This post shows a simple method for transferring contacts from a Samsung Galaxy S3 to S5 in easy steps.
So, apart from contacts and text messages, the Phone Transfer program allows you to transfer images, videos, call logs, WhatsApp messages, and other items from your old Samsung Galaxy to your new Galaxy S3 or S5.
When you have to move data from an old phone to a new one, it is one of the most difficult things to do.
But thanks to new technology, this process can now be done in just a few steps. In order to move your contacts from Samsung Galaxy S3 to Samsung Galaxy S5, follow the steps in this guide.
When you set up your accounts in Samsung Galaxy S5, you can log in to see all of your contacts when you get back home.
If you want to move contacts from your Samsung Galaxy S3 to your Samsung Galaxy S5, you can export them to an SD card and then import them to your Galaxy S5 when you want to use them.
Samsung Galaxy S5 Export Contacts to SD Card
- Tap Contacts, then Menu.
- Choose Import/Export.
- Select Export to SD-card.
- The screen will display “Export contacts file/storage/emulated/0/Contacts.vcf”.
- Tap OK to save the file.
If you want to Transfer Contacts Samsung Galaxy S3 to S5, there are two ways. Connect your galaxy S5 to Bluetooth or put an SD card in it. It’s important to keep in mind that if you send files through Bluetooth, they will be stored in the Bluetooth folder on your Galaxy S5. Make sure you move the Contacts.vcf file to your SD card, then.
Import Contacts From Your SD Card
If you save the Contact.vcf file to your Samsung Galaxy S5’s SD card. You can import your contacts by following these steps:
- From the Home screen, select the Apps icon to open the app store.
Scroll all the way down the screen to find the Settings menu.
- Select Contacts from the Applications area of the menu bar.
- Choose the Import/Export option from the drop-down menu.
- Select Import from SD-card from the drop-down menu.
- Your contacts have now been transferred to your Galaxy S5.
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