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How to Manage Android Contacts with Android Contacts Manager

Nowadays people almost cannot live without a cell phone, not exaggerated at all. The mobile device has become a must-have item for us to communicate with families, friends, colleagues and business partners. To meet the constant increasing demands of consumers, all manufacturers are taking every pain to innovate and promote various high-end phones, among which Android phones have been proved to be a big success, occupying a great share of the market. These high-tech devices make it possible to contact enormous number of people at the same time. However, with time going on, the contacts list is growing exponentially, which jams and messes up our phone storage. Thus, we have to manage the tremendous increase in the number of contacts, but how to do it?

Are you planning to deal with the vast data manually on the Android smart phone? Obviously, it will be an awful and time-wasting work. Let's imagine that, you type words on the crammed and tiny keyboard, and convert input method constantly between words and numbers, Troublesome, right? Now, you are fortunately told that you don’t have to suffer such pains to manage your contacts but do it through the desktop computer, whose comparatively large screen and keyboard are favorable to manage plenty of data. To realize the contacts management on computer, you need the help of MobiKin Android Contacts Manager (Windows/Mac), which is one of the most powerful Android data processor in the market. It allows you to manage contacts through the desktop PC along with information about your Android phone like model, system version and available storage. Besides, you can also send and reply messages directly on computer, install and remove apps as well as multimedia files on your device by using the program. There is also a backup feature, which enables you to copy data to computer from your phone freely. As the best contacts manager for Android tool, it works perfectly on any Android device, such like Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola and so on.

Don't be hesitated now to get the program properly on your computer. Both two versions can be performed by the following step-by-step guide.

How to View or Manage Android Contacts on Desktop Computer/Mac?

Step 1. Link Your Device to PC and Launch the Program

Connect your Android mobile phone to computer with a simple USB cable, then run the program on your computer. The tool will auto scan your device and show you an interface like below:

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At present, you're required to enable USB debugging on your device. If you have done it, you can check the option in the program and click "Next" to install USB driver on the PC. On the contrary, you can follow the below ways to open USB debugging:

1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging".
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
3) 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".

When you phone is successfully recognized by the program, you can see some info about your device in the program:

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Step 2. View, Add, Deleted or Edit Android Contacts As You Like

Not only contacts, other data like Apps, Music, Photos, etc. on your Android phone have also been found and displayed in the top menu. Just click "Contacts" option here and you can manage these contacts by hitting functional buttons of New, Delete, Del duplicated contacts, Backup Contacts, Restore, Modify, etc.

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