Phones have changed a lot over the years, but their main function which is making calls has remained untouched over the years. As you probably know, all the details related to calling are stored on your device in the form of contacts. In terms of backup, Android will automatically store your contacts on your Google account associated with the device.
But what happens when you are moving to a different mobile OS? Well, there are a lot of ways to go around this issue, but one of the most simpler ways is to use Google Drive.
Follow our step-by-step guide below to save your Android contacts to Google Drive.
How To Backup Android Contacts To Google Drive
1. Go to your Contacts and tap on More > Share
2. Tick the box next to the contacts you want to move or select them all at once and hit Share.
3. Swipe left and tap on Save to Drive.
4. Hit Save and wait for the upload to complete.
5. To load the contacts into a new phone, simply visit your drive account and open the .vcf file.
6. Select Device and wait for the process to complete.
That’s it. You’re done.