If you’re updating to a new phone, like the hottest Samsung Galaxy S7/S6, HTC One M10/M9, or LG G3/G4/G5, transferring contacts will likely be the first thing on your list of to-dos. Many users may think it is a daunting task to sync contacts. It is actually a quick and painless task on the Android. Here in this article, we will include a few simple approaches on how to transfer contacts from Android to Android. Read on and try them out.
Way 1: Via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi Direct
To move contacts from Android to Android via Bluetooth, please make sure that Bluetooth is on and visible on both the Android Devices. To copy contacts from Android to Android via Wi-Fi Direct, please make sure that Wi-Fi Direct is enabled on both the Android devices.
1.Open the Contacts app on your Android device and tap on the Menu button at the bottom-left.
2.Tap on “Import/Export” > “Share namecard via”, then select the contacts you want to transfer. You can tap on “Select all” to transfer all your contacts.
3.Via Bluetooth: Tap on “Bluetooth” and select the device to which you want to send the contacts. Then on the receiving device, accept the Bluetooth authorization request.
Via Wi-Fi Direct: Tap on “Wi-Fi Direct”and select the device to which you want to copy the contacts. Then on the receiving device, grant the permission for Wi-Fi Direct connection.
Way 2: Using Jihosoft Android Contact Transfer
Switching to a different phone doesn’t mean you takes the hassle of setting it up. With the help of Jihosoft Android Contact Transfer, syncing contacts from Android to Android is really a cinch. This tool helps you to transfer your Android contacts to another Android easily.
1. Run Android Contact Transfer, and connect both the old Android phone and the new one to computer with a USB cables.
2. After the phones are is recognized, choose “Contacts” and then click “Start Copy” to transfer contacts from Android to Android. (Make sure the old Android listed as “Source” and the new one as “Destination”.)
3. Disconnect the devices from computer and open the Messages app on your new Android, you should be able to see all your messages in threads.
Note: Besides contacts, you can transfer text messages, call logs, photos, videos, music, and apps from Android to Android, for example, transfer SMS from old Android to Galaxy S5. This Android phone data transfer software is 100% compatible with over 3,000 Android phones and tablets, including Samsung Galaxy S3/S4/S5/S6/S7Note 5/Note 6/Note 7, HTC One M10/M9/M8/M7, LG G3/G4/G5, Sony Xperia/Z5/Z4/Z3, Motorola Moto X/E/G, Huawei, ZTE, etc.