For starters, if you go from a Galaxy to an iPhone, many people will be concerned about how to transfer your photos, contacts, applications, and other data. The iPhone is now responsible for itself without the help of a third-party organization. When I attempted to move my family’s Galaxy phone to an iPhone multiple times, it wasn’t tough or difficult. I’ll walk you through the process of moving from a Samsung Galaxy to an iPhone. “Because I mainly use Galaxy phones, I don’t have a lot of experience with iPhones. Please don’t tell me I’m responsible for moving them all.” Moving from an Android phone to an iPhone has never been so simple, thanks to Apple’s “Move to iOS” conversion tool. #Migration: Changing storage locations
Using the “Move to iOS” program on your Galaxy phone before beginning the first iPhone setup process will transfer all of your Android phone’s contacts, images, videos, and applications. When it comes to the app, I need to double-check, but I’ll explain why later. Start configuring the iPhone by placing it next to the Galaxy phone, which is running Move to iOS. Observe the step-by-step instructions on how to migrate from Samsung Galaxy to iOS. It’s [Preparation 1]. Make sure the Galaxy phone is connected to a Wi-Fi network and that an Android phone and a new iPhone are ready to go. Charge the battery ahead of time or use a charger. It’s best to complete the transmission at home since it might take up to an hour. Before you begin, turn off the cellular feature on your Galaxy phone. If you receive a phone call while you’re transmitting, you’ll have to start again. You were using the Initialization Method> for the iPhone. iPhone General Settings – Transfer or iPhone Reset – Erase all data and software installation In other words, – (Apple ID password) – Apple’s iPhone is available for purchase. Get rid of Usim… You have the option of removing it from your Galaxy phone first or changing it once you’ve finished configuring your iPhone. How to replace the USIM card [Secondary Planning] After that, I set up the Apple ID, although the process varies according to the user’s age. If you’re 13 or older, you’ll need to create an Apple ID on the company’s website. As a result, it gets less complicated. There is no other way to express this than to say (Age 13 or older) A youngster under the age of 13 creating an Apple ID on the Apple website! Parents who use iPhones must create their child’s Apple ID, something they cannot do on their own. It is easier to create a child’s Apple ID on an iPhone, but it is more difficult to create a child’s ID on a Galaxy phone. Before you can publish anything, you must first connect your iPhone to your parents’ Apple ID. To do this, follow the instructions below. In order to set up their children’s Apple ID’s iPhone, parents may follow these steps: Step 5: Create their children’s Apple ID. When you’re ready, we can begin. First, open the Go to an iOS app on your Android phone and power up your iPhone. Turn on the iPhone and open the “Go to iOS” app on the Galaxy phone. When you see the Apple logo and hear “Hello” in many languages, you’ve entered the iOS setup phase. Starting with the language preferences of the end-user! Following that, it selects a nation or area. 4) The [manual setting] is all that is required for a speedy start. Wi-Fi is now connected. When you first turn on your iPhone, the Data and Privacy menu will appear. Let’s go on now. To generate a password, you must first set up your face ID (or Touch ID) (6 digits). It’s comparable to a pattern, but the number that unlocks the lock screen makes it easier to push. If you forget this password, it will be very impossible to recover. The most critical step in transferring data from the Galaxy to the iPhone is “Move data from Android.” (7-1) Transfer information from Android To retrieve data from an existing phone, choose from the following options: Get a one-time connection code by moving data from Android 7-2 and pressing “Continue” on your phone. It’s on your Android phone, so type it in. Reinstalling the program connected to https://www.apple.com/move-to-ios may help if the error message ‘Can’t migrate’ remains. (7-3) A temporary Wi-Fi network is set up on the iPhone, and the Galaxy phone accepts the [Connection]. Wait until you see the ‘data transfer’ screen. (4-7), then drag and touch to reposition whatever you wish to examine. Using the Galaxy phone, proceed to begin the transfer. Even if it all ends with the Galaxy, keep the two devices “as they are” until the iPhone is done. Don’t play games with it. Enter your Apple ID or turn off your Apple ID to sign in. In the event that you do not yet have an Apple ID, click [You do not yet have an Apple ID or have forgotten your password] to establish one. Configure your Apple ID by logging in with your Apple ID and accepting the terms and conditions. In order to progress, please tap (continue) to “Set up as a new iPhone.” The verification code may be required if you have another Apple device (iPad, MacBook, etc.) checked in with the same ID. Enter the six-digit code presented on another Apple device. As soon as the guide is released, other options, such as automatic updates, Siri, and screen time, may be activated. The best way to ensure that Siri and screen time are set up correctly is to choose “Set up later in the Settings app” and proceed. The first startup screen comes after the configuration is done. My picture album and other important data are still being synchronized, so it’s not done yet. Eventually, you’ll get a window asking whether you want to install an app, and pressing Add App will begin the process. When reinstalling Android applications, the identical apps are virtually installed, and we’ll learn more about what to check and what data to manually relocate in the coming days. Apps from the same name on the iPhone are installed on the Galaxy Phone iPhone Photo Album, but they are essentially cloned and reinstalled from the iPhone’s app store. Because of this, it is impossible to claim that you duplicated the software precisely. Please be aware of the following two points and check. If you have an iPhone, you may not have the same app. There may not be any iPhone or Android applications at all until someone makes them due to the differences in development. An equivalent app must be found and installed on your own device. Please leave a remark if you require an app. bought via an Android phone: paid applications and games. On the iPhone, you’ll have to pay for Google Play all over again. After checking in to your account, you may continue playing the game, but you may have to buy the item you previously bought. Data from the app must be backed up and relocated independently. video/music files from media players or document files from document applications cannot be transmitted across devices. Apps that use the cloud for re-connectivity Consider using a big file transfer service to ensure that the app was successfully moved from your Samsung Galaxy to your iPhone.