If an iPhone does not entice you anymore and you got yourself a brand new Android phone, there are some hindrances that you might want to overcome. One major problem that you encounter after changing sides is chat transfer. Previously, users had no option to transfer their WhatsApp chats from one phone to another. With Android 12 now out, Google is bestowing users the ability to transfer WhatsApp chat from an iPhone to Android. Scroll down to see how to transfer WhatsApp chat from iPhone to Android.
Use These Simple Steps to Transfer WhatsApp Chat From an iPhone to an Android Phone
Google has made kernel-level changes with Android 12 through which users can transfer WhatsApp chats between phones. At this point, the feature is limited to Pixel phones but it will gradually be available to the entire ecosystem. Nonetheless, you can still try it to see if you received it. If you are unfamiliar with the mechanism, see how to transfer WhatsApp chats from an iPhone to an Android phone.
1. The first thing that you have to do is factory reset your phone running Android 12.
2. Connect the iPhone from which you want to transfer WhatsApp chats to an Android phone using a USB-C to Lightning cable.
3. Now, simply follow the on-screen instructions to either import all or selected data from the iPhone to your Android 12 phone.
4. Once you do this, simply tap on the Continue button to finish transferring data.
5. During the transfer process, you will be prompted to scan a QR code on your Android phone. Use your iPhone’s camera to scan the QR code.
6. Once the iPhone scans the QR code on the Android phone, WhatsApp will automatically open on your iPhone, all you have to do is tap the Start button.
This is all that you have to do to transfer WhatsApp chats from an iPhone to an Android phone. The process is fairly simple as long as you follow the steps carefully. It is great to see companies adding the option to migrate chats across apps, something which was not possible before without third-party software. Now, all you require is a cable that comes in the box and you are all set.
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