Q: When I installed ICS, I failed to recognize that there was a setting that got changed to auto sync my contacts with (something?) and now, I've got multiple copies of various contacts as well as a bunch of contacts for people I don't even know who must be on FaceButt or something (Need to get FB off of the phone, it's nothing but trouble - but that's another thread, I guess). Anyhow, rather than tediously going through the zillions of new, unwanted contacts on the phone, it'd be easier to do it on my PC. So I figure there's some way to do that. Perhaps I need to download an app? Then anybody can tell me that how can I edit my Samsung contacts on computer?
According to the feedbacks from a variety of channels, a large amount of cell phone users wish to edit their contacts on desktop computer for saving time or conveniently operation, so does Samsung users. We all know that contacts can be stored on the phone's internal and SIM card, but no matter which location you're chosen, you're not allowed to edit these contacts on desktop computer directly. However, in some specific situations just like the above, you may wish to modify these contacts including add, delete or edit the detailed info through desktop computer instead of handling it on your mobile phone one by one, right? Then, what will you do to reach your goal?
Samsung Contacts Editor comes here to guide you to access and edit your contacts effortlessly. With it, you can connect your Samsung phones to the computer, and then directly edit the contacts on your computer through the 3rd-party program. Or you can export the whole Samsung contacts to computer and save as an editable file format CSV, and then you can edit you needed contacts info on the computer as you like. Now, let's us to check the detailed steps as follow.
Step 1. Make Your Samsung Phone Detected by the Program
Let's assume that your Samsung mobile phone is connected to the computer and then launch the program. Here, you'll see an interface like below and you need to follow the below ways to enable USB debugging on your device.
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode". Then you may back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
After that, you can check the option of "USB debugging opened" and click "Next" to finish the whole process of recognizing your Samsung phone.
Step 2. Edit Your Samsung Contacts Freely
Under the option of "Contacts", you can view the whole phone number on your mobile phone. And now you can click "Export", "Delete", "Edit" button to change the contacts info through the program directly. Or you can click "Export" button to export the whole contacts list to your computer and then open the exported CSV file and edit the contacts according to your needs.
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