Whatsapp Migration From Android to ios (iPhone): Android 12 mobile chat history to iPhone, you need to use the “transfer to iOS” app: Gadget Pixels reported on January 22 that Samsung mobile phone users who want to migrate to iPhone can successfully transfer their WhatsApp chat history. Now, the app is continuing to develop support to enable all Android users to do the same.
According to WABetaInfo, the 22.2.74 beta version of WhatsApp for iOS adds the ability to import user chat history from Android to iPhone. As of now, users can migrate from iOS to Samsung devices as well as from iOS to Google Pixel phones. With this change, users only need an Android 12 smartphone and the “Transfer to iOS” app to migrate their chat history to iPhone.
As you can see in the screenshot above, users can import their chat history to their iPhone the first time they open WhatsApp for iOS. But if they skip this step, the information cannot be imported later.
WABetaInfo also noted that there is also new data for version 18.104.22.168 of WhatsApp for Android, suggesting that the app is working on implementing the feature in both versions, as its changelog shows that to complete the transition from one OS to the other The migration will require the “Transfer to iOS” app.
Another feature users can’t wait to take advantage of is multi-device support, something Telegram has had for years, and why WhatsApp can’t implement it, in the same way, is unclear.
Gadget Pixels has learned that at present, the multi-device support utilized by users can be used as a public beta feature of WhatsApp desktop, web, and portal versions. In the future, the app plans to create a 2.0 version, bringing more features for multi-device support, such as a standalone iPad app.
If you need help with the transfer
- Make sure that you leave both devices alone until the transfer finishes. For example, on your Android device, the Move to iOS app should stay onscreen the whole time. If you use another app or get a phone call on your Android before the transfer finishes, your content won’t transfer.
- On your Android device, turn off apps or settings that might affect your Wi-Fi connection, like the Sprint Connections Optimizer or the Smart Network Switch. Then find Wi-Fi in Settings, touch and hold each known network, and forget the network. Then try the transfer again.
- Restart both of your devices and try again.
- On your Android device, turn off your cellular data connection. Then try the transfer again.
If you need help after the transfer
- Get help if Messages doesn’t work as expected after you transfer your content.
- If you don’t see apps from your Android device on your new iOS device, find and download them in the App Store on your new device.
- You might find that only some content transferred and your iOS device ran out of space, or your iOS device might appear full even though the transfer didn’t finish. If so, erase your iOS device and start the transfer again. Make sure that your Android content doesn’t exceed the available space on your iOS device.
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