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Android 9: Transfer contacts - how to save your contacts

On your smartphone, your contacts are stored in the phone's internal memory or on the SIM card. If you buy a new Android device, you need to transfer the contacts from the old smartphone to the new one. To do this, you have several options to choose from.

How to transfer your contacts on Android 9

Depending on the location you choose, your contacts on your smartphone will either be saved directly to your phone's internal memory or to your SIM card. In the latter option, all you have to do is insert the SIM card into your new device to transfer the contacts. However, there are other options available to you.
  1. Since you are logged in on the Android device with your Google account, you can transfer the contacts to the new smartphone via "Google Contacts".
  2. To do this, log in on your new device with your Google account.
  3. Start the "Contacts app" on the old device.
  4. Go to the app's menu and select the "Accounts" entry. For some manufacturers, this is also called "Synchronization".
  5. Click on it to start the synchronization. Once this is complete, all contacts have been added to Google Contacts.
  6. Go to "Settings" on the new device and click on your email address. Now activate Google Contacts on the services that should be synchronized with your account.
  7. Then click on "Sync now". Ihre alten Kontakte sehen Sie nun in der Kontakte-App auf dem neuen Smartphone.

By Boesch Wardon

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