iCloud to Samsung: Transfer Contacts, SMS, Calendar to S8/S7
It is possible but certainly not that easy when you want to access iCloud and transfer files from iCloud to an Android device, such as Samsung Galaxy S8, or S7. Android is not at all compatible with iCloud and you cannot do a direct transfer. There are some complicated processes which link few apps like iCloud calendar with Google calendar, but many times the syncing fails. You also have to work with each data category and then do a trial and error process without having a reliable outcome.
Well, it is better to use a professional solution that is meant to transfer iOS files to Android, which is a precondition for the possibility of transferring iCloud to Samsung device. This article offers tips about moving contacts, text messages, calendar, etc. from iCloud to Samsung by using iCloud to Samsung Transfer. It is specially designed to transfer data from one phone to another phone, an even transfer files from iCloud to phone. Let's take a look at its main features together:
What iCloud to Samsung Transfer tool can do for you:
- Transfer photos, videos, music, contacts, SMS, calendar, call logs and more between iOS and Android devices.
- Backup and restore data on your phone to computer with 1 click.
- Be compatible with Apple, Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Google, HUAWEI, Motorola, ZTE, Nokia and more smartphones and tablets.
- Supports to transfer iCloud to phone, iTunes to phone and OneDrive to phone.
- Easy-to-use. Takes only a few minutes to finish the transfer process.
Follow the steps in the below to perform the iCloud to Samsung transfer, by using the iCloud to Samsung Transfer program.
How to Transfer Contacts/SMS/Calendar from iCloud to Samsung?
Step 1. Download the iCloud to Samsung Transfer tool from the buttons above and install it on your computer. Launch it directly and select "Restore from Backups" option on program window. Choose "iCloud backup" and sign into iCloud with your account.
Step 2. Connect your Samsung device to the computer with a USB cables. The software will detect the connected Samsung device and display it, as well as the iCloud backup, on both sides of the interface.
Step 3. All your iCloud data will be scanned out and displayed in categories in the middle. Tick off the file categories you want to transfer to the Samsung Galaxy S8/S7 and click the "Start Transfer" button.
That is all that you need to do.