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Tuesday, January 25, 2011


tips and trick, android
Android users can make short work of merging contacts, or combining the multiple duplicate entries for a single person that commonly occurs when you import contacts from multiple sources. To automatically combine contacts, log into your Gmail account on a PC, click Contacts, click the More Actions button at the top of the screen, and then select Find & Merge Duplicates. When the action has been completed, Gmail provides you with a report of how many contacts were added and how many of the contacts were merged. Typically, a handful of contacts will not be merged, but you can manually link these from your Android device. Start by tapping the Contacts icon on the Home screen, tap a contact you want to manually merge with another, press the Menu key, tap Link Contact, begin typing the name of the second contact, and then scroll to and tap the appropriate entry from the screen. Repeat this process for each of the remaining contacts you need to manually link.

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Agung Prasetiawan, said...

Thanks for this informastion. Birrul

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