Phone to Phone Transfer for Mac

Phone to Phone Transfer for Mac Tutorial

The one-click phone transfer tool lets you copy contacts, SMS, photos, music and more between Android, Symbian and iOS devices, and backup and restore phone data effortlessly.

Transfer Phone to Phone

How to Transfer Contacts, Messages, Music, Photos and More from Phone to Phone?

Step 1. Run the Software and Connect Two Devices to Mac
First of all, run Phone to Phone Transfer for Mac on your Mac. Take out USB cables to connect your two devices to Mac with USB cables. The devices can be an Android phone or tablet, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Once recognized, your devices will show up in the window.

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Step 2. Transfer Content from One Device to Phone in 1 Click
As you see, the content you can transfer are listed in the middle, like contacts, text messages, photos, music, etc. Just tick your wanted ones and click Start Copy. The transfer process begins. Be sure not to disconnect either device. When it's completed, click OK, the content will be on your destination device.

iPhone to android transfer on Mac

How to Backup and Restore Phone Data

How to Backup Phone Data to the Mac Computer

At first, launch Phone to Phone Transfer for Mac on your Mac. Use a USB cable to connect the phone or tablet that you want to backup data from to Mac.

In the primary window, click Back Up Your Phone to show the backup window. As you see, your wanted phone will be displayed on the left panel. Tick the content you want to backup and then click Start Copy.

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How to Restore Phone from the Saved Backup

After running Phone to Phone Transfer for Mac, you can connect your phone/tablet to Mac. Click Restore from Backups > Restore. You get a drop-down menu, which asks hou to choose one kind of saved backups. So far, you can choose to restore from Phone to Phone Transfer backup, BlackBerry backup, or iTunes backups.

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How to Transfer Data from iCloud to Android

Note: The iCloud to Android feature only support source iDevice which is iOS 6, iOS 7, iOS 8, iTunes 11.3 and up to destination phone which is Android 4.2 & later versions.

Step 1: Log into iCloud
Firstly, Look for the iCloud icon in the restore block, click on it to enter the Restore from iCloud backup mode. If this is your first time using it, please login your iCloud account directly via the login section. If you have used this feature previously, you can view all the backup files.

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Step2: Download iCloud backup
Select the iCloud backup from the list to download it. Note: please make sure the network connection is functioning properly during this process.

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Step3: Transfer Data from iCloud to Android
After the download is complete, please connect your target device to enable the "Start Copy" button, click on "Start Copy" to copy files from iCloud backup to your target device.

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Erase Your Old Phone

How to Erase Your Old iPhone, Android Device, iPad or iPod touch Permanently?

Step 1. Launch Phone to Phone Transfer for Mac
To get started, download and install Phone to Phone Transfer for Mac on your Mac. Launch it. In its primary window, choose Erase Your Old Phone mode.

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Step 2. Connect Your Old iPhone, Android Device, iPad or iPod touch to Computer via USB Cables
Use a USB cable to connect your old iPhone, Android phone or tablet, iPad or iPod to computer. Phone to Phone Transfer for Mac will soon detect and recognize your device, and show it in the window.

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Step 3. Erase Everything on Your Old Android Device, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch
Go to the lower right corner and click Erase Now. A dialog pops up. Read the tips on it and then enter delete in the box. Then, click Start to erase. Then, Phone to Phone Transfer for Mac begins to erase apps, contacts, messages, photos, music, video, document files, system settings, etc. DO NOT disconnect your old device.

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erasing phone data on mac