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How To Import/Export Contacts On Galaxy Smartphone With One UI?

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Did you ever lost your complete Smartphone contacts because you didn't made a backup? I had faced that couple of times in the past, but not when I had a Smartphone but when with a Java phone. As you all know Java phones comes with very limited functionality, and that's the beauty of Android Smartphones which has unlimited features.

However do you know how to take a complete backup of your phone contacts in ".vcf" format and store it as a local file on your phone, sdcard etc. If not please continue with this tutorial.

This tutorial will help you to Import/Export all contatcs on your Samsung Galaxy Android Smartphone with One UI to SD card, Phone and SIM. You may all be aware about this method on your older version Galaxy Smartphones with Touchwiz UI, however in One UI it's slightly different.

Please note that this method is compatible on all Samsung Galaxy One UI devices like, Samsung Galaxy A21s, Samsung Galaxy M01, Samsung Galaxy A51 5G, Samsung Galaxy M11, Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, Samsung Galaxy A41, Samsung Galaxy A Quantum, Samsung Galaxy A21s, Samsung Galaxy J2 Core (2020), Samsung Galaxy A Quantum, Samsung Galaxy A71 5G, Samsung Galaxy A51 5G, Samsung Galaxy A21, Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, Samsung Galaxy M11, Samsung Galaxy A31, Samsung Galaxy A41, Samsung Galaxy M21, Samsung Galaxy A11, Samsung Galaxy M31, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G, Samsung Galaxy S20+, Samsung Galaxy S20 5G UW, Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G, Samsung Galaxy Xcover Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, Samsung Galaxy A01, Samsung Galaxy A71, Samsung Galaxy A51, Samsung Galaxy Xcover FieldPro, Samsung Galaxy A70s, Samsung Galaxy A20s, Samsung Galaxy M30s, Samsung Galaxy M10s, Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G, Samsung Galaxy Fold, Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro, Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, Samsung Galaxy A30s, Samsung Galaxy A50s, Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G, Samsung Galaxy Note10+, Samsung Galaxy Note10 5G, Samsung Galaxy Note10, Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2, Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 Aluminum, Samsung Galaxy A10s, Samsung Galaxy A10e, Samsung Galaxy Tab S6, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019), Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4s, Samsung Galaxy A2 Core, Samsung Galaxy Watch Active, Samsung Galaxy View2, Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, Samsung Galaxy S10+, Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10e, Samsung Galaxy M40, Samsung Galaxy M30, Samsung Galaxy M20, Samsung Galaxy M10, Samsung Galaxy A80, Samsung Galaxy A70, Samsung Galaxy A60, Samsung Galaxy A50, Samsung Galaxy A40, Samsung Galaxy A30, Samsung Galaxy A20e, Samsung Galaxy A20, Samsung Galaxy A10, Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019) and Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 & S Pen (2019).

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Steps To Import/Export Contacts On Samsung Galaxy Smartphone With One UI to ".vcf" File

1. First tap on "Contacts" icon from your app drawer. Once tapped you will get the below screen. Here tap on the burger menu marked in red.

2. Once tapped you will get the below slider menu. Now here tap on "Manage contacts".

3. Once done you will get the below menu. Here tap on "Import or export contacts".

4. Now you will get the below screen. Here tap on "Export".

5. In the next screen as shown below you will get options;

a. Internal Storage.

b. SD card

c. SIM

You can select the option of your choice and the contacts will be exported to that location. The output will be a single file in ".vcf" format.

Now if you want to "Import" contacts to your Galaxy Smartphone then please continue with the below steps.

6. Continue from step 1 to 5 and when you get the below screen tap on "Import".

7. Once tapped you will get the below page and you will get the import locations to select.

a. Internal storage

b. SD card

After you select the location the ".vcf" file will be automatically searched.

8. When the search is complete you will get all the ".vcf" files in the selected location as show below. You just need to select the right one and the import will begin.

Once finished all your contacts that was there during the time of export will be restored back.

Hope this tutorial helped.

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