Picked up a new Android handset? Everybody loves upgrade day, getting a shiny new handset to mess around with and show off is a great feeling. You’ve gone through your setup process and managed to copy your videos, pictures, and settings over from your old handset. Now let’s look at how to transfer contacts from Android to Android.
How to transfer contacts from Android to Android - Sync Your Google Account
In case you forgot to do it when setting up your new phone, syncing the same Google account that was on your old Android handset should also import your contact into your new handset. First, double-check that you’re all synced up on your old handset. If not, this isn’t going to work. The following steps have been recreated using Google Pixel 5 running Android 12, let’s get into it:
How to transfer contacts from Android to Android - Manually Export/Import
If for some reason you cannot access your Google account on your old handset, if your Google account isn’t pulling contacts through, you can import/export manually. Here’s how to do it: