WhatsApp will finally let you transfer chats from iOS to Android but only in Samsung Phones

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WhatsApp users for so long have been waiting for the texting giant to come out with a solution for transferring iOS data to Android and vice versa. Until now, users had to resort to leveraging third-party applications for transferring their data across the mentioned mobile platforms which was a risk since their data is exposed. But now, WhatsApp is officially rolling out its chat migration feature for iOS to Android starting with Samsung phones.

However, WhatsApp has made the chat history transfer option available to many Samsung phones — but with some cautions. The latest feature allows Whatsapp users to transfer their account information, profile photos, chats, media, and settings from an iPhone to a few chosen Samsung handset. However, WhatsApp does not allow its users to transfer the related call logs or display names through the feature.

WhatsApp will finally let you transfer chats from iOS to Android but only in Samsung Phones

Whatsapp through its blogpost announced the expansion of the chat transfer feature. This feature will work on Samsung smartphones that run on version 3.7.22.1 or higher of the Samsung SmartSwitch app and are based on Android 10 or above. The company says that it will expand the feature to other Android smartphones soon.

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At the same time, iPhone users need to ensure that their smartphone is running the WhatsApp version 2.21.160.17 or higher to use this feature. While WhatsApp Android 2.21.16.20 or higher version should be installed on the new Samsung phone. The Samsung phone must be new to which the user wants to transfer WhatsApp chat. If this is not the case, users then will have to perform a factory reset on their Samsung phones to begin the transfer.

Another requirement for Samsung users is that of USB Type-C to lightning cable for performing the transfer. The benefit of Cable WhatsApp chat transfer is that the migrated data does not go to cloud storage and hence, the company does not have the access to data.

Here are the steps that users can follow to use this feature from the company.

  1. Switch on the Samsung phone and connect it to the old iPhone using a USB Type-C to Lightning cable when the notification appears.
  2. Follow the Samsung Smart Switch steps for the setup.
  3. When the notification appears, scan the QR code that appears on the new Samsung phone using your iPhone’s camera.
  4. On the iPhone, tap Start and wait for the process to be completed.
  5. Continue to set up the new Samsung phone.
  6. When you reach the home screen, start WhatsApp and log in with the same phone number you used on your old iPhone.
  7. When the notification appears, tap Import, and let the process complete.
  8. Finish activating your new phone and you will then see your chats. WhatsApp says that the data will remain on the old iPhone until you erase your data or delete the WhatsApp app.

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