Transfer Google and Android contacts to iPhone


Do you want to transfer your Android or Google contacts to your iPhone without creating duplicates? Then the iDevice Manager 10 will help you! With iDevice Manager you can see your contacts saved on Google and transfer them individually or all together to the iPhone. See for yourself how easy it is! You can also create a backup of your Android contacts on your PC, Dropbox or OneDrive just with one-click.

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For Windows 10
and Windows 7, 8
For iPhone XS and Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPad Pro
and iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 7 Plus, 7, 6S, 6, 5S, 5, iPad 4, iPad Air 2

How can I import Google contacts in iDevice Manager?


  1. If the iDevice Manager is not yet installed, you can download the program here.
  2. Start the iDevice Manager and click in the left menu "Contacts".
  3. A USB cable connection between PC and iPhone is not needed.
  4. When you open it for the first time, an instruction view will be shown. That will disappear after the Google and Android contacts have been imported.
  5. Select the sub-item "Google Contacts" in the upper menu Import.
  6. If you use a Microsoft account, please confirm the access request.
  7. Afterwards the Google/Android contacts are displayed in the iDevice Manager immediately.
  8. The Android/Google contacts become the first and last name, main email address and the main telephone number. Usually this is the mobile number.
Google contacts in iDevice Manager

How can I transfer Android and Google contacts to iPhone?


  1. Before Android or Google contacts can be transferred to your iPhone, they must be imported. Read the previous section.
  2. The iDevice Manager can transfer individual, multiple or all contacts.
  3. Simply mark the contacts that should be transferred to the iPhone.
  4. To mark different Google/Android contacts, press and hold the Ctrl key and click with the mouse on the desired contacts.
  5. Release the Ctrl key, if the contacts are selected and ready for transfer.
  6. A window "WiFi connection with iManager App" appears.
    Connect iDevice Manager with iManager App
  7. Start the costless iManager app on your iPhone. You can find this app in the Apple AppStore.
  8. Scan the displayed QR code with the app, whereupon the iDevice Manager connects to the iManager app via WiFi.
  9. As soon as the connection has been established, the transfer of Google contacts starts automatically.
  10. When using it for the first time, a security question appears on the iPhone in order to gain access to the iPhone contacts. This must be confirmed with Yes.
Important!
When using the app for the first time, access to the contacts must be permitted. The WiFi connection can only be established if the PC / laptop and the iPhone are connected to the same network. Some Internet security software also prevents the iDevice Manager from establishing a connection to the app. In this case, the iDevice Manager must be entered in the firewall as a trustworthy application.

How can I save Android and Google contacts as a vCard file (*.vcf) on the PC?


  1. Import the Android and Google contacts into iDevice Manager as described above.
  2. Simply mark the contacts that should be transferred to the iPhone.
  3. To export all Google contacts as a *.vcf file, mark the any contact and then press the key combination Ctrl + A.
  4. Alternatively, can you select the Android contacts with the mouse.
  5. After the desired contacts have been selected, click in menu on entry "Transfer" and then the entry "Computer".
  6. At least, choose the target directory and the file name format.
  7. Confirm the dialog with "Apply" to start the copying process.
Save Android and Google contacts as a vCard file on the PC

How can I export Android and Google contacts to Dropbox?


  1. Backing up Google contacts on Dropbox is just as easy as saving them on the PC.
  2. First import the contacts into the iDevice Manager.
  3. Mark the Google contacts that should be transferred to your Dropbox backup drive.
  4. Click the sub menu entry "Dropbox" in menu "Transfer".
  5. When you the function runs the first time, you have to log into Dropbox with your access data and allow iDevice Manager access.
  6. If the authorization where successful, you can choose an existing Dropbox folder or create a new backup folder.
  7. Finally, you can specify the file name format of the contact files on Dropbox and click "Apply" start the transfer.
Backup Google contacts as vcf file to Dropbox

How can I create a backup of Google and Android contacts to OneDrive?


  1. A backup of Google and Android contacts on OneDrive is done quickly with the iDevice Manager.
  2. Import at first the Google contacts in the iDevice Manager.
  3. Mark the Android/Google contacts that should be transferred to your OneDrive backup.
  4. Click the sub menu entry "OneDrive" in menu "Transfer".
  5. If you do that the first time, you have to log in to OneDrive with your credentials and allow iDevice Manager access.
  6. Once this has been done, you can choose an existing OneDrive folder or create a new one as backup target.
  7. The last step is to choose the output file name format of your Google contacts.
  8. The transfer starts with click on "Apply".
Export Google contacts as vcf file to OneDrive