If you change phone from android device to another, you can easily transfer your contacts to this new phoneHere are two ways to transfer contacts, based on company insider information, and they include a Google account or the use of a vCard.
Transfer contacts using a Google account
The easiest way to transfer contacts is to use a Google account.
2. Select the Google account you want to use on the new Android.
3. Tap Sync account.
4. On the page that opens, make sure Contacts is enabled, this will ensure that all your phone contacts are saved to your Google account.
When you log into this Google account on your new Android phone, all your contacts will be transferred.
Transfer contacts using vCard
VCards, also known as VCF files, are data packages created specifically for transferring contact information, and can be read by almost all phones, making them ideal for transferring your contacts.
1. On your old Android device, open the Contacts app.
2. Touch the three dots in the upper right and touch Select all.
3. Touch the share icon, which looks like three dots with connecting lines, and your contacts will be grouped into a single .VCF file.
4. Choose where you want to send the .VCF file, you can choose any option you want as long as you can access the file later on your new Android device, but we recommend that you send it to yourself in an email.
5. On your new Android device, download the .VCF file.
6. In the new Android Files app, it could be called Files, Google Files or something similar, find and open the .VCF file.
7. You will be asked if you want to import contacts, press Yes and your contacts will be uploaded to the new phone.
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