2 Popular Ways to Print Contact List from Samsung Phones

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Contacts are crucial to all phone users, especially if you are a business people because they could be numbers of potential customers. That's to say, losing contacts can be a big headache. To avoid the data loss problem, you choose to backup the contacts from your Samsung phones. And printing them out is a good choice.

This article will show you how you can effortlessly print contact list from your Samsung Galaxy S23/S20/S10/S9/S9 Plus/S8/S8 Plus/S7/S7 Plus/S6/S5/S4, Note 20/10/9/9 Plus/8/7/6/5/4/3, A9/A8/A7, etc.

Samsung Data Manager - Best Tool to Manage Samsung Contacts

To get your Samsung phone contacts printed out, you can have a try with the Samsung Data Manager. It is a powerful program that efficiently helps you to transfer all the contents of your mobile device to a personal computer. Data can get lost as a result of some of the reasons, and due to this, you can have a peace of mind if you have a backup of it. This software can transfer contacts, text messages, call logs, photos, videos, music, audio files, apps, books, documents and more from Android to computer so that you can easily print them out.

What's more, you can also take full advantage of the screen capture feature of the Samsung Data Manager, which allows you to take a screenshot of Samsung screen so that you can take screenshots of contact list of your Samsung phone and print the pictures out with printer.

Samsung Data Manager is very easy to use, works perfectly on all Samsung devices, including Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 Plus, and it does not require another program for it to perform those functions. With, you can transfer Samsung contacts as HTML file on your computer and you can easily get the HTML file printed. Of course, you can also choose to export Samsung contacts as TEXT, VCF, BAK, Outlook or XML format as you request.

Download the right version of the Samsung Data Manager on your PC or Mac and get started to help yourself to print your Samsung contacts out.

Method 1. How to Get Contact List on Samsung Galaxy Printed with Samsung Data Manager

Step 1. Launch the Samsung data manager

Use a USB cable to connect your Samsung phone to the computer where you have the Samsung Data Manager downloaded and installed. Run the program and enable USB debugging on your Samsung device as prompted. Next time, your Samsung will be automatically detected by the program. What to do if your Samsung device fails to connect via USB? >>

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Soon it will detect the connected Samsung device. Your mobile phones will be displayed as below. On this main interface, you can see your Samsung device's basic information and also you can enter the different categories to view your Samsung files in details.

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Step 2. Transfer contacts from Samsung to computer

Highlight the "Contacts" option in the left panel, then the program will scan your Samsung phone to find all contacts. Just preview these contacts and select the ones you want to print. Or, you can Select All if you want to print out them all. After selection, you can click "Export" to transfer them to your computer.

Here, you can choose to export Samsung contacts as HTML format, or other formats like TEXT, VCF, BAK, Outlook or XML format as you like.

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Step 3. Print contact list from Samsung Galaxy

Find the exported Samsung phone's contacts on your computer, which might be an HTML file. Open it and then you can click "File" > "Print" to print it out through the local printer to a piece of paper easily.

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Method 2. How to Print Samsung Contacts by Taking Screenshot

As mentioned above, the Samsung Data Manager also allows you to take screenshots of your contact list so that you can print contacts from Samsung with a printer later. By the way, this method also allows you to print the other photos you want from your Samsung phone. Now, let's see how to get this job done.

Step 1. Take a screenshot of Samsung contact list.

On your Samsung phone, please open the Contacts app and show the contacts you want to print, then connect your Samsung phone to computer, turn to the main interface of the Samsung Data Manager to refresh the screen and click the Camera icon to take a screenshot for your Samsung contacts. Thus the screenshot will be stored on your computer so that you can use it for printing.

Tip: See the detailed steps on how to take screenshots on Android with Samsung Data Manager, screenshot shortcut or screenshot combination here. >>

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Step 2. Save and print the pictures of Samsung contact list.

If you take screenshots with Samsung Data Manager, the photos you captured will be saved on your Photos app with a folder, then you might print out the images one by one with a printer like Google Cloud Print.

Alternatively, you can also transfer the screenshots from Android to PC so that you can paste your Samsung contact screenshots to a Word file and then click "File" > "Print" to print it out with a printer.

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The Bottom Line:

Now, have you learnt the 2 methods above to print your contacts out from your Samsung phone? If you have any questions about the Samsung Data Manager, such as download, installation, connection, use or anything else, please don't hesitate to let us know. Simply leave your comment below, we will try our best to solve your problems as soon as possible.

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