Dr.Fone - Phone Backup (Android):
iTunes is a frequently used tool for iPhone users and can back up and restore iPhone or iPad data.
What if your iPhone or iPad is unavailable, and there is only an Android device in your hands? Can you restore all the iPhone or iPad data backed up in iTunes to this Android?
The answer is YES if you have Dr.Fone - Phone Backup (Android), which can restore iTunes backup data to Android within a couple of minutes.
A step-by-step guide to restoring iTunes backup to Android
Step 1. Connect the Android device to the computer.
After downloading Dr.Fone on your computer, install and start the tool. Then select "Phone Backup" among all the features.
* Dr.Fone Mac version still has the old interface, but it does not affect the use of Dr.Fone function, we will update it as soon as possible.
Use a workable USB cable to connect your Android device to the computer. After the connection is set up, click "Restore" in the center of the screen.
Step 2. Detect iTunes backup files.
In the next screen, select "Restore from iTunes backup" from the left column. Dr.Fone will detect the location of iTunes backup files on your computer, and list them one by one.
Step 3. Preview iTunes backup data, and restore it to Android.
Select one of the iTunes backup files, and click "View". Dr.Fone will read and display all details from the iTunes backup file by data type.
Select all or some of the items, and click on "Restore to Device"
In the new dialog box that pops up, select the desired Android device, and click "Continue" to confirm restoring iTunes backup to Android.
Note: Data cannot be restored if Android does not support the corresponding data types.