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It is possible that you have deleted your contacts on your phone, and not on your Gmail account. Log on to your Gmail account at google.com, click the button at the top right, and then click more, then contacts. From there you should be able to delete all of the contacts you no longer wish to have. Afterwards restart any devices, and refresh/sync any ...


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go to contact > import / export > select which is contact > press next > select which you want transfer contact > select contact > done.


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You can ask him to export his Google contacts as a .csv or .vcf file and send that file to you. Then import that file from the contacts app in your phone.


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Have you tried going into the Apps list (the All tab) and clearing data for Contacts and Contacts Storage? Once that's done you can resync your phone with Google to get all of your original contacts back.


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I know it's a sub-optimal workaround, but I wrote a script for myself that I thought was worth sharing. This will filter an exported contacts file. To use go to Contacts > Import/Export > Export to storage, and copy the file to an environment equipped with python. Edit the script to read from the exported file and write to an unused path, then delete all ...


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The problem appears to be with the contacts default contacts App itself. I simply downloaded another contacts App from Playstore and all my contacts came back through it


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Use a text editor to open the VCF file It should look like this: BEGIN:VCARD VERSION:2.1 FN:****FIRST NAME****** N:******NAME*******;;;; TEL;VOICE;PREF:********NUMBER******** END:VCARD REPLACE all stars with the data's name that I provided between them


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You can fix this by Contacts >groups >not assigned. You can choose what to do with them from there. This is the only way I've found to delete contacts that show up in messenger and not in any other place.


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Check where these both contacts are coming from. Some services might support a set of features, some not. For example, in our feature phones, the contacts stored in SIM card could only save one phone number per contact, while the ones stored in phone could store multiple phone numbers along with other details as well.


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You could move all your contacts to your SIM card. From there, just put the SIM in the New phone, and,move them back Method Go to your contacts. Select "backup contacts", and select "to SIM card" and wait. Once done, turn off both devices, and put the SIM card from the old phone in the New one In the contacts of the New phone, press "restore" and then ...


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If you have your previous phone working. Simply export your contact to external storage this will create a .vcf file. Send the file to new android phone and just open it all contacts will be restored. If your previous phone is damaged and you have synced your contacts it will we saved on the Google account and can be restored to new device by syncing. To ...


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Normally, it is the person calling you that chooses to call as unknown. Even if it is someone you know and that person is in your contacts, if they have their caller ID turned off, they will appear as unknown on your device. However, if this happens for every single one of your contacts calling you, I doubt that it is them having their caller ID turned off. ...


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I've noticed that when I link contacts, the contact turns yellow. So it's possible that they actually do mean something (like an email contact, facebook contact etc)


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What I did: I removed my Google account from my phone, then deleted all data of the Apps: Contacts, Contacts Storage and Google Contact Sync, rebooted the phone and added my Google account again. Result: All my Google contacts are gone (and the phone is suddenly quite fast again! :-) ... however, it does not work to sync my Google contacts back (my ...


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You can manage duplicate items in Google contacts. For that your phone contacts need to be synced with google contacts. After the sync you need to visit Google Contacts Preview website to find/manage the duplicates. You'll be able to see on the left side of the screen that an option to "Find duplicates" avaliable. Just click on that and google will manage to ...


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On my phone this problem appears to be caused by LinkedIn. Try disabling that sync and then clean again. It only happens to certain contacts for me.



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