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I was using an Android phone which has 1500+ contacts, and I don't want to miss them because now I am using an iPhone and I want to convert all Android phone contacts to iPhone. Is there any solution which can help me?

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  • Download and launch iTunes.
  • Connect your iPhone to the computer.
  • Open the handset's device summary page.
  • Click the Info tab.
  • Check “Sync Contacts With” and then select “Google Contacts”.
  • Type your Google account's username and password.
  • Click Apply.
  • Nobody mentioned Google. Maybe the contacts only exist in the phone itself... – Tetsujin May 27 '17 at 9:57
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There's an Apple app available on the Google Play Store designed to help you migrate - Move to iOS

From iMore - How to move your photos, contacts, and more from Android to iPad and iPhone which also has pictures & additional links to Google software available for iOS

  1. Set up your iPhone or iPad until you reach the screen titled "Apps & Data".
  2. Tap "Move Data from Android" option.

  3. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Play Store and search for Move to iOS.

  4. Open the Move to iOS app listing.
  5. Tap Install
  6. Tap to accept the permissions request.
  7. Tap Open after it's installed.

  8. Tap Continue on both devices.

  9. Tap Agree and then Next on the Android phone or tablet.

  10. On your Android device, enter the 12-digit code displayed on the iPhone or iPad.

After entering the code, the Android device will connect with your iPhone or iPad over a peer-to-peer Wi-Fi connection and determine what data will be transferred.

It will ask whether you want to transfer your Google Account info (so that you can quickly log in on your new Apple device), Chrome bookmarks, text messages, contacts, and the photos and videos in your camera roll. Select everything you want to move over.

Connecting to the iPhoneSelecting what data to transferTransferring data

Your Android phone or tablet will transfer the selected data over to your iPhone or iPad and place the appropriate content into the correct apps. The two devices will disconnect and Android will prompt you to take your old device to the Apple Store, where they'll recycle it for free, although you could just sell it yourself.

Once the transfer process is complete, tap on Continue Setting Up iPhone or Continue Setting Up iPad on your device and carry on setting up a new Apple ID or logging into your existing one.

Once the setup process is completed, you'll be prompted to log in to the accounts you transferred from your old Android device. Do that, and then you're good to go!

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