Samsung Galaxy Note 3: How To Import / Export Contacts From SD Card

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If you've just got your new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and want to transfer your contacts from your other phone, the process would be easier than you thought. It is now easier to import or export contacts from the SD card with the latest version of Android. Here's what you need to do:

Also read: How To Manage Contacts On Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Import / Export Contacts From SD Card


  1. Go to the Home screen of your phone and tap the Apps icon.
  2. Now tap Contacts and if necessary, tap the Contacts tab.
  3. Hit the Menu key.
  4. Now tap on Import/Export option.
  5. If you want to export, tap Export to SD Card then OK to confirm the action.
  6. On the other hand, if you want to import just tap Import from SD Card.
  7. Choose which account you want contacts to be saved in to.
  8. If there's only one contact file to be imported, contacts automatically be added and you're finished.
  9. In case you have multiple contact files on your SD card, you will be prompted with three options: Import vCard File, Import Multiple vCard Files, and Import All vCard Files.
  10. Tap OK.
  11. Choose which vCard file(s) you want to import and tap OK.
  12. Done.

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