How to Transfer Contacts from Android to Android

Want to transfer contacts from Android to Android but do not know how? This guide will tell you 3 easy & quick methods to move contacts from Android to Android.

Faye Clarke Last Updated: Jan. 20, 2020

After getting one new phone, transferring contacts may be the first thing that you will add to the must-to-do list, because you make phone calls and send text messages with family, friends, and co-workers every day, and contacts are needed. To help you out, here in this guide we collect 3 methods about how to transfer contacts from Android to Android, you can first read and then choose the best method according to your need.

Part 1. How to Transfer Contacts from Android to Android via AnyDroid

If you prefer an easy and quick way to copy contacts from Android to Android, then AnyDroid can be a good choice. Why? Here are some outstanding features about the contacts management of AnyDroid:

  1. Transfer contacts from Android to Android directly.
  2. Lets you first preview and only select the contacts you need.
  3. Enables you to easily edit your contacts and delete unwanted ones at once.
  4. A comprehensive mobile phone manager, supports you to manage other data such as photos, music, messages and call logs in one handy place.

AnyDroid is one 100% safe software. All your data will be kept safe and it will not wipe any data during the transfer. It supports all Android models and works well on Mac and PC computer, Just download AnyDroid and follow the steps below to move contacts from Android to a new device.

Step 1. Install and launch AnyDroid > Connect your two Android phones to computer via USB cables > The main interface will show as below.

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Free Download

* 100% Clean & Safe

Free Download * 100% Clean & Safe

How to Transfer Contacts from Android to Android via AnyDroid – Step 1

How to Transfer Contacts from Android to Android via AnyDroid – Step 1

Step 2. Choose Android Mover > Choose Android to Android option > Click Contacts.

How to Move Contacts from Android to Android via AnyDroid – Step 2

How to Move Contacts from Android to Android via AnyDroid – Step 2

Step 3. Preview and select the contacts you want to transfer > Click “Next” button to start transferring.

Besides contacts, AnyDroid also supports managing messages, call log, music, ringtones, photos, videos, apps etc. It can help you transfer everything from Android to Android effortlessly, and export Android phone data to computer as backup.

Part 2. How to Transfer Contacts from Android to Android via Google Account

It will help you copy all the contacts from Android to another one, if you want to transfer contacts selectively, please go to Part 1 to get the method.

You may have already logged in Google account on your phone just like other Android users, then you can try to copy contacts from Android to Android via Google sync feature.

On your old Android phone: Go to Settings > Tap Accounts & Sync > Choose Google > Tap Sync Contacts option and wait the syncing process.

On your new Android phone: Go to Settings > Tap Accounts & Sync > Log in with your Google account > Choose Sync Contacts to restore the contacts to your new phone.

Transfer Contacts from Android to Android via Google Account

Transfer Contacts from Android to Android via Google Account

Part 3. How to Transfer Contacts from Android to Android via SIM Card

This method can only help you copy all the contacts from Android to another, if you want to first preview and only choose the contacts you need, then you can refer to Part 1.

Step 1. Go to Contacts on your phone > Tap on More > Choose Export contacts > Choose export to SIM card.

Step 2. Pull out the SIM card from your old phone > Insert it into your new phone.

Step 3. On your new iPhone: Go to Contacts > Tap More > Import contacts > choose import from SIM card.

Transfer Contacts from Android to Android via SIM Card

Transfer Contacts from Android to Android via SIM Card

The Bottom Line

That’s all for how to transfer contacts from Android to new device.

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.