How to Transfer Contacts from Android to PC/Computer
How can I transfer Android contacts to computer for backup? Currently Android phone have become one of the most popular communicating and entertaining device in the daily life due to its powerful functions and trendy design. It is undeniable that people like to store a large number of information and various files in their device. But there are unexpected storms for the data in the phone not being completely safe at all. The lost of the device, formatting the phone, virus attack, system broken, and the wrong operation by accident and other circumstances may put your precise and important data into risk. Thus, have you ever thought to transfer contacts from Android to computer for backup? If your answer is YES, you can find some idea solutions in the below contents:
You would not complete the work without the help of a third-party program - MobiKin Assistant for Android and MobiKin Assistant for Android (Mac Version), with which you can transfer your contacts information only in a few seconds by several clicks. Not only contacts, it allows you to copy other valuable data from Android devices to PC safely and accurately, such as the telephone number, name, address, e-mail and other details of the contact. Here is no need to worry about the mode of your phone as this software can support overall brands of Android smart phone, including HTC, Samsung, Motorola, Sony, ZTE, LG, HUAWEI, Dell and many more.
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Now, follow the steps to export and save your Android contacts on your personal computer easily.
Step1: Install and Launch the Software, then Connect to the PC
After downloading and installing, launch the software on your computer, then connect your Android phone with the PC successfully. Then, enable USB Debugging on your device. If you do not know how to do, you can go to here to learn how to enable USB debugging on different Android devices.
If you find the detailed info of your Android phone have been displayed in the program just like the below, then you device have been connected and recognized by the program successfully. If you can't find an interface like below, that means your device is failed to connect, and you can go to here to find solutions.
Step2: Preview and Export Contacts to Computer
Directly click the "Contacts" button from the left panel. Then you'll find that all the contacts in your phone will be shown in the program accordingly. Click any contact in the program for viewing, and then mark all number you need, and click the "Export " button to back up your contacts to the PC.
The program allows users to export contacts from Android to computer partially or in a batch. You can choose the way according to your own needs.
If you only need to export all contacts from Android to computer, you can directly click "Super Toolkit" on the top menu, and hit "Backup" button in the main screen. After that, tick the file type of Contacts, and hit "Back Up" button to backup your selected data on PC.
1. Go to "Settings > Accounts", find the icon of Google, then login into with your Gmail account. Then you should to check that you've enabled the sync "Contacts" option.
2. Navigate to "Contacts" in your Google account, and tap on "More > Export". After that, you'll see an interface like below. Just choose the contacts you wish to export and decide the exported format as you like.
3. After that, you can click "Export" button to begin the process.
Now, you have exported or backed up your Android contacts on the desktop computer, and now you may feel free to return the Android phone to the factory resetting. However, when you have done the operation on your device, that means all data on the Android have been cleared at one time. And if you wish to use the phone for communication, you may need to get back these contacts list from computer to Android again. To reach it, you still can use the above recommended tool to load contacts from desktop computer as you like. Below is the detailed steps:
Step 1. Make your Android be recognized, and directly go to "Contacts" category.
Step 2. Click the button of "Import" to find the contacts backup files in your local disk, and then choose the one you wish to restore and click "OK" to load them to your connected Android easily.
Step 3. If the backup file is generated with the MobiKin's Backup function, you can directly go to "Super Toolkit" and click "Restore" button to get contacts back to any Android device as you like.