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Hey folks. Today, I come to you with a pretty simple question. How do you transfer calendar events from an iPhone (or any iOS device for that matter) to an Android device?

The devices in question are an iPod touch 3rd Generation with iOS 4.2.1 and an HTC Desire (U.S. Cellular) with Android 2.1.

I'd like to transfer the dates over from my iPod (or even keep them in sync with each other!) so that I could actually get a vibrating notification when I have an event coming up. When I had my old crappy phone, I used my iPod so much more, and actually looked at it every half hour or so. Now that I have an Android phone, I rely on it for almost everything, and it would be awesome to have everything on one device.

So there's my question. Is there any easy way to transfer dates over from an iOS device to an Android device, and if possible, is there a way to keep them in sync with each other so I could enter a date on the iPod and have it automatically be added to the Android's calendar? If it HAS to go through a Google account, that would be fine.

Thanks!

asked Jan 24 '11 at 00:20

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answered Jan 24 '11 at 00:29

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This would be helpful if I had all my calendar dates in Google Calendar already. I, however, don't. I need to be able to sync the events I already have on my iPod with my Android device. Even if there is just a way to transfer calendar information from the iPod to Google Calendar, I'd be happy.

(Jan 25 '11 at 00:33) GavinRoskamp GavinRoskamp's gravatar image
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Asked: Jan 24 '11 at 00:20

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Last updated: Jan 25 '11 at 00:33