When you import contacts to your Samsung or other Android devices in large numbers, there's always the chance that you'll end up with duplicates. And everyone knows how bad it is to handle duplicate contacts, find them and merge or remove them.
The stock Contacts apps on the Android doesn't feature anything close to a smart merge feature. If you want to find, remove or merge the duplicate contacts on your Samsung or other Android phone, there are three options: remove the duplicate contacts one by one manually, or using software to find and batch deal with them on Mac/PC. Apparently, the second option is what we’re exploring in this post.
However, which tool is good for finding, removing or merging the duplicate contacts from Samsung and other Android device without losing data? Please don't worry, you are never too late to know Android Data Manager.
Android Data Manager is an all-in-one data management tool, which allows you to delete duplicate contacts from any Android device like Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, HuaWei and so on. All duplicate contacts are shown with the same name, phone number or email. This program helps you find and merge all duplicate contacts at once. In addition, you can also import/export/delete contacts, apps, photos, text messages, music, videos and more with the help of this management program.
Android Data Manager is your one stop solution that lets you manage your entire mobile lifestyle in one convenient place which more than your imagine, and it not just apply to Android.
How to Find And Merge Duplicate Contacts on Samsung Android
Step 1. Launch the program and connect your device to your computer
After downloading, install and launch it on your computer, then connect your Samsung or other Android device to the same computer by using its USB cable, the Android manager will immediately detect your phone and show it in the primary interface like the screenshot below.
Step 2. Find and merge duplicate contacts with a click
In the left sidebar of the program, click "Contacts". On the right, click "De-duplicate". This program will automatically detect all duplicate contacts on your phone. Then, all contacts with the same name, phone number or email are listed. By default, all contacts have the duplicate contents are ticked off. If you want to merge some of them, just unchecked the contacts that you do not want to merge. Then at the top line, choose a match type. After that, click "Merge Selected", the button at the lower right corner.
This will bring up a rectangle, reading "Are you sure you want to merge the selected group as shown in the preview?". If yes, click "Yes". Then the merging process begins. Be sure your Android phone is connected. When it ends, click "OK".
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