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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Share Contact via Bluetooth

There are some methods that you can use to transfer contact from your Samsung Galaxy SIII to another device. One of the possible methods to do is by using Bluetooth. To make you be able to do so, first of all make sure you have enabled Bluetooth on your device, as well as the another device you want to share the contact to.

See also: How to Enable or Disable Bluetooth on Samsung Galaxy S3

Once the Bluetooth is enabled in both of the devices, now you're ready transferring the required contact you wish.

How to share namecard via Bluetooth?
To do so, kindly follow the steps listed below:
  1. Open Contacts apps from your Home screen or App drawer.
  2. Tap Contacts tab.
  3. Tap the required contact you wish to share.
  4. Tap the Menu key.
  5. On pop up menu select Share namecard via.
  6. Tap Bluetooth.
  7. Tap the desired device you would like to share the contact to.
  8. The required contact has been sent.
  9. Tap Home button to return to the standby mode.

By knowing how to transfer contact details using Bluetooth connection, now you can share the required contact you wish with another Bluetooth capable device. So, hope this helps :)


  1. On the Share contact via list of apps, how does one add or edit that list? I use another Messaging app (Handscent) that doesn't show up in the list. Thanks, Rod

    1. Hi Rodswartz,
      Thanks for coming.
      I've just duplicated your issue, seems the messaging app allowed in the share contact via list apps is the stock Messaging app only. I've tried to disable the Stock Messaging app, this will also remove the messaging option from the share contact via list app. I've tried to set the Handcent as the default, but still no luck. The possible way to share contact using Handcent is through the app itself. Create new message using Handcent and then attach the contact you wish to share from there, but you're not allowed to multiple select when attaching the contact so you need to attach the contact one by one.
      Hope this helps :)


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