Works great Had several others fail, this did the job except didn't bring in images that were in the vcf files... but at this point, it's close enough given the ridiculous complexity of what should be a relatively simple task. Vcf files exported from my Windows Oulook 2010, copied over via USB to my Samsung G5, and then this tool let me browse to thar folder and import all found there. Slick and easy, and great except the missing images. But I've burned enough time at this point!
It didn't work for me. I tried to import a .vcf file with multiple contacts created by an LG500G phone to a newer LG L21G. The app separated the names from the numbers and created 2X the contacts. ( Names with no numbers and numbers with no names. ) It also did not put any of the contacts into the groups they had been in on the old phone. I have a lot of manual work to do...
Works as advertised / Funktioniert wie versprochen Couldn't import my contacts from an Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread export to Lolllipop (5.x) (bad move, Google). This app did the trick. Thanks. |||||||||||||||||||| Konnte meine Kontakte aus einem Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread export nicht nach Lollipop (5.x) importieren (Google: Nicht gut. Setzten, Sechs). Diese App hat's geschaukelt. Danke.
Must have app for old Androids
Hey Grest app
Doesn't work Exported my contacts on my Mac into a .vcf file, copied to my phone's SD card, ran the import - all that came across were the names, none of the numbers or email addresses. Waste of time, and money. I want a refund!
version 1.3.4 (2013-03-02)
- new family picture!
- added API v18 target (so the app doesn't run in compatibility mode)
- added permission to read from sdcard (how did it ever work!?)
- other minor bug fixes (fixed a leak, an NPE, and removed a hard-coded
version 1.3.3 (2013-07-19)
- new family picture :o)
- added support for birthday (BDAY) fields (Android 2.0+ only)
For older changes, please see the project website at http://ed.am/dev/android/export-contacts/NEWS