iphone to nexus

how do I transfer all the data from iphone to nexus?


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TemodyPickalbatros, IT ManagerCommented:
You can Bring your photos music Contacts and calendar
Transfer photos
Google Photos is a great way to have all your pics - past and future - in one place, with unlimited private storage and accessible from any internet connected device. There are always lots more choices on Google Play to find the photo app that works perfectly for you.
1.      On your iPhone, download the Google Photos app from the App Store.
2.      Open Google Photos and sign in using your Google account (i.e., your Gmail address and password).
3.      Select "Back up & sync" for your photos by selecting the menu icon, followed by the gear icon at the top right. Now go to "Camera and Photos", touch "Back up & sync" and switch it on.
4.      Sit back as all your photos are being saved to the cloud.
5.      Open the Photos app on your new Android device to see all of your photos from your iPhone or iPad.

Contacts Account: iCloud
You can transfer your contacts from iCloud to Android as follows:

Go to “Settings,” then “Mail, Contacts, Calendars,” then “Accounts” where you should see “iCloud” listed. Open iCloud and turn on the toggle for “Contacts” which will prompt you to “Merge” your device's contacts with iCloud.
In a web browser on your desktop computer, go to icloud.com, login with your Apple ID, and click on "Contacts". In the lower-left corner, click on the wheel, “Select All”. Once selected, click the wheel again and choose "Export vCard".
In a web browser, go to gmail.com, click on the "Mail" button in the top left and select “Contacts”. You should see a list of your Gmail contacts.
Now click the "More" button above the contacts list and select "Import". Select "Choose File" and select your saved vCard file. When importing is complete, Gmail will display the number of contacts imported.
Finally, delete any duplicates by using the “Find & merge duplicates” function under the "More" button above the contacts list.

Transfer iTunes

Easily transfer up to 50,000 of your songs from your iTunes library to Google Play Music for free. From there, you can access your collection on any web browser, any of your Android devices, or even from your iPhone or iPad.

Make sure your iPhone or iPad is fully synced to iTunes on your computer. Your music should all be backed up on your computer when this is done.
Install Google Play Music Manager on your computer. Music Manager will upload your iTunes music to the cloud. You can download Music Manager here.
Finish setting up your Google Play account by creating a Google Wallet account*.
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Leslie BloomCorporate & Product Marketing ManagerCommented:
This detailed Android Authority article really helped me when I migrated over - http://www.androidauthority.com/how-to-transfer-from-iphone-to-android-ultimate-guide-363230/
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