I have an old phone (LG P350) with Android 2.2.2, where I obviously have a few contacts. Most of them are contacts with telephone numbers, which I manually created (few got automatically imported from facebook or email).
Now I have a new LG phone with Android 2.3.6. I want to have on the new phone all the contacts I had on the old one. I mean the contacts that you see when you tap on the Contacts icon.
It should be a complete no-brainer, but apparently it isn't.
Note: I don't use the GMail application neither on the old phone nor the new one, and I don't want to. I do have my @gmail.com account set as the main account for both phones.
On both the old and new phone, under Settings -> Accounts and Sync, the "Auto-sync" option is enabled. Also, under the [email protected] account listed below "manage accounts", I have enabled both "Sync people details" and "Sync contacts", both on the new and old phone.
However, my contacts don't get synced. I have a lot of contacts in the old phone that I can't find in the new one. The new phone apparently has imported all the mess of useless contacts from gmail (i.e. email addresses some with and some without names) but no phone numbers.
So how do I sync, or export and then import ALL my contacts?