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Maybe this post is useful for you: http://android.stackexchange.com/a/41459/31639 Basically you could try searching the sqlite database location under /data/data By default it's /data/data/com.android.providers.contacts/databases (at least for me (currently running GPE on my GS4)) Anyway, just copying some folders from internal storage is far away from a ...


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In sony tipo go for contacts press [at the bottom there well be three buttons press right side last one like four lines] then go for backup contacts the back up to sim, memory card or intenal storage.


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The workaround I did was exporting my contacts to a VCF file then importing them on my old phone which has a field for birthdays, then edited/added birthdays and saved/exported the updated contacts and imported it into my newer AOSP phone. Worked fine. The contacts app on my new phone doesn't display birthdays but they show up in Birthdroid


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Try to resync whatsapp from settings, steps below: (This may vary per device.) Go to Settings > General > Accounts > Whatsapp. Untick the option (shown in screenshot below). Reboot your device. Again go to Settings > General > Accounts > Whatsapp. Re-enable the sync option of whatsapp. Screenshot of the option in settings: Hope my ...


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Only those contacts will sync with Gmail that are fed or created as Google accounts. Some phones do not give this choice while the contact is being created and so, it is just a phone contact. To sync these contacts with Gmail, you have to edit such contacts. Use the following steps: Go to contacts. Click edit contact. On top of the contact above the name ...


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there a lot apps that can enable to check pick the contacts and imported to your device https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.androidyou.simmanager&hl=en


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Google is going to be your best bet. However, if you have a ton of contacts and getting that list back immediately is extremely important, I have two other suggestions: I know that when I setup my phone it syncs with several accounts (including Samsung) in addition to Google. You may be able to get LG customer service to help you if they sync them too. ...


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Your only means of accessing your list of contacts is through your google account (which is how I assume you tried to do so with your wife's phone). However, this is dependent on when you last synced your contacts with your google account on your phone before it was destroyed. So, it's possible that you didn't make a recent sync back when it was still ...


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It depends on what details you gave on your Google account. You have to had entered either a recovery email or you phone number and your real name. If you had these, you can try to recover your username from https://www.google.com/accounts/recovery/forgotusername and after that you can reset your password from https://www.google.com/accounts/recovery/ .


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Try Contacts Dialer. That is the only dialer app that I found that offered Facebook support, seems reliable, and offers a ton of extra features and settings (that you'll actually use). I just started using it myself and it looks promising. The user interface is fantastic and very user friendly. I also just noticed that it does allow you to choose which ...


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I have Google voice, in addition to my cell carrier's assigned phone number, so this may not be true for everyone, but you can use Google Takeout to download all your data for any Google service you use. Just go to www.google.com/settings/takeout, and pick the services you want to review. Google will pack them all up in an archive which you can then download ...


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Hangouts does this. (And here's a useless sentence because SE thinks an answer can't be less than 30 characters.)


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With another phone, I also used to move some contacts (like administrative contacts) off the way (that's at the end of the list) by adding a special character prefix to their name. So apparently this is not possible with Android and Google Contacts app. I am not completely happy with adding a "zz" prefix... but there is another way: by selecting the contact ...


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Just a suggestion: have a look at MyLocalAccount from FJ Softwaredevelopment. This app does represent a local contact account. This is helpfully for devices without local contact account (f.e. Nexus series) if you don't want to sync your contacts with Google servers. These contacts can be synced then f.e. with MyPhoneExplorer to your PC.


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I'd recommend using Motorola Migrate The description says: Move stuff from your old phone to your new Motorola smartphone.



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