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Any chance you solve this issue?


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Did you find any answer to this annoying issue?


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You can easily sync your desktop Outlook with your Samsung phone using the Samsung Smart Switch software. You can find the program at http://www.samsung.com/us/smart-switch/. The only thing I do not like about it is there is no way to just sync your calendar from Outlook to your phone. It insists on syncing in both directions. The contacts can be ...


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^ What he said! However, I had to CLEAR and STOP both Contacts and Contacts-Storage. Goto settings: Apps Goto ALL TAB Open: contacts: Clear-data, Clear-Cache, Force-stop Open: Contacts-Storage: Clear-data, Clear-Cache, Force-stop Goto settings: Accounts Open: Google: Select (your) account Select: Contacts: Toggle on/off (force sync) You may have to force ...


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Select filter in the contact option. Then select all from your local contact


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Its easy to keep multiple inactive numbers; just place them in NOTES for each contact. Notes is a wonderful item available on each contact. I keep tons of data there and never run out of space


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On my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with the Touch Wiz flavor of Android, Samsung's Contacts app (which is horrible) allows you to DISPLAY contacts from one or all accounts. When I recently installed the Whatsapp app, it changed my Contacts setting from DISPLAY only my Google account contacts to DISPLAY "all" account contacts. If this happened to you, then go to ...


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I went to my gmail account in settings and turned on the sync in all of it. I also went to settings within the phone app (when the recent, contacts, favorites etc. are at top of calling screen) and imported contacts from the g mail account. Obviously, I'm no expert, but this worked for me.


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As of now, there is no official way to see your Facebook friends on your phone's contacts app. There might be some hacks to get it done though, with some risky apps, which I strongly discourage using. -- Facebook has developed an app called Facebook Hello as an alternative contacts app. Try that, maybe.


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For your Android 4.4.2 device the command to add a contact is (replace the Bo Lawson and #123.. to whatever you want): adb shell am start -a android.intent.action.INSERT -t vnd.android.cursor.dir/contact -e name 'Bo Lawson' -e phone 123456789 Now to get it to save. This is Android 4.4.2 specific. Pressing back will save it. For this you need to use key ...


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I think there is not direct way to do that. I would recomend for you to make a simple app to insert a contact or contact list and then use it with adb. You can find an example here http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/578823/Android-Contact-Operations-Insert-Search-Delete


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Google offers an option to restore your contacts to any state within the past 30 days. This may help you recover deleted contacts. Just go to https://contacts.google.com/, click on More -> Restore contacts.


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I think that when you log in with your Google account into your phone it should automatically sync those contacts into your device if sync is on.


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If they are all indeed stored in Google contacts (and not your phone) you can export them from inside GMail. I followed these instructions and it worked well.



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