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How to Migrate Contacts from Old Android Phone to New Samsung S6

Leo Lin

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Recently, people change mobile phones very frequently, especially when a new phone model such as Samsung S6 has been announced to public. Samsung S6 is very popular that a large number of people has been attracted by its beautiful design and improved performance. It’s without saying that numerous people will discard the old phone and switch to the trendy Samsung Galaxy S6.

If I were in your shoes, transferring contacts from old phone to the new Samsung Galaxy S6 will be the top item on next-to-do list. Now hereof I will share an effective way to help you transfer all contacts from old phone to new Galaxy S6 quickly.

If you need to transfer more files such as photos, videos, music, calendar, text messages and etc, please choose some third-party programs such as Gihosoft Mobile Transfer. It offers an easy way about transferring contacts from Android to another Android phone.

How to Transfer Contacts from Old Android Phone to Galaxy S6 via Google

With the great popularity of Android operating system, Google has announced a bunch of services for Android users around the globe. With only a Google account, Android users can enjoy all the services such as backup, sync files, Email and more. By using Gmail, you can transfer all your phone contacts to Galaxy S6. Just see how it goes:

1. Sync old phone contacts with Google
Firstly please take out your old Android phone and go to Settings, navigate to Accounts to add your Gmail account. Once you successfully signed in, you can sync all your contacts with Gmail.

2. Sync Google contacts with Galaxy S6
Now please open your Samsung Galaxy S6, make sure that the phone is connected to internet. Afterwards, please go to Settings and turn to Accounts to add Google acccount, so you can sync Google contacts with your new Samsung phone.
Whats's more, you have another way to transfer contacts between old and new Android phones.

How to Transfer Contacts from Old Android to Galaxy S6 via SD Card?

SD card is commonly used on smartphones for storing files. Now you can switch your old Android phone contacts to Galaxy S6 via SD card. This methos is also very easy.
1. Open old Android phone and go to Contacts, you will find the Export contacts option on its drop downlist. Please choose to export contacts to SD card.
2. Fix the SD card to Galaxy S6.
3. Go to Contacts, click More icon to open drop-down menu list, click Import contacts to import from SD card.
Now you can check all the contacts one by one. Is this method easy?

If you need to transfer more files between Android phones such as calendar, call log, SMS messages, photos, videos, music and Apps, you can transfer all files within a click by using Gihosoft Mobile Transfer. Here’s a guide about how to transfer contacts from Android to Android .


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