhone contacts with your Google account. You can then sync the account data, including contacts, with the Android phone.

  1. Launch iTunes on the computer
  2. Connect the iPhone to the compute via USB
  3. Click the iPhone in iTunes and go to Info
  4. Enable Sync Contacts With and select Google Contacts from the drop-down menu
  5. Sign in with your Google account or, alternatively, click Configure to select an existing one
  6. Click Apply to begin the sync
  7. Once done, switch to the Android device and, if necessary, sign in with the same account used in iTunes
  8. Allow the account to sync contacts with the device

Share iPhone Contacts from iCloud Backup:

NOTE: In case your iPhone contacts are backed up on your iCloud account, you can log in with the account on a computer with Internet access and export the contacts in a vCard file for use on the Android phone.

  1. Launch the Internet browser on the computer
  2. Head down to https://www.icloud.com/
  3. Sign in with your iCloud account
  4. Access Contacts
  5. Select the contacts you want to share and click Settings > Export vCard
  6. After the vCard is downloaded, perform one of the steps below:
    • Open the Internet browser on the computer and import the vCard to Google Contacts or:
    • Connect the Android device to the computer via USB, transfer the vCard to the phone storage and use Contacts to import it to your phonebook

Via My Contacts Backup:

NOTE: The methods above require a computer with Internet access but you can also share your iPhone contacts using third-party apps. My Contacts Backup is an iOS third-party app that can back up and share iPhone contacts via email in vCard format.

  1. Go to the App Store and install My Contacts Backup on the iPhone
  2. Launch the app and tap Backup to create a vCard containing your contacts
  3. Then, send the vCard to your own email address as an attachment
  4. Switch to the Android device, open the email and download the vCard
  5. Use Contacts to import the vCard to your phonebook

Via Send Anywhere:

NOTE: Another third-party app you can use is Send Anywhere on Android and iOS. The app uses a peer-2-peer connection to share contacts and other file types without requiring access to a computer.

  1. Go to the App Store and install Send Anywhere on the iPhone
  2. Install the app on the Android phone via the Play Store
  3. Launch the app on both smartphones
  4. On the sender device, tap Send > Contacts
  5. Select the desired iPhone contacts and tap Send again
  6. Finally select a transfer method on one of the phones and follow the on-screen prompts to complete the process



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