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If you had auto-synced your device with your Gmail, you would probably have the backup of all the contacts. So, You can login with the same account as that of the lost phone and then retrieve the contacts from gmail/gdrive backup.
Note: Please take a backup of all your Google contacts using the old Google contacts website either as a Google .csv file or .vcf format before trying this and use an app like Super Backup : SMS & Contacts for exporting your phone contacts just in case. As I've already mentioned in my comments you can try this, First take a backup of all your google ...
You can use the Android application made by Apple : Move to iOS. The applications will let you easily transfer your contact and a lot of other data (messages, photos, Google account, bookmark) from your Android phone to your iPhone.
A vCard is contact information in a standardized form, accepted by most applications that deal in people or contact information. It is transportable between systems of differing operating systems, because of its defined form, generally: Name, Address, Phone Number, Notes, etc. In Android, the standard application to read this is called either People or ...
The email accounts are saved in the the file accounts.db under /data/system/users/<userId>/. If you're the primary user, then the userId should be 0. You can also consider taking the accounts' backup using Titanium Backup. Offline contacts are handled by Contacts Storage (com.android.providers.contacts) app and the contacts are stored in its data ...
I doubt that this will not be possible for an app to do. This is simply because an app can recognize the number only if the incoming call request has reached the phone and that is too late for a call forward and the only options are to hang up or answer. In essence this has to be supported at the operator level and that is not also going to work as they ...
I found a solution by using Automate. Automate is like Tasker but it also has Contact Picker. I can start automate flow from Tasker, then the flow can pick a contact and copy the contact number to clipboard. Then Tasker can take the number from the clipboard and do whatever I want. Hard, but it is working!!! On the way, I found that Automate is much ...
All you have to do is the following: Open the contact There will be a check mark indicating the default number: Press and hold on that number A box will appear. Select Remove Default (this may also be Clear default) You can also mark a number as default by pressing down on the phone number and selecting Mark as Default
In Android 5, a feature called screen pinning was introduced. The idea is to actually pin an active app screen so that it cannot be quit, no notifications are shown, and so on. Think of this feature as restricting yourself to a single app screen until it is unpinned again. More information can be found here. To come back to your specific problem: start the ...
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