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How to Import vCard (.vcf) to Android

--Thursday, June 22, 2017
vCard File is a file type which can be read either by Android built-in system or some third-party software. That's why it is so popular for Android users to backup contacts. If you are unfortunately that lost some important contacts and wondering whether you can restore them via vCard files, you just come to the right place.

TunesGo is an efficient program that you can transfer data from PC to Android device with easy steps. It is compatible to almost all Android devices, even those running latest Android 7.0/Android 8.0. Go ahead and check how to import vCard file to Android phone.

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How to Transfer vCard (.vcf) to Android Mobile

Step 1 Set up your Android Phone
Launch TunesGo after download and install it on your computer. Then, connect your Android smartphone to your computer via USB cable. Once your Android device detected and displayed in the interface, click into "Information" category in the top-middle of the toolbar.

Connect Android to TunesGo

Note: Make sure you have enabled USB debugging on your phone.

Step 2 Android Import VCF
You can see Contacts and SMS options shown in the left column. Click the Contacts option, hit the Import button and choose "from VCard File". In the popup window, you can browse to choose the target vCard file backup and select the contact account. Then, just hit "OK" to get started.

Import vCard File to Android

When the process finished, you can check the imported on your Android phone contacts app.

In two steps above, you have imported vCard file bakcup to Android phone. With TunesGo, to import or export vCard files become easy instead of complex. Apart from importing vCard files, you are also allowed to backup your Android SMS, install APK file on your Android phone and restore all the contents on your Android phone, etc.

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