"I bought my Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge phone last week and I will give my old iPhone to my younger brother these days. But before doing that, I want to transfer some data like contacts, text messages, apps and more from my iPhone to Samsung. By the way I have backups all of them with iCloud. What can I do to direct extracting to sync to my Samsung?"
It's quite an easy job to ditch an Android device for an iPhone, because the data transfer is quite simple. For example, you can transfer SMS, contacts, photos, etc. from Android to iPhone easily. However, when transferring from iPhone to Android, it's not that easy at all, for data on iPhone is kept on iPhone itself, iTunes or iCloud. If you want to extract and transfer data from iCloud backups to Android phone, you must learn some tips and tricks. Otherwise, you'll fail to get data from iCloud to Android. Maybe you have similar concerns to this. But you have no need to worry because here Phone Data Transfer is the exact helper that comforts you.
Phone Data Transfer is an easy-to-use yet all-in-one data transfer tool that enables you to transfer data from phone to phone, and restore backups to any supported devices. So, with the help of this tool, you can transfer data from iCloud backup to Android with ease.
* Directly transfer contacts from iCloud to Android phones and tablets;
* Easy, simple and fast, no data erasing during the transferring process;
* Fully compatible with any Android device running in Android 4.2 and later;
Note: The iCloud to Android feature only support source iDevice which is iOS 6, iOS 7, iOS 8, iTunes 11.3 and up to destination phone which is Android 4.2 & later versions.Now, you can free download this powerful software. And the follow us step by step.
Tutorial of Extract & Transfer Data from iCloud Backups to Android
Step 1. Launch Phone Data Transfer and connect Android to PC
Install and run the Phone Data Transfer after downloading, click on Restore From Backups > iCloud to enable the iCloud backup transfer mode when you can see primary interface.
Step 2. Sign in iCloud and download iCloud backup file
Step 3. Transfer Data from iCloud to Android, including contacts, text messages, calendar, notes, call logs, apps, photos, music and so on.