How to Organize Android Contacts from PC
So, I got my phone sync'd to my Facebook, Gmail, and Yahoo accounts.. When it sync'd it pulled in YEARS of contacts.. Like, WAAAYYY too many.. Most of which are duplicates.. Is there any way to do this easily, as in NOT on my phone? Like some sort of Android contact manager? It's just a huge pain in the ass to do it on the phone.. Lol.. There's like, hundreds of contacts.. Ha-ha.. Any suggestions?
To deal with the duplicate contacts and keep contacts in order, you can have my recommendation here: Wondershare MobileGo for Android (for Windows users). This Android contact organizer gives you the chance to organize contacts from your PC conveniently. With it, you can import contacts from the PC, Outlook, Windows Address Book and Windows Live Mail to your Android device, and vice versa. You can merge or delete duplicate contacts in batch, sort contacts by last name or first name, put contacts to any group.
If you're a Mac user, you can try Wondershare MobileGo for Android Pro (Mac). With less functions than the Windows version, it empowers you to import, export and delete contacts on Android devices.
Download this contact organizer Android to experience its salient features.
Download the right version of this tool. Here, we focus on the Windows version – Wondershare MobileGo for Andoroid. Now, lets' check out the steps on organizing contacts on Android together. Install and launch this contact organizer for Android on your PC. Then, you'll see a window like this.
Note: Here, you can get more information about Wondershare MobileGo for Android, like supported Android devices, supported Android OS and PC OS.
Connect your Android to PC with WiFi or USB cable
To connect your Android device to a PC, you can use WiFi (used in the Windows version) or the USB cable. Then, your Android device will appear in the main window.
Organize Android contacts: Add and edit contacts
In your Android device directory tree, click "contacts". All contacts show up in the contact window. Click "New" to add a new contact. In the pop-up window, you can add the first and last name, phone number, email address, home address, set a special date, like birthday, and more. If you want to edit a contact on your Android device, double-click the contact and edit it.
Organize contacts on Android: Import and export contacts
To import contacts to your Android device, you can click "Import/Export". From the drop-down menu, choose "Import contacts from computer". After another pull-down list appears on the right, you can choose to import contacts from vCard file, Outlook, Windows Address Book and Windows Live Mail.
To export contacts, you should tick off contacts that you want to export. Click "Import/Export" > "Export selected contacts to computer" or "Export all contacts to computer". Then, export contacts to Windows Live Mail, Outlook and Windows Address Book.
Organize contacts Android: Merge duplicate contacts
It's tedious to deal with duplicate contacts on your Android device. Now, things become easy. Click "De-duplicate", and this tool will detect and show duplicate contacts. Select a match type and click "Merge".
Organize contacts from Android: Delete contacts in batch
Fast and easy, you're able to delete tons of contacts at a time. Select the contacts you're going to delete. Click "Delete".
Download MobileGo for Android to organize contacts on your Android device!