Samsung Galaxy S7: How To Delete Contacts
If you own a Samsung Galaxy S7, you may want to know how to delete contacts or numbers from your phone. But the good news is that it’s simple to remove contacts on the Samsung Galaxy S7. The entire process to delete Galaxy S7 contacts will only take a few seconds without spending money on apps to clean up your contacts. Below is a guide on how to find, merge or delete contacts on the Samsung Galaxy S7.
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The main reason that your Samsung Galaxy has duplicate contacts is because when you connect multiple email accounts to the Galaxy S7 all contacts get saved on the phone, this creates duplicate contacts. Instead of deleting each contact manually to fix the problem, you’ll want to merge the two, which keeps the contact in your work email address book and also in your personal email address book.
How to Delete Contacts
You can find, merge or delete contacts right from your Galaxy S7 without the need to use a computer. If your contacts are really messed up, you may want to go into Gmail and edit your contacts from there. Here’s how to remove duplicate contacts on the Galaxy S7:
- Turn on the Galaxy S7.
- Go to the Contacts app
- Browse your contacts until you find the contacts you want to merge or link.
- Select on the first contact you need to merge.
- Look for the spot where it says, Connected via. Select on the link icon to the right.
- Then select Link another Contact.
- Select the contacts to link and then tap back.
Clean Up Galaxy S7 Contacts Faster
You can also use the built-in clean up contacts tool on the Samsung Galaxy S7. Here’s how to identify similar contacts on these devices to merge and clean up your contacts.
- Turn on the Galaxy S7.
- Go to the Contacts app.
- Select on the three menu dots in the upper right area of the screen.
- Tap on Link Contacts.
After you have selected on Link Contacts, you’ll see a list where you can sort by name, phone number or email address to find duplicate contacts. You can tap on the contacts to link them. After that has been selected for the ones you want to merge, select Done and then you have removed duplicated contacts on Galaxy S7.
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