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2 Ways to Transfer Outlook Contacts to Samsung Phone

You might be wondering how to transfer your entire Outlook contact list to Samsung Galaxy S9/S8 effortlessly. Many people know how to sync contacts from an Android phone to Outlook for backup, but few people have idea on how to export these contacts from Outlook to Android mobile phone, such as Samsung Galaxy S9/S8/S7/S6. Therefore, you may have to copy contacts one by one manually. You may ask: why not put contacts in the SIM card? Well, sometimes the contacts number is beyond the capacity of the SIM card.

Then, is it difficult to import Outlook contacts to a Samsung phone? Not at all! Here in this article, we are going to share you with two different yet simple ways to transfer contacts from Outlook to Samsung phone.

Way 1: One-click to Transfer Outlook Contacts to Samsung Phone with Android Assistant
Way 2: Sync Outlook Contacts to Samsung Galaxy via CSV File

Way 1: One-click to Transfer Outlook Contacts to Samsung Phone with Android Assistant

I just said you can use Coolmuster Android Assistant (for all Windows versions) to transfer contacts from Outlook to Samsung Android phone with one click. This is just the easiest way I have tried. Android Assistant is a smart Android data management program to help you import and export your Android phone data, including contacts, text messages, call logs, photos, videos, music, documents and other types of files. You can also use this software to create new contacts and delete useless contacts on your Android phone.

Keep on reading to see how to use this software to copy Outlook contacts to Samsung phone with just one click. First of all, you have to do the most basic step that is to install and launch Coolmuster Android Assistant to your computer.

Once you have downloaded and installed the Android Assistant on your computer, you can then follow the steps in the below to transfer Outlook contacts to your Samsung mobile phone.

Step 1. Connect your Samsung phone to the computer

Launch the installed Android Assistant and link your Samsung phone to the same computer via a USB cable. Once the connection is enabled, the software will detect the connected Samsung device and show it on its primary interface.

Note: You need to enable USB debugging on your Samsung phone first if you haven't done it before.

launch android assistant

Step 2. Import Outlook contacts to Samsung phone

Tap on Contacts tab from the left side menu and then all the contacts on your Samsung phone will be scanned out. Just go to the top menu to click the "Import" > "Import from Outlook" options to transfer Outlook contacts to the connected Samsung phone.

import outlook contacts to samsung

By the way, you can also click "Export" option to transfer contacts from your Samsung phone to Outlook for backup.

See, just within 1 click, you can effortlessly import Outlook contacts to your Samsung phone. This way is regarded as the easiest way to achieve this goal.

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Way 2: Sync Outlook Contacts to Samsung Galaxy via CSV File

To tell you the truth, if you have already kept your contacts in a Windows PC with Outlook 2003/2007/2010/2013, and now you want to transfer them all from the Outlook to any Android mobile phone, you can follow the steps as below to export contacts from Outlook to a .csv file and then use Coolmuster Android Assistant to import those contacts in CSV format into your Android phone.

Part 1. How to Export Contacts from Outlook to CSV File

Step 1. Open Outlook on your computer and click the options like: File -> Options -> Advanced -> Export.

open outlook

Step 2. After you click the "Export" button, there will be a new window pop up, asking you to choose an action to perform. Just choose "Export to a file".

Step 3. Here, you will be asked to create a file of type in which the output contacts will be saved. Please select the Comma Separated Values - CSV and click "Next" button to continue.

Step 4. Select the "Contacts" folder to export from, name the contacts file and then click "Browse" button to choose a location for saving the contacts.

browse outlook contacts

Step 5. Press on the "Map Custom Fields" if you have any custom fields in your contacts. After that, you can click "Finish" to begin to transfer contacts from Outlook 2010/2013 to computer as CSV file.

select the map custom fields option

Ok, you have finished the most difficult step. Next, you can relax yourself and use Coolmuster Android Assistant to help you do the rest job for you.

Part 2. Guide to Sync Outlook Contacts with Samsung Galaxy S9/S8/S7/S6/Note

Step 1. Connect your Samsung Galaxy phone to computer

Just I said on the first method, just follow the pop-up instructions to install and launch the Android Assistant on your computer. Use a USB cable to connect your Samsung phone to the same computer. Wait until it is detected by the program and you will see the primary interface of the program like below:

run android assistant

Step 2. Start to import contact list from Outlook to Samsung

Now, tap on the "Contacts" option on the left side menu to enter the contacts managing window. Then, click "Import" button to select the CSV file you have put on your computer from the above steps and transfer them to the connected Samsung mobile phone.

transfer outlook contacts to samsung

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As you can see, no matter you choose method 1 or method 2, Coolmuster Android Assistant is essential for you to finish the job of transferring Outlook contacts to Samsung mobile phone. Apart from that, Android Assistant can also help you transfer contacts, text messages, photos, videos, music, apps and more between Android phone/tablet and computer without any trouble. Explore more features by yourself!

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