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Merge duplicate contacts Move contacts Share contacts Import contacts Export contacts

Merge duplicate contacts

From time to time, contacts may appear twice in the Contacts app on the OnePlus smartphone, which is caused by saving Messenger apps, such as WhatsApp.

To keep track of the contacts list, we can merge duplicate contacts by selecting both.

Android 10 (OxygenOS 10.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Contacts app
Step 2:  Tap and hold a  contact
Step 3:  Select the duplicated  contact
Step 4:  Open the  menu
Step 5:  Tap on  Merge
  1. Open the Contacts app
  2. Tap and hold a contact
  3. Select the duplicated contact
  4. Open the menu
  5. Tap on Merge

Move contacts

Contacts stored on the OnePlus smartphone can be moved to another account at any time, and depending on where the contact is stored, it can be moved to the device's internal memory or a linked Google Account.

If a contact is moved, all stored information or details, such as the profile or contact photo, addresses and associated notes, are also moved.

Android 10 (OxygenOS 10.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Contacts app
Step 2:  Choose a  contact
Step 3:  Open the  menu
Step 4:  Tap on  Move to another account
Step 5:  Choose an  account
  1. Open the Contacts app
  2. Choose a contact
  3. Open the menu
  4. Tap on Move to another account
  5. Choose an account

Share contacts

We may also share the contacts stored on the OnePlus smartphone with others to forward the phone number and related information.

You can choose which contact details to share, such as addresses, websites or birthday, directly from the Contacts app.

Once selected, the contact can be shared using the usual messaging or messenger apps, such as WhatsApp or Gmail.

Android 10 (OxygenOS 10.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Contacts app
Step 2:  Choose a  contact
Step 3:  Open the  menu
Step 4:  Tap on  Share
Step 5:  Select the sharing  information  and tap on  Continue
Step 6:  Choose an  app  and follow the instructions on screen
  1. Open the Contacts app
  2. Choose a contact
  3. Open the menu
  4. Tap on Share
  5. Select the sharing information and tap on Continue
  6. Choose an app and follow the instructions on screen

Import contacts

We can store existing contacts from a SIM card or VCF file on the OnePlus smartphone to keep all data complete and secure at all times.

Note: Importing can be done to the device's internal memory or directly into a Google Account.

Android 10 (OxygenOS 10.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Contacts app
Step 2:  Open the  menu
Step 3:  Open the  Settings
Step 4:  Tap on  Import
Step 5:  Choose  Import contacts from   .vcf file  or  SIM 1 / 2  and tap  OK
Step 6:  Choose  Save imported contacts to Google account  or  Device
Step 7:  Choose a  .vcf file
  1. Open the Contacts app
  2. Open the menu
  3. Open the Settings
  4. Tap on Import
  5. Choose Import contacts from .vcf file or SIM 1 / 2 and tap OK
  6. Choose Save imported contacts to Google account or Device
  7. Choose a .vcf file

Export contacts

The contacts stored on the OnePlus smartphone can only be exported to the device's internal memory as a VCF file, but this does not make it impossible to transfer the file.

After selecting the appropriate Google Account or internal memory, a VCF file can be saved directly.

Note: This function exports all contacts. To export individual contacts, the Share function must be used.

Android 10 (OxygenOS 10.0)
Step 1:  Open the  Contacts app
Step 2:  Open the  menu
Step 3:  Open the  Settings
Step 4:  Tap on  Export
Step 5:  Choose an  account  and tap  Export to .vcf file
Step 6:  Choose a  folder  and tap  Save
  1. Open the Contacts app
  2. Open the menu
  3. Open the Settings
  4. Tap on Export
  5. Choose an account and tap Export to .vcf file
  6. Choose a folder and tap Save

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