The humble Android operating system have significantly outshined the iPhone, when the quad core technology boosted smart phones’ capability and cunning apps hooked more users to switch from iOS. Apple has yet to come up with a better internal mechanisms as well as better external features to beat the current leading Samsung Galaxy S4’s octa-core technology, Sony Xperia’s Z’s superior camera, and even the durability and water-resistant capabilities of most smart phones. While Apple promised to catch up with an iPhone 6, users are now facing the riddle of how to move their important data and apss like
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from an iOS to an Android operated gadget. Here are tips that will ease some tech issues.
Having a Google account can help a smart phone switcher save contacts’ data. Most people don’t like Google’s nosy character since it detects and saves your every move web browsing, email activities and even YouTube viewing. But it’s Google’s know-everything feature that will save one a lot of typing and information-feeding to your new smart phone. Therefore, tip number one is to get a Gmail address if you don’t have one. Turn on the sync button of iTunes to sync your contacts with Gmail. This is also possible with Google calendar for schedule syncing and archiving past activities. Google will show it up on google.com/contacts if you want to make sure that your contacts are stored.
When it comes to music, you don’t have to give up your songs just because you opted for a speedier OS. You can sync your iTunes music and videos with your Android phone via the DoubleTwist app. Another simple fix is to let the Android phone convert the iTunes file which has been made possible in later Jellybean versions. First, hook up your smart phone to your PC. You can’t drag any iTunes media file straight to your Android phone’s music folder as these two are completely incompatible, so you have go through some hoops. Second, copy the iTunes file into another folder. This will free up the file from its mother program. This time from the new folder, you may now drag your music files straight to your Android Music folder. It will ask if you want to convert the file so it can be playable in Android, for which you have to click yes.
When it comes to photos, it’s as simple as transferring the images to your PC, and then moving the files to your Android phone via USB. You can also sync them through
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