iPad must be the first choice when you want to buy a tablet because it’s one of the most fantastic tablets in the world. However, if you have both an Android device and an iPad, it may be difficult for you to transfer data like photos from Android to iPhone or iPad.
In this passage, you will get the top 3 tools about how to transfer photos from Android to iPad without computer. Alternatively, a professional tool is also introduced to help you transfer photos from Android to iPad with computer.
If you just got a new iOS device, Apple provides you an official tool to switch to a new iPad or iPhone, which is named Move to iOS. However, please note that besides photos, everything will be transferred from Android to iPad via Move to iOS.
Now, follow the steps below to transfer photos from Android to iPad via Move to iOS.
Step 1. Power on your iPad, and follow the setup to choose language, region, and Network.
Step 2. When you see the App & Data screen, choose Move data from Android.
Step 3. On your Android device: Open Move to iOS app > Tap Continue > Read the terms and conditions that appear and tap Agree > Tap Next in the top-right corner of the Find Your Code screen.
Step 4. On your iPad: Tap Continue on the Move from Android screen > Wait for a ten-digit or six-digit code to appear.
Step 5. On your Android device: Enter the code that appears on iPad > Wait for the Transfer Data screen to appear > Choose the content you want to transfer and tap Next.
How much time the process takes depends on the amount of your contents, so if you have a lot of data on your Android device, please wait patiently. When you can see the loading bar on iPad, tap Done, and complete the setup process.
If you have once used iOS devices, you must be familiar with AirDrop. Send Anywhere are seen as one of the best AirDrop alternatives for Windows, Android, and iOS device. What makes it different is that Send Anywhere allows you to transfer files without the limitation of distance.
Step 2. On the Android device, go to the Photos tap to choose photos as you like > Tap Send. Now, Send Anywhere will show you a 6-digit code, a QR code, and a Share Link on Android device.
Step 3. On your iPad, tap Receive > Choose to input the key, scan the QR code, etc. to receive photos.
SHAREit is kind of similar to Send Anywhere, which can enable you to transfer photos from Android to iPad wirelessly. You can transfer individual photos or an entire folder to iPad by using SHAREit. However, when you transfer the entire folders, the transfer speed may slow down.
Here are tutorials about how to transfer photos from Android to iPad wirelessly by SHAREit.
Step 2. On your Android device, tap Send > Select the photos you want to transfer and tap SEND.
Step 3. Tap CONNECT TO iOS/WP when you be given a blue screen on Android device, then a mobile hotspot name and password will show up.
Step 4. On your iPad, connect to the hotspot > Open SHAREit and tap Receive.
If you want to transfer photos from Android to iPhone wirelessly, the tools above are also suitable.
You may be clear that a wireless connection cannot always be as stable as people wish. Actually, there is a much professional transfer tool - AOMEI MBackupper - for you to transfer photos from Android to iPad with computer quickly and selectively.
To transfer photos from Android to iPad, you need to transfer photos from Android to computer >> transfer photos from computer to iPad.
To transfer photos from Android device to computer
Step 1. Connect your Android device to computer with USB.
Step 2. Open File Explorer > Locate and tap DCIM > Camera. Select the photos or folders you want to transfer to iPad, and save them to another position on computer.
Make sure you have transferred all photos you want to computer. If you want to transfer other files like contacts, music, videos, and messages to iPad, you can also transfer them to computer first. Then, disconnect Android device.
To transfer photos from computer to iPad
Step 1. Download and install AOMEI MBackupper > Connect your iPad to computer with a USB cable.
Step 2. Launch AOMEI MBackupper > Select Transfer to iPhone on the home screen.
Step 3. Click the “+” icon to preview and select the photos and click OK > Click Transfer to send photos to iPad.
If you transfer photos from Android to iPad for the sake of editing, the new function - Photo Duplication in AOMEI MBackupper can help you quicky delete duplicate photos on iPhone and iPad.
There are 3 apps about how to transfer photos from Android to iPad without computer in this passage. As you can see in the passage, the 3 tools all have their merits and demerits. Therefore, I’m inclined to choose AOMEI MBackupper to transfer photos and other useful data from Android to iPad with computer. If this guide helps you, share it with more people.