How to Swap contacts from an old to a new Smartphone? 2 Effective Trick!

Today’s article is all about Swap contacts from an old to a new smartphone. Many times, you need to transfer all files between two phones, especially contacts information.

Now, we’ll tell you two ways to transfer contacts from old phone to new phone.

How to swap Contacts From an old to a new smartphone Using Gmail Google Backup?

Let’s talk about our topic how to swap Contacts from an old to a new smartphone, So read the steps below:-

  1. Go to Settings on your old smartphone.
  2. Scroll down and then Open “Accounts and Sync.”
  3. If you don’t have any google account then create your new google account Otherwise Go to the Next step.
  4. In your Google account Sync contacts and create google contacts backup.
  5. Then, Go to Settings on your new smartphone.
  6. Scroll down and then Open “Accounts and Sync.”
  7. Add an account exactly as the old smartphone account.
  8. Now, you will able to see all contacts on your new smartphones.
Swap contacts from an old to a new Smartphone

How to Import/Export contacts from old to a new smartphone?

  1. Go to the contact app on your old smartphone or Go to settings > Search Contact.
  2. Click on Import/Export contacts then Export contacts from a storage device.
  3. Export all of your contacts from your old phone as a VCard file(vcf). for example, “Contacts.vcf” by default.
  4. You can send the vcf file attachment to your new smartphone through Email/Gmail, Bluetooth, or any other files transfer app.
  5. Create an account on your new smartphone and Download the vcf file.
  6. Then Go to the Contact app or Go to Settings > Manage Contacts.
  7. Click on Import/Export contacts then Import vcf file that you download from the mail or any other app. Tap on “OK” to transfer contacts from your old smartphone to a new smartphone.
  8. Thus, Two ways to transfer contacts from an old smartphone to a new smartphone.

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