How To Backup All Your Contacts On Android, iPhone And iPads

Well, smartphone plays a very important role in today’s life that you can’t deny at any cost. Whether it is the case of storing all data including photos, videos, audio or other text files under one place, it is just perfect. One another important task performed by smartphone is storing all the contacts.

A large contact list with thousands of contacts can be easily saved and this is the advantage of smartphone. Right? which means you don’t need to remember any of phone number of your friend and relative. Just open the contact, search the name and you will get the phone number and other stored details.

Just imagine you want to call someone for very urgent work but suddenly you don’t find the number of that particular contact. In today’s time contact is somewhat very important, that no one can afford losing them. Collection of contacts again could be very time-consuming and irritating. Phone number is most common way to stay connected with your friends, colleagues, school teacher and many other important people in your life. It is very difficult to rebuild a large of number of contact list, email addresses and phone number once you lose it.

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I lost my all contacts is the common statement made even in this age of smartphone which sometimes feels like someone is making fool or faking it. But the actual thing is you can accidentally delete all the contacts just by hitting the wrong buttons on the smartphone’s screen or you could lose your smartphone and lose all the contacts. Indeed it is a nightmare but is there something we can do to survive it?

This thing can happen with anyone and at anytime. So, the best way to ensure that all your contacts are backed up so that if accidentally you lost them then you can get your life back on track without losing extra time. Whether you are using Android, iOS or iPads, we are here to provide you the best possible guide. We are sharing you ways how to backup contacts on Android, iOS and iPads. Have a look.

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How to Backup Contacts in Android smartphone

Make sure your smartphone has Internet connection and you have connected your email account on your smartphone and signed in.

1. Go to Setting from your Android smartphone, next to Account –> Google.

2. Tap on the Google account

3. Once you tapped on make sure it there is a check mark for Contacts

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If you are not having Internet connection on your smartphone then follows these steps.

Step#1. Open contacts

First, open the contacts window and press the Menu and select More option. You will get an option of Import/Export. Click on that option and proceed.

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Step#2. Select the choice to Export Contacts

You can choose the area where you want to Export all your contacts either on SD card or SIM card.

How to backup contacts in iPhone and iPads

Backup iPhone or iPad contacts with iTunes

iPhone allows you to backup all your phone content to one place iCloud via iTunes. iCloud connects you and all your iOS devices in an amazing way. You can easily share your content like calendar, photos, contacts, documents, location and more with friends and family. The best thing offered is even if you lose all your content or lost your device then too you can access them easily.

Follow the below steps and make sure you have Internet connection or access through your phone

1. First step is to just set up iCloud on your iPhone and iPad. Go to Setting and click on iCloud

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2. Make sure all your contacts are green in position, this will ensure that contacts are constantly backed up to iCloud.

Backup iPhone or iPad contacts with iCloud

iTunes backsup all the contacts from iOS device by default. If you are not having Internet connection, don’t worry still you can backup contacts via iTunes.

1. The first step is to download iTunes, the latest version and install it on your device.

2. Connect your device with computer through USB cable and launch iTunes.

3. Select the device from the left side of the window and click on Info tab.

4. Check Sync Contacts

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5. Right click on your iOS device and choose Backup.

This will perform manual backup with iTunes and store the entire backup of contacts on your local computer.