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It's not possible. Not only are the physical connectors different, the two ports expect completely different protocols (that is, the way the data are formatted). An adaptor that just connects the power lines so you can charge is easy to make, as you've found, but to make the data transfer work, the adaptor would need another small computer to translate from ...
there are several ways to transfer your contacts from an iPhone to an Android device. You can use the Gmail Contacts Sync or third party apps. Phone Contact Transfer can transfer all the data such as Contacts, SMS, music, videos, images and apps from an existing phone to another phone with ease and without worrying about any data loss.
For anyone else having this same problem and have a Samsung phone, try http://www.samsung.com/us/smart-switch/ It may not have been available when you initially posted the original question, but I just upgraded from an iPhone 5 with iOS 6 to a Samsung Galaxy S4. I wanted to copy over my SMS messages and found that most only worked with iOS 5 and below. ...
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