You can now officially transfer WhatsApp chats from iPhone to Android

To Transfer your full chat history from iOS to Android, or vice versa has not been easy and this has been one of the most often requested WhatsApp capabilities. Well, now, it has officially arrived at last. Up until recently, this functionality was exclusively accessible in beta; it has since been made public.


Your account information, profile picture, one-on-one, and group chats, chat history, media, and settings will all be transferred. This ensures that all your data stays intact and nothing gets left out when a data transfer is made.

How To Transfer Your WhatsApp Data From iPhone To Android

You need an iPhone running iOS 15.5 or later and an Android smartphone with at least Android 5.0, according to the WhatsApp FAQ. Additionally, your Android device must have WhatsApp version or higher installed, and your iOS device must have WhatsApp version or higher installed.

You’ll need an iPhone that is either brand-new or has undergone a factory reset, as well as an Android phone with the Move to iOS software downloaded.

Finally, you must use the same phone number on your new iOS device, have both devices linked to the same Wi-Fi network, and have a power source.

There are more steps involved, which you can view on the previously cited FAQ page. In general, though, take your time, follow the instructions, and your data should eventually be transferred to your new iPhone. Due to WhatsApp’s inability to detect what kind of data is being migrated, the information exchanged remains secure and confidential. You can return to your Android phone and remove the data after performing one last check of your information on the iOS device. Until it is removed, the data will stay on the Android smartphone. The only items you won’t be able to transfer, as a final little restriction, are your call history and display name, both of which are minimal costs to be able to transfer an account.

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