Hello valued friends, in this post we are to discuss how to back up your contacts into your Google contacts, first, know that is safer when you use Google contact to back up your phone list, so let get started
Can you ever imagine losing your phone lists, I mean you losing the cherished contacts in your phone, remember this contact are not just random numbers, but numbers representing people’s that matter most to you
It could be people on your business list, friends list, or family list, school mates etc. The reality remains that 60% of the contact on your phone are important to you, this being one reason you have saved such numbers
Before now we humans have various ways of saving mobile contact lists, some by manually writing the numbers down in a jotter (book) or best-using network backup feature, but right now the best feature for saving numbers remains Google Contacts
So to this end, Google Contacts has addressed this issue to make life better for mobile phone users. Gone are the days when you have to write down contacts from your phone in pages of papers, books, or jotter, seriously those days have gone for good
The days of the analog way of doing things have gone and the innovative advanced tech has stepped in. With the Google Contacts app, you can save up all your contacts in the app in a matter of seconds.
These contacts can never get missing after backup because they are permanently stored in the app cloud server, which can be accessed at any time, from any where with any mobile devices as long your email is intact.
Even if you lost your Google Contacts app, or you lost your mobile phone itself, you can retrieve your contacts when you get a new phone, the proceed to login to your Google contacts app and you are good to go, as all your backup numbers will load back
As the case may be. As against when you copy your contacts in a piece of paper, Google Contacts enables you to restore your contacts when you get a new app or a new phone, and this takes few minutes too; just the same time with the backing up.
So, without further keeping you waiting for the bombshell, we’ll go right in on the topic ‘How to Back Up Your Contacts into Your Google Contacts’.
First, you need your Google Contacts app installed on your phone. If you do not already have it, you can visit Google PlayStore and search for Google Contacts, be sure it is from Google before downloading. SEE Screenshot Below
See below the more feature Screenshot below
How To Import All You Existing contact into the Google Contacts App
Still on the main app, after you have seen the app on the Google play store, read the review and head to install it by clicking install
After installing, with your data still on, you can launch the app and go to Settings on the app and click on the Import option and choose from which directive you intend to do so (SIM 1 or SIM 2, or from phone), and boom,
Next is for you to relax and watch how your contacts speed into your Google Contacts app. This should not take up to 15 seconds no matter the size of your contacts.
That is it! You have just backed your contacts up into the apps. The app works with your email; it means that you can get access to your contacts anywhere with Google Contacts app or live from google contact cloud base.
It will interest you to know that Google contacts have name records, email records, phone numbers records, and job title and company records, in as much as these records are optional for you to fill in, on mine I only prefer the individual name records and mobile phone numbers records as you can see in the screenshot below
At yours, you can choose to start saving peoples phone numbers along with their name, email address, and job title, Google contacts we help you to install all the available records for free
Even when you change mobile phone, your contact on Google Contacts will still be intact
All you have to do is restore the backed-up contacts into the mobile phone and voila! Your contacts are back! They never went anywhere anyway.
So let us learn how to restore contacts into your mobile phone before we call it a wrap.
To restore contacts back to your phone, go to your Google Contacts, once more and click Settings, then tap on the Export option, choose the directive you want to export the contacts to, and click OK, and again, watch how your contacts get restored into your desired path in few minutes depending on the volume or file size of your contacts
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So, there you have, when next you want to back your contacts up because you have no confidence that you will not lose them, use Google Contacts to save them up, that way, you wouldn’t have to go through the troubles of writing the contacts down. You can back up in few seconds and restore in few seconds too.
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