As the most popular iOS data management program, it’s no surprise that so many people take iOS backups using iTunes. The problem that some people face is that if they buy an Android device, they can’t transfer data. It’s a common situation, and yet Apple is yet to add this feature to iTunes.
However, if you want to restore your iTunes backup to Android, then you’ve come to the right place. dr.fone – Backup & Restore (Android) can restore iTunes backups on any Android device, without running into any problems. If you want to know how to do this, then follow these steps.
Steps to Restore Backup from iTunes to Android
Step #1 – Install Dr.Fone on your computer, if you haven’t already, and connect your Android.
Step #2 – Launch Dr.Fone – Backup & Restore and when the main menu is shown, click “Backup & Restore”.
Step #3 – Using the appropriate USB cable, connect your Android device to your computer.
Step #4 – Click on the “Restore” option to proceed. A list of iTunes backups will be shown, so click on the one that you want to restore.
Step #5 – Dr.Fone will quickly scan the backup, and you can preview the data before restoring.
Step #6 – Explore the different data types and select the specific data to restore.
Note: to restore the entire backup, check the box next to your device name at the top-left.
Step #7 – Finally, click the “Restore to Device” button and within minutes your data will be accessible.
Please take note that Android does not support certain data types. This includes voice memos, notes, messages, and browsing history.