How to Transfer Contacts from Outlook to Android
Suppose you buy an Android phone and prepare to import phone numbers or contacts from Outlook to the new phone. It's unimaginable to input contacts one by one if you have hundreds of contacts. Worse still, if your contacts are more than a sim card can hold, you can't just put the sim card to your Android phone to transfer contacts. In fact, one easy way is to sync contacts from Outlook to Android phones.
Ways to sync contacts from Outlook to Android phone.
Owners of some HTC devices like the EVO 4G can use HTC Sync 3.0, a specially designed Microsoft Outlook and Windows Address Book-syncing app. It synchronizes contacts and calendars from Outlook to Android. However, HTC Sync 3.0 doesn't work with all HTC phones, just for some latest new phones. Hit HTC's site to get more information or download Sync 3.0.
And too many Android phones lack free Outlook sync options, or some phones do not let you sync Outlook contacts with Android at once. You may need to import and export CSV files full of contacts. Then you may turn to Dr.Fone - Phone Manager (Android) - the best Android contacts transfer and managing tool, which enables you to import contacts from Outlook to Android immediately and conveniently.
One-Stop Solution to Transfer Contacts from Outlook to Android Phone
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Easy steps to transfer contacts from Outlook to Android:
Here you will find how to transfer contacts from Outlook to Android step by step.
Step 1. Set up your Android phone
Download Dr.Fone on your PC. Launch it and select "Phone Manager". Then connect your Android phone to your PC. Your PC will detect your device automatically.
Step 2. Move contacts from Outlook to Android
Go to the "Information > Contacts" Tab, and click "Import" to select "Import contacts from your computer". In the drop-down list, choose to import contacts from Outlook 2010/2013/2016.
Select a contacts account to save the imported contacts. Then this program begins downloading Outlook contacts to Android. After successfully downloading, the contacts will be displayed in the contacts account. You can also move specific contacts to any group as you like here.
If you have an Outlook account on your Android phone, you can easily sync contacts in it to your Android phone.
Dr.Fone - Phone Manager (Android) is a simple and effective Android phone data manager to transfer contacts to Android. Apart from syncing Outlook to Android phone, it's available for you to manage and backup your contacts to PC, convert videos to the most suitable formats for your Android phones, or backup and restore your Android device with one click.
The video below guides you on how to import and restore Android contacts.
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