Restore Contacts on Android
Whatever you bought a new, stunning Android smartphone or you simply need to ensure your contacts safety, there are easy ways to backup contacts on Android and restore them any time on same or other device.
When you don’t have an idea of how to backup contacts on Android, it may look very complicated, but actually it is pretty easy even for people far from tech world.
First Way of restore contacts
As Android is Operating System from Google, it is enhanced by Google services and one of them is Google contacts which automatically backup you contacts to your Google account, so it will go with you anywhere you go with your Google account.
By visiting the link above, you can check all your contacts that are already saved on your Google account. If you can’t find all/any contacts there, go to your phone’s settings->accounts and turn in sync for your desired Google account.
An alternative Way of backup and restore contacts
If you don’t want to save your contacts in the cloud and simply need to save a backup file on your local hard drive or SD Card, then your best bet is to use thirty party Contacts Backup app.
You can find many tiny, free but useful apps in Google Play Store that let’s you create a backup file and restore from that file later.
You can safely transfer such backup file to another device and use the same app for restoration.
These two are the most simple, easy, fast and effective methods you can use to backup contacts on Android and restore them anytime you wish, in the same or any other Android device with no trouble and with few clicks. We hope it was useful for you, if there is any concerns or you simply know other good method worth mentioning, feel free to comment below!