Many of the times it is seen that the people lose their contact details in their smartphone when move towards a new Android device log-in. The simple thing which you might be done is save your contact to Google account. But still everybody doesn’t know how to save contacts in Google account.
We showing you a path through which you easily save your contact in Google account. Saving contacts to your Google account is a quick and easy process that can save you a lot of time and frustration later on. It means when you move to a new Android device and log in, all of your friends and family’s details will be ready and waiting for you.
Plus if you switch to an iOS, Windows Phone or BlackBerry handset you can still pull your chum’s details in from Google.
Procedure to follow:
1. Import your contacts
Open up the Contacts app, click the menu icon (often three dots at the top¬ right-hand corner) and select “Import/export”.
Next you need to select “Import from SIM card”, which will allow you to take the names and numbers that you have saved on your smartphone’s SIM card.
2. Save your contacts to Google
A new screen will appear, letting you choose a Google account to save the contacts to. If you’ve signed in a number of Google accounts on your device, then you will have several options.
Just choose the account you want to store all your contacts with. A screen will now appear saying “Reading from SIM card”, and your contacts will be imported.
3. Import your contacts from Google
When you need to import your contacts from your Google account, you can do so by opening up the Contacts app, clicking the menu icon and selecting ‘Accounts’. Tap “Google” on the following screen, then tap on the Google account that you saved your contacts to, and make sure that “Contacts” is turned on.