“I want to replace my iPhone 4 to Samsung as it does not work well for me any more. But there are large number of contacts in the iPhone 4. I have restored some important ones for me in the new phone. Then what about these less important? I don’t want to lose them as maybe someday I need them. If I sync them to iTunes, I could not preview them. So is there any way to transfer them to my Mac directly?”
When replace smartphone, many people will face the problem of how to handle the data in their previous phone. If you change the phone between iDevice, you could complete the transfer with iTunes. But how about changing your iPhone to non-apple device? You may wonder to find a possible way to backup and transfer your iPhone contacts to Mac directly.
Here, iFonebox could help you to backup your iPhone Contacts to Mac for you to preview any time you like. Free download the trail version to have a try.
Step 1:Connect iPhone to Mac
After install iFonebox on your Mac, launch it and connect your iPhone 4 with your Mac via USB cable.
Step 2: Scan your iPhone
Then the iPhone backup and transfer tool will automatically start scanning and analysis your devices. The scanning time will depends on the database in your iPhone. Wait patiently if there is a large data in your iPhone.
Step 3: Backup and Transfer iPhone Contacts to Mac
When the scanning is finished, all the data in your iPhone will be displayed in interface in categories. Click “Contacts” to preview all the contents in your contacts, including the deleted. Then click the “Recover” button on the top right of the interface to restore these contacts on your Mac.
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