An iPhone user asked me a question how to transfer his iPhone 4S calendar to computer. As to this question, I don’t know how you usually do to transfer calendars from your iPhone 4S or other iOS devices. I just want to share my own experience with you. Of course, I would appreciate it if you can comment here and share your own methods with us.
When it comes to transferring calendars from iPhone to computer, most people will think of iTunes firstly. But this doesn’t work for me. So I find another two methods to transfer calendars from my iPhone to computer. Keep reading here and learn more in case you need to do so one day.
Method One: Transfer calendars from iPhone 4S to computer via Gmail
In your iPhone, you can add your Gmail account to Mail, Contacts, Calendars settings and your calendar data will be synced when you sign in your Gamil in the computer. This is the most convenient and easiest method to transfer calendars from your iPhone 4S or other iOS devices to computer.
Go to Settings> Mail, Contacts, Calendars> Add Account> Google. After setting up, you can open Google and sign in with your Google account, you can have a view at your calenders.
Methods Two: Transfer calendars from iPhone 4S to computer via iFonebox
If you fail to use the above method to transfer, try this way. But this method is not for free. iFonebox is a powerful iOS data recovery tool to help you recover deleted data like contacts, notes and more from your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch. Plus, you can use it to transfer almost all data like calendars, photos, videos, voice memos from your iPhone to PC. Also, to extract and restore data from your iTunes or iCloud backup is not a big deal with iFonebox.
How to transfer calendars from iPhone to computer with iFonebox?
- Run iFonebox. Choose Recover from iOS Devices.
- Scan calendars from your iPhone.
- Preview before transferring to PC. You can preview and then click Recover to PC. All calendars will be on your computer.
Notes: If you have backed up your calendars with iTunes or iCloud, you can also choose Recover from iTunes Backup or Recover from iCloud Backup in the first step.
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