The easy way to switch from an iPhone to the Samsung Galaxy
Those cursor on the living Galaxy got you looking at your own diphone like, great things are drama free, and take all your stuff along with you.
Before you even start, you need to sign up for a Google account, if you don't have one.
And make sure your iPhone is backed up.
Samsung makes the transfer process easy with their own Smart Switch app.
Go to the Google Play store, search for the Smart Switch mobile app and hit update.
Open the app and you can choose to use the USB cable option or wireless option.
For the first one, you'll need a lightning cable and this USB adapter that comes with most new Galaxy phones Plug the two phones in and they will connect.
Next, you should see a pop-up message appear on your iOS device.
Tap Trust on the iPhone and then Next on the Galaxy.
Now, wait a few minutes while it searches.
Once it's done, you'll see a list of available contact categories to transfer, everything from contacts to text messages.
Select all the categories you wanna move over to your galaxy device, and then tap Transfer.
Now, take a coffee break, this could take anywhere from a few minutes to an hour, depending on how much baggage you plan on bringing along with you.
Once it's completed, you'll have a few more download options.
There's a list of all your iOS apps with links to reinstall the Android versions manually.
And then, it's business as usual for all your old data.
You can find everything you transferred and enjoy it, on a sexier screen.
If you don't have this magical little dongle, you can always use the wireless option, as long as you have your iPhone backed up to To iCloud.
You'll need to sign in to your iCloud account on your Galaxy phone, but the rest should be similar to what we just did.
And once you've fully moved on, you can bid one final farewell to your old iPhone.
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