There are many solutions for contact backup. Among them, the most noteworthy one would be Gmail from Google. Google has spent a lot of resources to protect your data from virus, malware, Trojan and other unknown threats. Therefore, it would be a wise choice to sync your contacts to Gmail. However, how to transfer Android contacts to your Google Account? Android Mobile Transfer provides a brand way to achieve it.
Android Transfer – Sync contacts to Gmail
Download the suitable version base on your computer OS. Install it as other common software.
Launch it after successfully installing on your computer. Connect your Android phone or tablet to Android Transfer via USB cable. Meanwhile, this tool will scan and display your storage status on primary screen.
Note: Android Transfer supports multiple Android brands and their modified versions running on Android 2.3 to 7.
Step 2 Export contacts from Android
Now, move to Information tab on the top line so that you can browse all the contact infos stored on your phone. Select all the contacts you desire to backup and click Export > to vCard File. After that, the vCard file that contents your contacts infos will be saved on your local disk.
Step 3 Import vCard contacts to Gmail
Login to your Gmail account and locate to Google Contacts. Tap Import Contacts > Choose File > Import to complete the rest part on contact transfer.
Finally, all the contacts have successfully synced to Gmail so that you won’t lose them anyway. Furthermore, you may also backup your iPhone contacts to Gmail by this mean. It would be simple as long as you use this contact transfer tool.