You can also use a USB cable to transfer content between your iOS phone and your new Galaxy phone.
However, you will need both the iOS cable that came with your iOS phone and a Micro-USB to USB adapter (OTG cable). Also, make sure both phones are charged beforehand since you can't charge them during the transfer.
Step 1. Launch Smart Switch on the new Galaxy phone, and then tap Receive data.
Step 2. Tap iPhone/iPad. Connect the two phones using the iOS phone's lightning cable and the USB-OTG adapter that came with your Galaxy phone.
Step 3. Tap Trust on the iOS phone. Tap Next on the Galaxy phone. Select the content you want to transfer, and then tap Transfer.
Step 4. Select the app you want to download on the Google Play Store and tap Install.
Step 5. When finished, tap Next on the new phone to complete the setup.
The following data can be transferred with a USB cable:
- Personal content: Contacts, Schedule, Messages, Notes, and Bookmarks.
- App data: Photos, Music (DRM free content only), Videos (DRM free content only), Documents, Apps and Voice Memos.
- Settings, etc: WallPaper/LockScreen, Home layout, Wi-Fi and Alarm/Clock.