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How to Add Contacts to HTC/Nexus?

Since Android users, such as HTC or Google Nexus phone users, have the capability to keep a list of contacts that they add to their phone's database, these contact lists can become very valuable over time. In some cases, these contact lists can be used for numerous purposes so the data can be transferred from one device to another. However, the contact information will not need to be transferred to another device or platform in order, let alone preserving all the contact information, for the contacts be in a form that is appropriate or useful. That said, in either case or situation, the user may need a specific method to make these transfers successful from one device to another. You should know that VCF is a popular file format to save your contacts. So, in this article, we will show you how to import VCF contacts into HTC or Nexus mobile phone.

You may also want to know: How to Save HTC Phone Contacts in CSV File

Even though there are a number of different ways to add contacts to an Android phone, the user should check out MobiKin Assistant for Android or Assistant for Android (Mac Version) first. This is because this program is one of the best options for many reasons. Some of the more notable includes, providing the user with the capability to transfer data, not only contacts, but also SMS, photos, videos, music, apps, etc. that comes from both MAC and Windows to or from Android phone/tablet with ease. Further, the steps that people use is normally a 1 to 3 step process that's simple to follow. It enables you to add new contacts, not only names and phone numbers, but also emails, home address, company info, etc. to your HTC One M8/M9/X, Google Nexus 7/6/6P/5/5X/4, as well as other more Android devices like LG, Motorola, Sony and so on.

With this MobiKin Assistant for Android, people can transfer a variety of different types of data from one device to computer (contacts, SMS, photos, videos, music and apps) without encountering a lot of difficult problems that people have to troubleshoot in order to complete the process successfully. The following guide will show you how to add contacts to HTC or Google Nexus mobile phone with the program.

Read more: How to Save HTC Phone Contacts in CSV File

3 Steps to Import VCF Contacts into Nexus/HTC Phone

Step 1. Install and run Assistant for Android

Connect one port of a USB cable to the Nexus or HTC phone and the other port to your computer where you have the Assistant for Android installed. Launch the installed program and it will detect the connected Android device immediately.

Tips: if you haven't enabled the USB debugging on your phone, the Android data managing tool will be failed to detect your phone. Therefore, you have to follow the instructions below to open USB debugging on your phone.

For Android 2.3 or older, Go: "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging".
For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"

Step 2. Enter contacts management window

All transferable and manageable Android data is scanned and categorized in left side bar. Click the "Contacts" folder to enter the contacts management window. Then, all contacts on your HTC or Nexus phone are shown here, with several options displayed on above.

Step 3. Add contacts to HTC or Nexus phone

Go to the top menu, click "Import" button to browse your computer to find the target VCF contacts and transfer them to your connected HTC or Nexus phone directly. Or you can click the "Add" option to input the contact information in the pop-up window to add new contact on your phone instead.

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