How to Delete Contacts from Samsung Galaxy?

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You need to permanently delete entire contacts on your Samsung phone before selling, donate and recycle. If not, the contacts from the old user will remain accessible to the new user along with the potential to become intermingled with the new user’s contact information. This is one of the main reasons why contact data should be deleted prior to the phone’s transfer. In addition, deleting data from Samsung also is a way to speed up your phone's running speed.

Android Data Eraser is the ideal data erasing tool for Samsung devices, including Samsung Galaxy S8/S7/S7 Edge/S6/S5/S4 and more, to permanently delete contact information, as well as text messages, call logs, photos, videos, apps, call history, note and many more from both phone memory and external SD card with a click. It ensures 100% permanent without any possibility of recovery.

You can free download a trial version of the Samsung contacts eraser by clicking the button below:

Permanently Delete Contacts on Samsung Galaxy with 1 Click

Step 1. Install and launch the Samsung contacts deleting software on your computer and you will see the main interface as the picture below. Take out a USB cable to connect your Samsung phone to the computer.

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Step 2. Your Samsung phone is detected by the program and you can see all the different file tabs on your Samsung phone are arranged on the main interface. Choose the Contacts tab to let this software scan your Samsung phone.

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Step 3. After a few while, all the scanned out contacts are displayed here. You can preview and select the ones you want to delete and give a click on the "Erase Now" button to delete them off your Samsung device at once.

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