WhatsApp Data Transfer From iPhone To Android Phone Easily, Google Launches Data Restore Tool
Nowadays, many people are changing their smartphones from time to time as they are attracted by the latest features. Again, there are many who are using the old phone for fear of losing data. Although now it is much easier to backup data from one Android phone to another Android phone. However, many of us do not know the strategy to easily backup data from any iPhone to Android phone. But from now on we can do this effortlessly. In fact, Google has added a Data Restore Tool application to the Play Store. As the name implies, it allows users to carefully store all data from the old device when setting up their new device. The data restore tool will allow users to transfer apps, photos, contacts via USB cable or cloud backup when setting up a device. Now version 1.0.36204834 of this app in the Play Store, which can allow users to copy their WhatsApp chats and history from an iPhone to an Android phone.
Google launches Data Restore Tool
According to an online report, the data restore tool could enable iPhone users to transfer their WhatsApp chats to a new Android device. The app’s description on the Play Store states, “The app helps you restore data to your device using a USB cable or cloud backup.”
According to a report from 9to5Google, the latest updated version of the app, code 1.0.38204834, contains references to copying WhatsApp chats and history from an iPhone to an Android phone, and reads, “To open WhatsApp, scan the QR code with your iPhone. Will, then tap on Start. Now you have to keep your iPhone unlocked and keep WhatsApp open ”.
The next step is for iPhone users to scan a QR code. The next reference reads, “Having trouble scanning? On your iPhone, open WhatsApp, then follow the steps in Settings> Chats> Move Chats to Android. The report states, however, that the files were APK and may or may not turn on the feature for Google users.
This means that the Data Restore Tool application can show a QR code that needs to be scanned via an iPhone, which will take the user directly to WhatsApp’s chat migration settings. WhatsApp’s feature tracker WABetaInfo reported the matter earlier this month.