How to Transfer Photos & Pictures from iPhone to Android

If you are going to switch from iPhone to Android phone but still don’t know how to transfer photos from iPhone to Android, you come to the right place. In this article, I will show you how to transfer all the photos from your iPhone to Android phone easily. You can not only transfer photos in your camera roll, but also the pictures you downloaded from internet, transferred via iTunes and received from others. After reading this article, you won’t worry about losing photos after switching to a new phone. If you want to share photos from iPhone to Android with your friends or families, you can also read this article.

I will introduce you how to transfer photos from iPhone to Android in two parts. In the first part, I will show you how to transfer camera roll photos from iPhone to Android. In the second part, I will show you how to transfer all the photos in your iPhone to Android with Phone Transfer. You can read the part you interested in according to your need.

Part 1. How to Transfer Photos in Camera Roll from iPhone to Android

If you only want to transfer the photos in camera roll from iPhone to Android, it is really easy. You can manually do this without any help from third party software. You just a computer based on Windows and your iPhone and Android phones with USB cables.

Step 1. Connect Phones to Computer

Connect both of your iPhone and Android phone to your computer. Your computer will recognize them as soon as you connect them. If your computer can’t recognize your phone, please install the driver for them.

Step 2. Find Photos in iPhone

Open “My Computer” and you will see both of your iPhone and Android phone under “Portable Devices”. The name of your iPhone will be XXX’s iPhone and the other is for your Android phone. Double click your iPhone and enter the storage of it. Find the folder called “DCIM” and you will find all the photos in your camera roll in this folder.

Step 3. Transfer Photos from iPhone to Android

You can copy all the photos you want to transfer from iPhone to Android here and then paste them to your Android phone’s image folder under the “Portable Devices”.

Now you have transferred all the photos in your Camera roll from iPhone to Android phone.

Part 2. How to Transfer All Photos from iPhone to Android

If you also want to send pictures you downloaded, transferred via iTunes and received from others from iPhone to Android phone, you need to use Phone Transfer software to help you. This software can connect both your iPhone and Android phone at the same time and transfer all your photos from iPhone to Android with 1 click. You can also transfer contacts from iPhone to Android easily with it.

Step 1. Connect iPhone and Android Phone

Download, install and run this transfer software on your computer. You will see the main interface with several options. You need to select “Phone to Phone Transfer” option on it. After that, you need to connect both your iPhone and Android phone to your computer via USB cables. The software can easily recognize them and load them to its interface.

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Please make sure your iPhone under the “Resource” section on the left and your Android phone under the “Destination” section on the right. If not, please click “Flip” button to change the order.

Step 2. Transfer Photos from iPhone to Android

In the middle of the interface, you will see a data list. Check “Photos” in the list and click “Start Copy” button. This software will transfer all the photos from iPhone to Android as soon as possible. You can check the photos on your Android phone. All your iPhone photos will be there after transferring.

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iPhone and Android phone enable us to shot any moment we want to keep in our life. Phone Transfer enables us to transfer photos from iPhone to Android easily to share photos with our friends, families and two phones of our own. If you have other ways of transferring photos from iPhone to Android, you can contact us and I will test them and update this article.

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