Want to transfer contacts from SIM to phone Samsung Note 10 plus & Note 10? Here’s how to share contacts on Galaxy Note 10 Plus One UI. You can import contacts from .vcf files or SIM card and transfer with other Samsung galaxy. Also share large files, up to 2 GB per day, using link sharing in your galaxy Note 10+.
You can transfer contacts from Samsung to PC and Samsung to android devices. Also share your profile with your friends and family members. Share contacts using Bluetooth, Android Beam (NFC), Gmail, Wi-Fi direct, OneDrive, Save to drive and more. Check out below given step by step process to share contacts on Galaxy Note 10 Plus One UI.
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How to share contacts on Galaxy Note 10 Plus and Note 10
You can import and export contacts in galaxy Note 10 plus using below given settings.
Step 1: Open Phone app in your Samsung Note 10+
Step 2: Tap Contacts tab at bottom right corner
Step 3: Tap Three vertical dots (More)
Step 4: Tap Share
Step 5: Choose from vCard file (VCF) or Text you want
Step 6: Choose from list you want to share contact such as Bluetooth, Gmail, Send to device and more options
Wait until transfer contacts from Samsung galaxy to other Samsung or android devices.
Delete all contacts on Samsung galaxy Note 10 plus and Note 10
If you want to remove phone contacts from Note 10+ and Note 10, apply below given settings.
Phone app > Contacts tab at bottom right corner > Three vertical dots (More) > Delete > Delete all contacts > Delete
Your contacts will be deleted from your phone and the accounts they’re saved in.
You can use new added “link to Windows” feature on Samsung galaxy Note 10 plus and Note 10 to quickly access your texts messages, notifications, recent photos, and more using one click. Just enable link to windows on galaxy Note 10 plus to access your phone data to PC.
Settings > Advanced features > Link to Windows
Once you’re linked, you’ll get instant access to your photos, texts and more.
And that’s all. Are you satisfied with our solutions to share contacts on Galaxy Note 10 Plus and Note 10? If you have any other idea, you can share us in the comments section below. Click here for latest android tips and tricks.