Google is now allowing more Android smartphones the liberty to accommodate iPhone users who want the Android experience. This feature will be available on devices that ship with Android 12 or will be upgraded to Android 12 or higher. People are switching between the two mobile operating systems (from iPhone to Android and vice versa).
To clarify, the Switch to Android app transfers all of your alarms, call logs, contacts, device settings, SMS, MMS, and iMessage texts, as well as media, custom wallpapers, WhatsApp chat history with media, DRM-free music, and free apps that are already available on both storefronts. So, Users who are tired of their iPhones and want to switch to a Galaxy smartphone or any other phone are in luck as the Switch to Android app works flawlessly on all devices running Android 12.
Download the Google Switch to Android app from the App Store to start. A QR code prompts the switch and file transfer process when the installation is finished. This transfer can be done wirelessly via Wi-Fi or a USB Type-C to Lightning cable. I recommend using a USB Type-C to Lightning cable, which will allow all files to be transferred more quickly and securely.
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Everything from your iPhone will be transferred to your new Android device. It also ensures that existing WhatsApp messages and files are transferred, even if they do not have a cloud backup. They will migrate your iMessage conversations to Google RCS Messages.
If you want to transfer your data from an iPhone to any Android phone, you should try out the new Switch to Android update. It makes everything extremely convenient, and there are few to no worries.