Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Send Contact Using Android Beam

Well, you may have asked by your friend to share him a contact from your Samsung Galaxy SIII to his phone for any reason. To do so, you can use some available methods, one of which is by sending the contact using messaging.

See also: How to Share Contact via Messaging on the Samsung Galaxy S3

Another method, if your friend's phone has NFC feature inside, then you can send the desired contact using the Android Beam. This feature will allow you to send data--including contact-- to another NFC-enabled devices.

How to transfer contact using Android Beam?
First, make sure the NFC in both the devices is enabled. Next, you just need to follow the steps listed below:
  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Tap More settings.
  3. If necessary, tap NFC to enable this option.
  4. Tap Android Beam.
  5. Slide the slider next to the Android Beam to the right to enable this option.
  6. Now, open the Contacts app and select the desired contact you wish to send.
  7. Touch the back of your phone to the back of another NFC-enabled device.
  8. Tap your phone's screen to beam the contact.
  9. The selected contact will be sent and displayed in the another NFC-enabled device screen.

Indeed, this method only able to send the contact individually. But, by knowing the steps, at least now you have one more options that you can do when you want to send the contact to another phone. So, hope this helps :)

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