Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Export Contacts to SD Card

As we all know that Samsung Galaxy SIII allows you to expand your storage by inserting SD card inside it. It's easy to do so, that's why you can open the back case then insert it into its slot by yourself. Once you've finished, now you're ready to use it as your extended storage.

See also: How to Insert and Remove Memory Card on Samsung Galaxy S3

As same as SIM or internal memory, you can also export your contacts as .vcf file then save it to your SD card. Later days, you can use this file to import contacts to your PC or another phone or re-import it again to your Galaxy SIII.

How to export contacts to SD card as .vcf file?
Below are the steps you need to do to transfer contacts to SD card:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Tap Contacts.
  3. Tap Contact tab.
  4. Tap the Menu key.
  5. On pop up menu select Import/Export.
  6. On the next pop up menu select Export to SD card.
  7. Tap OK button to confirm exporting contacts to SD card.

By knowing on how to transfer contacts to your SD card as .vcf file, later you can import the files to another phone or PC. You can also perform these steps to backup your contacts manually. So, have you ever transferring contacts to your SD card? Why you did that?

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