Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
There are many different methods to transfer contacts from one Samsung phone to other such as Bluetooth, Samsung smart switch, sync your account, Samsung cloud and more. But in this tutorial, I’ll show you complete guide to transfer contacts via Bluetooth on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus Oreo devices.
You can import contacts from old android devices to Samsung galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus device using contact settings. In latest android Oreo 8.0 and 8.1 devices, you can use Bluetooth as phone calls, media audio and contact sharing. Follow below given step by step process to transfer contacts via Bluetooth on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.
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How to transfer contacts via Bluetooth on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus Oreo
Step 1: Open contacts app in your Samsung galaxy devices
List of contacts are view in your devices.
Step 2: Tap & hold the contacts you want to send on galaxy S9 & S9 plus
Step 3: Select share at upper right corner
Step 4: Select file type from vCard (VCF file) or Text
Step 5: Tap on Bluetooth
You can see this pop up message on screen: Turn on Bluetooth now?
Step 6: Tap on Turn on
When Bluetooth is turned on, your Samsung galaxy device can communicate with other nearby Bluetooth devices. List of available devices see in your android or Samsung galaxy devices.
Step 7: Tap on galaxy S9 or galaxy S9 plus device you want to send contacts from old Samsung devices
Step 8: Tap on Receive on your Samsung S9 & S9 plus Oreo
Now wait for sending contacts from old Samsung phone to new galaxy S9 and S9 plus devices. If you want to back up data on galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus, you can use Samsung cloud, Smart switch and Sync Google account. You can backup galaxy S9 data to Samsung cloud including apps, messages, call logs, document, voice recordings, music and more.
How to transfer contacts using Bluetooth on android lollipop 5.1.1 & marshmallow 6.0
Step 1: Open contacts app in android 5.1.1
Step 2: Tap on More at upper right corner
Step 3: Select Share
Step 4: Select checkbox of contact you want to send
Step 5: Tap on Share
Step 6: Select Bluetooth
Step 7: Tap on device you want to send contacts
Step 8: Tap on Accept in device you want to receive contacts
And that’s it. If you know any other ways to easily transfer contacts via Bluetooth on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus, let me know in the comment section. Share your thought related to this tutorial in below comment section.