Want To Export All Your Contacts From Your Android Phone And SIM To Gmail. So, How To Export Contacts From Android To Gmail? If You Are Unaware How To No Issue, Read This Article And Learn How To Export Contacts From Android To Gmail.
Exporting Contacts to Gmail is a smart way to backup/migrate/transfer contacts from your Android device to Google Cloud. So, that if you lose or need to replace your Android phone you can easily restore your contacts to a new phone. So, now there is no reason why you should lose all your contacts on your Android anymore.
All you need to do is keep the automatic backup on in your Android and keep your device connected to the internet. Google will keep all your contacts in sync all the time whenever you save new contact or delete.
Moreover, if you own multiple Android devices you can log in with the same Gmail id and all your Contacts will be in sync and you can access all the contacts on all your devices. Let’s get started without any further ado.
Note: Every Android Device production company have their own UI (user interface) and often name settings in a different way. So, in this post, the step-by-step instructions we have provided may be a bit different from those on your Android device.
Step 1 – On your Android Phone, open Settings.
Step 2 – Scroll search Accounts and open it.
Step 3 – Look for Google account or Gmail id. Click and open it and go to Account Sync.
Step 4 – Check the Contacts sync is On.
Step 5 – Now go back to the menu and open the Contacts App.
Step 6 – Go to the 3 small horizontal line menu located on the upper left side of your screen. Open it.
Step 7 – Here you can see option settings open it.
Step 8 – Tap and open Google Contacts sync settings.
Step 9 – Check for option Also sync device contacts, under it select Manage settings.
Step 10 – Here switch on Automatically backup & sync device contacts.
This is the method using which all your contacts on your Android device will be exported as well as backed up to your Gmail/Google account.
For users who just want to export a copy of their Contacts to Google Drive follow the steps below.
Step 1 – Go to your Android phone menu and open the Contacts App.
Step 2 – Go to the 3 small horizontal line menu located on the upper left side of your screen. Open it.
Step 3 – Here you can see option Settings, tap, and open Settings.
Step 4 – On the next screen scroll and find the option Export, tap on it.
Step 5 – When you tap on Export, you will get an option to select contacts on SIM and Gmail accounts. Checkmark all and tap Export to .vcf file. When the option appears SAVE tap and save.
Here we come to the end of this post. We hope by now you would have exported and backed up all your contacts from your Android to your Gmail/Google account. Will be back with more post to help troubleshoot Android issues.