How to Transfer Data from iOS Devices to Motorola Phones
Issues about transferring data from iOS devices to Motorola G5/G5Plus
There are several items like contacts and calendar that you could transfer from iPhone to Motorola phone. Usually you can use Migrate application after you downloaded and installed on your phone. After you open the app you should enter your logins for iCloud and the transfer of your data will start when you login into your Google account, too. You should know that several contact and calendar field names differ between iCloud and Google, like “Work – Phone” in iCloud is “Phone” in Google. But probably this is not the big issue.
- Part 1: Easy solution - 1 click to transfer data from iPhone to Motorola
- Part 2: Which Motorola device do you use?
One bigger problem can be that you could have duplicate contacts after transferring your data. If you have the same contacts for example in your iCloud and in your Google account, those contacts will be duplicated. Even it is a slower way, you could try to merge similar contacts by going to your contacts in Gmail, highlighting your iCloud contact group and select “Find and merge duplicates”.
For calendar, one issue might be that the new calendar data are not shown on your phone. If you cannot find the best method that works for you, like syncing the calendar from iCloud or syncing from your Google account, you should start over with the migration of data. It is a little embarrassing to start over and over again with transferring the data.
Part 1: Easy solution - 1 click to transfer data from iPhone to Motorola G5
Dr.Fone - Phone Transfer can be used for transferring data from to phone to another phone like messages, contacts, call logs, calendar, photos, music, video and apps. Also you can back up your iPhone and save the data on your pc, for example, and restore later when you wish. Basically all your necessary data can be transferred fast from a phone to another phone.
Dr.Fone - Phone Transfer
Transfer Data from iOS Devices to Motorola Phones in 1 click!
- Easily transfer photos, videos, calendar, contacts, messages and music from iOS Devices to Motorola Phones.
- Enable to transfer from HTC, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola and more to iPhone X/8/7S/7/6S/6 (Plus)/5s/5c/5/4S/4/3GS.
- Works perfectly with Apple, Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Google, HUAWEI, Motorola, ZTE, Nokia and more smartphones and tablets.
- Fully compatible with major providers like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile.
- Fully compatible with iOS 12 and Android 8.0
- Fully compatible with Windows 10 and Mac 10.14.
Motorola devices supported by Dr.Fone are Moto G5, Moto G5 Plus, Moto X, MB860, MB525, MB526, XT910, DROID RAZR, DROID3, DROIDX. The actions that you could do with Dr.Fone are transferring data from Android to iOS and to Android, from iOS to Android, from iCloud to Android, converting audio and video, restoring any supported phone from backup files, erasing the Android device, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Steps to transfer data from iOS devices to Motorola phones
1. Connect your iPhone and your Motorola phone to the computer
Both your phones should have an USB cable. Take the USB cables and connect your phones to your computer. Open Dr.Fone and enter the Switch window. Dr.Fone detect fast your both phones if they are properly connected.
Tips: Dr.Fone also has an Android app that can transfer iOS data to Motorola phone without relying on a PC. This app even allows you to access and get iCloud data on your Android.
You can choose to flip between the two devices, also. You will see all your data like contacts, text messages, calendar, call logs, apps, photos, music, videos and you can select the data that you need to be transferred. If you wish, you can clean the data before to start copying the new data on your device.
2. Start to transfer the data from your iPhone to your Motorola phone
After you choose the data that you wish to be transferred, all your data or just a few, you must to use the "Start Transfer" button. You will be able to see the data from your source iPhone that can be transferred to your destination Motorola phone.
As you know, iOS operating systems and the Android operating systems are different and the data cannot be shared from one to another of this two different devices. This why, instead using the manually method, you can use Dr.Fone - Phone Transfer to transfer data from an iPhone to a Motorola phone.
Part 2: Which Motorola device do you use?
List at least 10 popular Motorola devices in US.
Moto X, the phone with the 5.2 inches HD display and 1080p you can see all your videos, photos captured with the 13 MP camera, in a good way. Also, the glass is water-resistant and protect your phone.
Moto G (2nd Gen.), the smartphone with the latest Android operating system and stereo sound.
Moto G (1st Gen.), with the 4.5 inches sharp HD display.
Moto E (2nd Gen.), the phone having the fast processor with 3G or 4G LTE, the connection is made easy.
Moto E (1st Gen.), having a long life all-day battery and Android KitKat operating system.
Moto 360, the smart watch displays notifications based on where you are and what you are doing, like flying departures. With the voice control, you can send text messages, check the weather, or ask for directions to the work place or leisure place.
Nexus6, having an amazing 6 inches HD display, offers one of the high quality preview and view of your media files.
From the Motorola DROID category, you can utilize:
Droid Turbo, the smartphone having 21 MP camera lets you shoot amazing photos.
Droid Maxx, is water – resistant and the rain should be no pain for you.
Droid Mini, is the small phone that you can use fast for your needs having Android KitKat.
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