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The same thing happened to me over a year ago. My contacts are still messed up because I noticed the problem only over a month after it had happened and I had also done enough changes on both my phone and Google web that I didn't dare trying a roll back to a backup that I had taken myself. So, I've just lived with it and cleaned up the contacts as I've run ...


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First go the https://contacts.google.com and remove duplicates under the option Find duplicates. This will remove any duplicates and you can merge them to make it Since Google contacts preview(contacts.google.com) doesn't support export feature as of now, you have to visit https://www.google.com/contacts and take a .vcf export to your computer and transfer ...


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Open Contacts -> Contacts to Display -> Show all contacts If you select Show all Contacts all contacts in all the accounts you configured in you phone will be display. If you want to show only the contacts saved in your Exchange account select the configured Exchange account in the Contacts to Display menu selection. A preview of how it might look ...


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In the Contacts app go to the three dots and select Contacts to Display. Make sure the Exchange account is included in the contacts being displayed.


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You can follow these steps: Rename the contact in your phone book and save. Go to Settings > Account > whatsapp > sync now (or any similar option) Most likely, your contact is not synced after you renamed!


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Can't it be done by synchronisation of contact over whatsapp contact.. I mean editing contact in phone or sim card and sync to whatsapp then whatsapp replace the old contact and shows the new one.


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WhatsApp seems to create a read-only version of the contact on many phones, so if simply changing the contact's name in your contacts app doesn't work, you might have to: Delete the contact Create a new one with the updated name.


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I looked into this some time ago and at least then it was not possible super easily. The best tip I found (which I haven't tried out myself as it applies to rooted devices only and I haven't yet taken that plunge) was from a Reddit thread that discussed the question. The thread points to an Exposed Framework module called DonkeyGuard. The developer ...



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