Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Import Contact in VCF File Manually from Gmail to Phone

At the previous post, we have learn how to import .vcf file from your phone to your Gmail manually. This option of course will help you to syncronize your Contacts with your Gmail when auto sync option on your phone is disabled.

See also: How to Import Contact in VCF File Manually from Samsung Galaxy S3 to Gmail

In addition to import .vcf file to your Gmail, you can also be able to export manually your Gmail contact as .vcf file then import it to your Galaxy SIII. To do this, you need to connect your phone with your computer using a USB cable then copying the .vcf file from your computer to your SD card.


How to export .vcf file from Gmail?
Below are the steps to export your Gmail contact as .vcf file:
  1. On your PC, launch Browser by clicking the icon on your desktop.
  2. Navigate to Gmail by typing Gmail.com on the address bar.
  3. Login to your Gmail account.
  4. On your Gmail, click Contacts.
  5. Click More.
  6. In the drop down menu select Export.
  7. Now you will see some option available when exporting Gmail contact, such as:
    • Selecting which contact you want to export: selected contacts, certain group contacts or all your Gmail contacts.
    • Selecting which format file you want to use. In this case you have to choose vCard format.
  8. Click Export button.

Once you've finished exporting Gmail contacts, then copy .vcf you've just exported to your SD card. Now you can start importing .vcf file to your contacts by utilizing Import from SD card option that you can find under Contacts option.

See also: How to Import Contacts in VCF File from SD Card on Samsung Galaxy S3

So, have you ever tried to export your Gmail contacts manually then re-import it to your Galaxy SIII? Does it help you?

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