To transfer contacts from iPhone to Note 2, first make sure you have backed up your contacts to google, then whatever device you sign on to(iPhone or Android), will import your contacts automatically. I do not understand why people don't do this. Use Yahoo if you would like, no matter. All contacts should be saved to your account, Not to your phone.
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1.On your computer, launch iTunes
2.Connect your iPhone to your computer using the USB cable
3.In iTunes, click on your iPhone once it appears
4.In the device's summary page, click the "Info" tab
5.Mark the "Sync Contacts With" check box and choose "Google Contacts" from the drop-down menu
6.Enter your Google account and password if this is the first time doing these steps. If not, then click "Configure" and select a previously added Google account
7.Click "Apply" and let iTunes sync the contacts from your iPhone to your Google account
8.On your Galaxy S4 Mini, sign in with the aforementioned Google account if you haven't done so already. If you need to add the contact, go into "Settings" and tap "Accounts"
9.Allow the Google account to sync the contacts on your SGS4 Mini
Using iCloud to Transfer Contacts from an iPhone:
1.Use your computer's Internet browser to access www.icloud.com
2.Sign in to your iCloud account
3.Click "Contacts" to access the list of contacts
4.Select the contact(s) that you wish to transfer / export
5.Click the button depicting a gear (located in the lower-left side of the window) and click "Export vCard"
6.After your computer downloads the VCF file, import it to Google Contacts
7.Alternatively, connect your SGS4 to your computer using the USB cable and copy the VCF file to your phone's "/sdcard" folder. Then, access the "Contacts" application on your smartphone, press the "Menu" button and tap "Import / Export" > "Import from SD card"
You may also follow this guide How to Transfer Contacts from iPhone to Samsung Galaxy Note
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