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How to Backup/Transfer Contacts from Android SIM Card to PC?


Are you trying to move, transfer or create a backup for your contacts on Android SIM card to PC? This tutorial article will show you how to simply transfer Android contacts from SIM card into PC with 3 methods. Follow to see how to effectively backup your personal contacts to PC with ease now.

How to backup or transfer contacts from Android SIM card to PC?

"Do you know how to transfer or backup Android phone contacts to PC? I tried to connect my Android phone to PC, but it won't be able to read my contacts saved in SIM card.
If I extract the contacts into
Android phone, still the computer cannot read any numbers. Can you tell me how can I transfer my contacts from the SIM card to PC?"

It's a real case in our daily life that sometimes people may have the problem for unable to transfer or backup their personal contacts into PC. Since the computer doesn't have the access to read whole Android internal stored data nor the contacts on SIM card. If you are having a similar problem, needing a way to backup contacts to PC, you are at the right place now. Here below, you'll find three effective methods to transfer and backup personal contacts from Android SIM card to PC with ease:

Method 1. 3 steps to backup/transfer Android contacts from SIM card to PC
Method 2. Use SD card to backup Android contacts from SIM to PC
Method 3. Share and copy contacts from Android SIM card to PC via bluetooth

Let's see the detail steps for how to move, transfer or copy Android contacts from SIM card to computer now.

Method 1. 3 steps to backup/transfer Android contacts from SIM card to PC

Powerful Android data recovery tool - EaseUS MobiSaver for Android supports you to transfer any data you want including contacts, SMS, photos, videos, music files or instagram etc chat history to PC within 3 simple steps. 
All you need is just free download, activate it and follow below guide steps to transfer wanted Android card to PC now:

Step 1. Connect your Android phone to computer;
Install and run EaseUS MobiSaver for Android and connect your Android phone to the computer with USB cable. 
Then click "Start" button to let the software recognize and connect your device.
NOTE: As the software can only access the rooted Android device, you need to make sure that your phone has been rooted before recovery.

Transfer Android contacts to PC.

Step 2. Scan Android phone to find all present contacts;
After connected your Android phone, the software will quickly scan the device to find all the existing and lost data including contacts. You can easily find all contacts numbers you want by choosing the correct file types.

Scan to find contacts on Android phone.

Step 3. Preview and transfer contacts from Android phone to PC;
Preview all the recoverable files one by one and then you can select out those - contacts you want quickly. 
Finally, you can click "Recover" button to transfer the selected contacts to PC once.

Transfer and move contacts from Android SIM card to PC.

If you prefer 100% free way to transfer or backup contacts from Android SIM card to PC, you may try Method 2 or Method 3 to get your problem solved.

Method 2. Use SD card to backup Android contacts from SIM to PC

To backup Android contacts from SIM to PC shall be a little bit complicated. You need to be very careful while do the following jobs for backing up Android contacts:

  • Go to Contacts > open contact list and click the right corner icon and select Settings;
  • Click on Manage Contacts > Select Export Contacts and choose contacts you need to backup to PC;
  • Select Export to storage disk, choose a location on your SD card to save contacts;
  • Connect Android phone to PC by USB debugging;
  • Open Android SD card and find your contacts > copy and save to PC.

Now that you've successfully backed up Android contacts from SIM to PC by using SD card.

Method 3. Share and copy contacts from Android SIM card to PC via bluetooth

This method requires your computer has bluetooth. If your PC doesn't have bluetooth, you'll not be able to copy contacts to PC with this method.
Let's see how to share, copy contacts from Android SIM card to PC via bluetooth now:

1. Open and turn on bluetooth on your PC;
2. Enable the bluetooth on your Android phone, allowing it to be detected and connected;
3. Pair Android phone with Windows computer via blue tooth;
4. Open Contacts, select contacts that you want to transfer from SIM card to PC and then click Share;
5. Select Bluetooth as your contacts transfer media and choose device - Windows PC which was paired with your phone previously;
6. Allow your computer to receive files transferring from Android phone and save the contacts file into your PC.

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