- Click on Google.
- Under Services.
- Click on the Setup & restore button.
- Select Restore contacts from the menu that appears.
- Choose which account to use by tapping On Account.
- Select the phone you want to copy your contacts.
- From under Device Backup.
Open the Settings app on your phone. Go to Google and click Set up & restore. Restore contacts is the option to choose. If you have many Google Accounts, use this feature to pick which account’s contacts should be restored. From account is where you’ll select which of your accounts’ contacts should be copied over. Tap the phone with the contact.
On the Contacts page, you’ll be able to see all of your Android Phone’s contacts that have been linked to your Gmail Account. 4. After you’ve confirmed that the Deleted Contacts are really accessible on the Contacts screen, choose More from the drop-down menu and then select Restore Contacts from the options drop-down.
After updating, you can now access the contacts list by clicking the Apps button in the upper right corner of Gmail’s inbox. When you click the Apps icon, which is made up of nine smaller squares and unfolds to show a panel of icons for other Google applications and services, including Google Photos, Google News, and YouTube.
You’ll see your new Google Contacts entry on your Google Contacts page. You may also log in to contacts.google.com or the Android Contacts app to access your contacts directly.
If the missing contacts were made before the 30-day limit stated above or if you don’t have access to a PC, you can always restore previous contact backups on your Android phone. To do so, open Settings and choose Google. Scroll down until you come across Set up and restore. Select it and then select Restore contacts from the drop-down.