Hello there, I’m using an old Android mobile while I’d like to move all my contacts to Outlook. Since online service is more reliable, it would be a crucial thing to transfer my data there before this phone fell. However, it seems there is no way to directly sync contacts on Android to Outlook. Any clues would help!
Rolling up by years, no doubt that there are thousands of contact info you’ve saved on your Android phone. But the mobile may go down someday, and it’s important to have your contacts backup to local disk. So that you can restore them to new phone lately.
Android Transfer provides you a convenient way to backup and transfer contacts from Android to Outlook. It empowers you directly import the contact info to Outlook 2015. What’s more, you may export them as vCard file, so that you can import them to other contact management software.
Android Transfer – sync your contact to Outlook
Android Transfer makes it possible to copy Android contacts to Gmail, Windows Address Book, OneDrive and other online contact services.
First, download and install Android Transfer on your computer. Then connect your Android phone to it with USB cable. The transfer tool will display basic info of your Android phone on the primary screen.
Note: Enable the USB debugging and allow the connection while it’s prompted on your phone.
Step 2 Sync contacts from Android to Outlook
Now, move to Information tab. There you will see Contacts in the left side. Select multiple or all contacts that you desire to copy to Outlook. Click Export > to Outlook. After that, the program will do the rest for you.
Besides transfer Android contacts to Outlook, you may also export contacts to vCard file, CSV document and other storage formats. Furthermore, you may transfer your contacts to your Gmail account. Download the trial version below.