Many times you may have a ton of duplicate contacts on your android smartphone.It can be really inconvenient when you try to communicate with your friends and family, probably sending a message or trying to reach an old number.So in this article, I will tell you How To Merge & Remove Duplicate Contacts In Android.
Merge & Remove Duplicate Contacts On Android
Android’s stock phone app should be the first thing to try. Go to your Contacts — we tried this on LG and Samsung phones, but depending on your phone’s brand it can be a little different — on the app, tap the Menu button > Manage Contacts > then select Merge. A screen with all repeated contacts will show up, so you can confirm which you want to merge one by one.
From your desktop browser / Google Contacts
A second method is made available from your Google Account. Log in to your Gmail Account and then go to your Contacts (or enter directly from this link). On the right sidebar, there’s a “Duplicates” option, which will show a list of all the candidates to be merged. Select “Merge” on each and you’re done. Using this you can merge & remove duplicate contacts on Android Smartphone.