How To Sync Contacts With Gmail Account On Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus

If you buy the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, it is imperative that you sync all your contacts. Otherwise, it will be hard to call or text because you don’t know every phone number in your head. You also need to sync all your entries from the Contacts app with your Gmail account whether you’re planning a firmware update or you want to stay in control, perhaps even a firmware root.

You can decide to synchronize data and ensure you have the same information everywhere you go. Syncing your contacts should help you with any of the other Google services since this account is the one you’re probably using for Google Play Store. In this article, Recomhub will teach you how to sync contacts on your Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus with the ones in your Gmail account.

How to Link your Contacts to Gmail on Galaxy S9

  1. Launch the Contacts app
  2. Click on the Menu button to access the Settings
  3. Choose the option labeled as merge with Google
  4. Select the Gmail account
  5. Confirm the action
  6. Leave the menus immediately you get the popup message saying it successfully merged

How to Sync your Contacts with Gmail on Galaxy S9

  1. Install the Gmail app on your Samsung Galaxy
  2. Navigate to Settings
  3. Click on Accounts and Sync
  4. Activate the dedicated Accounts and Syncing service
  5. Tap on the Gmail account you are planning to use
  6. Enable the Sync Contacts feature
  7. Click on the button labeled as Sync Now
  8. Wait for all the contacts from your phone to sync with the selected Gmail account
  9. Leave the menus
  10. Access Gmail from a web browser
  11. Click on the Gmail text link that you see right on the upper left side of your Gmail profile
  12. Tap on Contacts
  13. You will see all the contacts synchronize from your smartphone in the newly opened page

The steps above is how to Sync Contacts With your Gmail Account On Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. However, you will need to sync the Gmail account with the manually your device if there is any ROM changes or root processes, with factory reset included and you want to have your Contacts back on the phone.

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