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6th.replicant wrote:

6th.replicant wrote:

Just in case anyone else needs to transfer an Android phone's contacts to an iPhone, here's the solution:

As discussed above, load the Android phone's Contacts into your Mac's Contacts / Address Book via Gmail. 

Next, open Contacts / Address Book on your Mac, click on any single contact to select it, go to Edit > Select All (Command-A) to select all contacts.
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Go to File > Export > Export vCard, and then save this file on your Mac desktop.

Send an email to yourself with this file attached.

Open the email on your iPhone and tap the attachment to import the contacts  :grin:

Oh, and in future, only edit / add to Contacts on your iPhone, not your Mac. If iPhone's Contacts is amended, iCloud will auto update your Mac's - but not vice versa, for some reason  :?

If you have a Googlemail or Gmail account on the HTC, and you contacts are put away there you could simply set up the same record on the iphone utilizing the Exchange mail choice, and it ought to draw through all your contacts.

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You can try to use Gmail to

You can try to use Gmail to sync contacts from HTC to new iPhone..  

Try to transfer contacts from HTC to iPhone

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transfer contacts from Android to iPhone

You can using iTunes to Transfer Contacts from iPhone to Samsung:
1.On your computer, launch iTunes
2.Connect your iPhone to your computer using the USB cable
3.In iTunes, click on your iPhone once it appears
4.In the device's summary page, click the "Info" tab
5.Mark the "Sync Contacts With" check box and choose "Google Contacts" from the drop-down menu
6.Enter your Google account and password if this is the first time doing these steps. If not, then click "Configure" and select a previously added Google account
7.Click "Apply" and let iTunes sync the contacts from your iPhone to your Google account
8.On your Galaxy S4 Mini, sign in with the aforementioned Google account if you haven't done so already. If you need to add the contact, go into "Settings" and tap "Accounts"
9.Allow the Google account to sync the contacts on your SGS4 Mini.
Alternative, you can use Mobile Transfer to transfer contacts from an iPhone
 

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