For more than five years now the iPhone has changed the phone and the way we communicate with it. A lot has changed since then; however, the basic restrictions imposed by Apple on non-compliance with the transfer of iPhone data to a computer still exist. This article explores ways to save an iPhone to a computer that blocks Apple’s restrictions.
Backup iPhone contacts to PC:
With the advent of iCloud, it is easier than ever to transfer iPhone contacts between multiple devices to store iPhone contacts on Apple servers. But what if you want to create a secure offline backup of your contacts list stored away from third-party servers? How to backup iPhone contacts directly to your PC?
The answer is not so simple at first because there are many apps that promise to do some sort of iPhone import, export, transfer, or backup. You can use iTunes and sync your iPhone contacts to your Windows contacts. This, however, requires syncing your iPhone with iTunes. If your iTunes library has not previously been synced with your iPhone, you run the risk that your iPhone music has been deleted by iTunes.
Recently, I discovered a number of third-party applications that offer to manage iPhone contacts and, among other things, can help you transfer and back up your iPhone contacts elsewhere such as a new iPhone or directly in a folder on your PC.
This application requires you to have a Windows PC, if you are using a Mac or do not wish to use a computer as a link to back up your iPhone data, scroll down below. Connect your iPhone to your PC where your contacts will appear.
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You only need to select your iPhone contacts from the application window and drag / drop them into a folder on your computer. IPhone contacts will transfer in the form of * .vcf files within that folder. You can later use these files and restore them to your iPhone, if you need them or another iPhone.
There are many different ways to transfer iPhone contacts that show your computer as a link, or directly with your iPhone device. For example, My Backup will send your old iPhone contacts to your email account from where you can recover them to your new iPhone.
If you want to import all your contacts from various online accounts like your Facebook, LInkedIn, email, etc., to your iPhone you can use Smartr contacts.
Smartr contacts will upload your contact information from your various social and online accounts to their servers and display all the data collected within their application designed to work on your iPhone.
Syncing your contacts and other iPhone data to your Google account with Google Sync
A popular way to back up your data online, at least to those who have a Google account with Google Sync. If you do not have a Google Account, you can easily open one. Google Sync is easy to set up on your iPhone and will sync contacts, email, and calendars to your Google account.
You can sync your iPhone contacts with iTunes sync by selecting the “Google Contacts” option from the “Sync Contacts with” under the “Information” tab.
For those who would like to avoid iTunes sync, the easiest way is to use Google Sync directly on their iPhone. To do so, simply set up an Exchange account by going to Settings> Email, Contacts, Calendars> Add Account> Microsoft Exchange.
Just follow the setup wizard where you will need to enter your Google username and password in addition to Google’s mobile server (m.google.com).
Syncing iPhone contacts to multiple devices using iCloud
For those who neglect to upload their contact information to Apple servers; Know if you are a private person who keeps your data completely offline, you may not enjoy this, Apple has launched a useful Cloud-based platform for sharing iPhone contacts, calendars, photos and music on all your iOS devices called simply Cloud.
All iOS devices such as iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad running iOS 5+ are automatically compatible with iCloud. To enable iCloud on your iPhone, you’ll first need to set up an Apple ID. Apple ID usually requires you to provide details of your credit card.
Next, enable iCloud on your iPhone by navigating to Settings> iCloud and enter your Apple ID and password.
Finally, choose which data you would like to sync between your iPhone and your iCloud account.
Here are a few simple ways to save an iPhone to a computer that restricts iTunes and Apple, depending on whether you want to back up your iPhone contacts or transfer iPhone music and aps.