Why Import/Export Android Contacts?
Imaging this: You just get a new Android phone, say Samsung Galaxy S3, and want to import hundreds of contacts to it. Don't panic. There's an easy way to import contacts to Android if you have a backup copy in your Gmail account or in vCard format.
It's always a good idea to export contacts from Android to your computer, and the other way around. You can import/export contacts between Android and computer when you accidentally delete or lose some important contacts on your Android phone or when you want to export contacts to PC.
Thankfully, with a little forethought and the help of Wondershare MobileGo for Android, transferring contacts to Android is as easy as a few simple clicks. If you use a Mac, you should turn to Wondershare MobileGo for Android Pro Mac.
Note: The following steps use Windows version screenshots. The way to finish your task on your Mac is almost the same. Make sure you've downloaded the right version according to your situation.
Android Export Contacts to Computer
Step 1: Set up your Android phone
To get started, download and install MobileGo for Android on your PC. Once finishing the installation, you should run it. Then follow the connect wizard to connect your Android phone with your PC via a USB cable or Wi-Fi. This program will automatically detect your device and display it in home window.
Note: MobileGo for Android fully supports all popular Android phones like Google/HTC/Motorola/Samsung. Here is a full list of supported Android phones.
Step 2. Export Android contacts to computer
Click on "Contacts" tab to enter the contact management window as below. Then select the contact(s) first and then click the "Import/Export" button. when pull-down list appears, choose "Export selected contacts to computer" or "Export all contacts to computer". In the pull-down list, you can export your Android contacts to vCard files, Outlook Express, Outlook 2003/2007/2010, Windows Address Book and Windows Live Mail.
Android Import Contacts
MobileGo for Android comes handy if you have backup copy of all contacts in vCard format on your computer. Or if you have saved all contacts to your Gmail account, you can easily export them to vCard file and then use MobileGo for Android to do the Android import contacts job.
Please follow the step 1 in instructions above to set up your Android phone with this program. Once you finished the setting up, click on the "Contacts" tab to enter the contact management window as below. Then hit the "Import/Export" button to navigate to and import your contacts from vCard, Outlook, Windows Address book and Windows Live Mail.
Or, you can directly sync contacts to your Android phone as long as you have save them on your Gmail, Facebook, and account like that.
Click the video below. It guides you about how to import/export Android contacts.