OnePlus Switch was launched in January of this year as a solution to transfer all smartphone data from other Android devices to a OnePlus smart phone. The app, available on Google Play, can transfer user contacts, text messages, photos, and other data. But until now, iPhone users switching to OnePlus device can not transfer data conveniently, as the option was not available. However, OnePlus Switch App is now getting an update that will simplify the transfer of iPhone data to a OnePlus smartphone.
In a post in the OnePlus forum, the company lists the process of transferring iPhone data to a OnePlus phone using the updated OnePlus Switch application. For each switch from iOS to OxygenOS OnePlus, the company has provided detailed instructions along with a few screenshots. The company claims that "you can get the migration speed of a 5G network" at the time of data transfer. OnePlus, however, notes that due to some restrictions that are set to access data from the iPhone backup, only contacts, messages, photos and videos can be transferred to your new smartphone.
To use the OnePlus data transfer switch, you'll need to install the app on your iPhone and OnePlus. Currently, the updated app is not yet available on Google Play. However, you can download a beta version of the OnePlus Switch app for Android from OnePlus. You'll also need to download the iOS app through the site, as it is not yet available on the Apple App Store.
Once the installation is complete, you will need to grant special permissions to the application. go to General> Device Management And close to the installed profile. Now, open the app on the iPhone as well as the OnePlus device. The OnePlus smartphone will display a password and SSID for a hotspot to transmit the device. Moreover, connect to a hotspot on your iPhone. Both phones will be ready for transfer.
In the message forum, OnePlus notes that the OnePlus Switch iOS version is only suitable for iPhone 5 and the above models with iOS 9 and the above versions. Also, OnePlus Switch Android Version V2.2.0 is currently a beta version and the latest version on Google Play (2.1.2) does not support this feature.