Galaxy S20 And Galaxy S20+ Plus: How To Merge And Delete Duplicate Contacts

You may have duplicate phone numbers if you recently imported your contacts from a SIM card to your Samsung Galaxy S20. The good news is that duplicate contact numbers that are twice on your Galaxy S20 or S20+ Plus can be easily removed. It takes just a few minutes to delete duplicate Galaxy S20 contacts. You won’t have to pay for expensive apps to clean your contacts. Here is how to delete duplicate contacts from your Samsung Galaxy S20.

Your Samsung Galaxy S20 will have duplicate contacts because all your contacts that you connect to multiple email accounts are saved on the device. This creates duplicate contacts. You can merge both contacts to solve the problem.

Faster Cleaning Up Galaxy S20 Phone Contacts

You can also use Galaxy S20’s built-in cleaner up contacts tool. How to find similar contacts on these devices and merge them into your contacts.

  • Turn on Galaxy S20.
  • Go to Contacts.
  • The three menu dots are located in the upper left corner of your screen.
  • Click on Link Contacts.

After selecting Link Contacts, a list will appear where you can sort the contacts by name, email address or phone number. To link the contacts, tap on their names. After selecting the contacts that you wish to merge with, tap on them and select Done.

How to remove duplicate contacts from Galaxy S20

You can easily merge and delete contacts directly from your Samsung Galaxy S20, without having to use a computer. If you have a lot of contacts, you can go to Gmail to edit them. Here are the steps to remove duplicate contacts from your Galaxy S20.

  • Turn on Galaxy S20.
  • Go to Contacts.
  • Browse through your contacts until finding the contacts you wish to merge or link.
  • You can choose the first contact to merge.
  • Look for the “Connected via” spot. Click the link icon on the right.
  • Select Link another Contact.
  • Next, select the contacts you want to link and tap back.

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