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By default set storage location in your Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Want to set SD card as default storage on Galaxy Note 9? Here’s how to change the default storage location on Note 9 contacts. You can change the default location of storing contacts on your Galaxy Note 9 using a contacts app. After change storage location, you can easily transfer data from your phone storage to SD card. You can save new contacts to Google account, Samsung account, phone, and SD card options (If inserted) for the default storage location.
After inserted SD card, you can easily move contacts, apps to SD card on Samsung Note 9. Follow the below-given step by step process to change the default storage location on Note 9 contacts.
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How to Change Default Storage Location on Note 9 Contacts
You’ll also move apps or files from internal storage to SD card on Galaxy Note 9 after inserted SD card on the device.
Step 1: Open the Contact app in your Samsung Note 9.
Step 2: Tap Three vertical dots (More) at the upper right corner.
Step 3: Select Manage contacts.
Here you can see Merge contacts, Import/Export contacts, Sync contacts, and default storage location options.
Step 4: Tap Default storage location
Step 5: Choose from the Samsung account/Google/Phone/SD card to select where your contacts will be saved.
Also, add an account if you want to change the default contact storage location on the galaxy Note 9. After change Note 9 storage location for contacts, automatically new add contact will add to the new default storage location.
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How to Move Files from Internal Storage to SD Card on Galaxy Note 9
If inserted SD card on your galaxy note 9, you can easily move files, photos & videos, apps from phone storage to SD card.
Step 1: Open Gallery or My files on your Note 9.
Step 2: Select photos, video, audio, or other data you want to transfer.
Step 3: Tap Three vertical dots (Menu) at the upper right corner.
Step 4: Select Move.
Step 5: Tap the SD card.
Step 6: Tap Done.
Now transfer photos, videos, or other files to the SD card on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
And that’s all. I hope this tutorial helpful to change the default storage location on Note 9 contacts. If you have any questions, tell us in below comment box. Stay and connect with us for the latest updates.