For some reasons, the iPhone 4 does not talk to iTunes and I need to transfer the contacts from this to the new Samsung Android phone either Samsung Galaxy 3 or Note 2.
How can I do it?
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Try using a third-party tool such as copytrans contacts to export your iPhone contacts to your PC in an Android-readable format:
Also, have a look at this tutorial:
If you can export your contacts into
.vcf (VCard) format and transfer the export file to your Android device, no 3rd party utilities are necessary: the contacts app can directly read (and import) this file, and you are done.
If not, there's an app called Contacts Importer available in the playstore, which claims:
Contacts Importer is a quick and easy cross-platform solution to help you back up and import your contacts between Android, iphone, ipad, Symbian and Blackberry.
I didn't test this (and have no iWhatever), but you might give it a try and report your success here for others to learn.
You don't need a computer to transfer contacts from Samsung mobile to iPhone5. You can follow the steps below:
Use a service like Mobyko, the syncing of contacts is done over the air. It is a trully global service that works on most phones & networks. All you need is a phone & an internet connection - let Mobyko do the rest. It is however a paid for utility
For more info:
Alternatively this free application named Uptact which is a contact syncing App & maybe beneficial: