How to Copy Contacts to SD Card on Android Phone

Well, how do I transfer my contacts to my SD card? Refer to this post as here you will get to learn how you can import contacts to SD card on your Android phone.

By Faye Clarke | Posted on: Mar. 28, 2019, Last Updated: Mar. 28, 2019

There is no doubt that smartphones have completely changed the way we communicate with others. One tap and you can get in touch with your loved ones. More, the days are gone when you have to write down your family members or loved one’s phone numbers and all thanks go to the Contacts app. This application on your Android phone can save as many as contacts you want to.

But, have you ever wondered what if important contact gets deleted accidentally? What’s more, a virus attack on your phone can even lead to data loss. In this case, the best thing you can do this is to copy contacts to SD card on Android phone. This will backup your contacts and if you ever lost your contacts, then you can easily restore them from SD card.

How to Copy Contacts to SD Card Directly

You can export contacts to SD card within your Android phone. It means you don’t have to rely on any third-party tools to move contacts to SD card.

Here are the steps on how to transfer contacts to SD card directly:

Step 1 To start with, tap on “Contacts” from your phone home screen. Or go to “Apps” and then, open “Contacts” app.

Step 2 Here, select the “Menu” icon which is located at the upper-right corner of your phone screen.

Step 3 Then, click on “Import/Export contacts” option or click on “Settings”>“Import/Export contacts” option.

Step 4 After that, click on “Export to Memory /SD Card” option and finally, click on the “Ok” button.

How to Copy Contacts to SD Card Directly

How to Copy Contacts to SD Card Directly

How to Copy Contacts to SD Card via AnyTrans for Android

If you don’t find the above method easy, then try AnyTrans for Android. Moreover, you can only copy contacts one by one with the above method. But, with this software, you can easily manage and transfer your contacts in batch to SD card or computer as well. It is truly a super fast method to move contacts to SD card that will take a few minutes. It is also safe and secure to download this software either on your Windows or Mac computer.

Here is the step-by-step guide on how to copy contacts to SD card on Android phone with the help of AnyTrans for Android:

Step 1 Download and install the software on your computer and then, launch it. Next, connect your phone to the computer using a USB cable or download AnyTrans app to connect via Wi-Fi.

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How to Copy Contacts to SD Card via AnyTrans for Android - Step 1

How to Copy Contacts to SD Card via AnyTrans for Android – Step 1

Step 2 After that, select the “Contacts” category and then all contacts will display. Click on the setting icon (three horizontal lines) in the upper-right corner to change the export destination as your Android SD card.

How to Copy Contacts to SD Card via AnyTrans for Android - Step 2

How to Copy Contacts to SD Card via AnyTrans for Android – Step 2

Step 3 Now, select the contacts you want to transfer to SD card, and click on “Send to PC” button.

How to Copy Contacts to SD Card via AnyTrans for Android - Step 3

How to Copy Contacts to SD Card via AnyTrans for Android – Step 3

Step 4 Within a few minutes, selected contacts will be transferred to your SD card. You will get the message saying “Transfer completed” as shown in the below figure.

How to Copy Contacts to SD Card via AnyTrans for Android - Step 4

How to Copy Contacts to SD Card via AnyTrans for Android – Step 4

The Bottom Line

That’s all on Android move contacts to SD card. Get AnyTrans for Android and transfer your important contacts to SD card within a few minutes. If you have any more doubts, please feel free to ask in the below comment section.

Faye Clarke

Member of iMobie_Inc, an enthusiastic fan of Apple and Jazz music, always ready to offer advice and solutions to any iOS & Android related issues.