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You are mixing two things here: the SIM in your iPhone is tied to whatever contract you have with your carrier. Transfering this SIM to a new phone should be possible without much hassle (you may need to get a new physical SIM card maybe if the Samsung uses a different format than your iPhone). Moving the SIM card to a new phone will not impact the data ...


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My family—one Nexus 6P user and two iPhone 6 users—is really happy with Life360. It provides just the same service as Find My Friends (letting family members view each other's current location), just cross-platform. It isn't battery intensive, works great, and even has some additional features as compared to Find My Friends. Life360 is free on Google Play ...


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Download photos from iCloud using a smartphone Assuming you have not the possibility to access a Computer, and the only way of browsing the Internet is using your phone running Android, you may want to follow these few steps: Open your Internet browser, and visit the iCloud website. Sign in with your AppleID (the one you used in your previous iPhone) Tap ...


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Google Photos has an excellent tool for this: the Google Photos desktop uploader. Once you upload all the photos from the SD card to your Mac Photos app, drag them all to a folder on your desktop, and, with the uploader installed, your photos will automatically upload to Google Photos. This uploader tool made by Google is described as a tool to Auto ...



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