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How to Add New Contacts with Samsung Kies

--Friday, August 16, 2013
Want to manage the phone numbers in your Samsung phone more conveniently and freely? Then you can’t miss Samsung Kies, which is Samsung's official tool that allows you to managing contacts, music and videos stored on your Samsung device with easy. You can add new contacts to your Samsung phone or edit contacts stored on it with smooth operation.

Part 1 Directly Add New Contacts to phone via Kies

Step 1 Connect Devices to the Computer
Connect Samsung Galaxy phone to PC via USB cable. When the plug-in Samsung phone is successfully recognized and connected, Kies will read the contact data in it. Select "Contacts" option at the left column, you can see the existed contacts stored in your device.

Connect Samsung to Computer

Step 2 Add New Contacts to the Device
Click "+" button to add new contacts. You can enter and modify the name, email, address, group, messenger and other information of the contact. Then, click the "Save to device" button and you can check the new contacts in your phone.

Add New Contacts to Kies

Part 2 Import VCF Files in Library and Edit with Kies

Step 1 Import VCF Files in the Library
Here is another method that you can add new contacts. If it is the first time you use Kies's Library or there is no contact data in the library, you need to add vcf files into Kies at first. Click the "Open contact file" button and load contact data from the computer.

Import VCF Files to Kies

Step 2 Add Contacts to the Library
Click "+" button and enter the information about the contact in the box poping up at the right side of the window. Then, you can click the "Transfer to device" button to sync the new contacts to the plug-in phone.

Add New Contacts to the Library

Adding new contacts in both two methods with Samsung Kies is very simple and totally in your control, right? If you have any suggestion or question, please feel free to leave your comment below.

Ivy Bruce

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