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How to Add Photos to Contacts on Android

Add Photos to Contacts on Android
Written by Hassan Abbas

The first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word “telephones” is calling someone – your friends, parents, colleagues, etc. After all, this is the main goal of the phone.

I’m not sure if you noticed this, but when you call someone, you see the first letter of that person’s name as your contact image. This is not cool at all. I mean, what happened to assign photos to contacts? Back on the days of Android 2.1, contact photos were furious in my community. All of them were found to have a “full-screen caller ID” application installed on the devices. Well, now it’s changed.

Add Photos to Contacts on Android

I still like to see the photo of the person who is calling me, and if you do, here’s how to add photos to contacts on Android.

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Before we begin, it is worth noting that this process may be slightly different depending on the manufacturer of your device. Most smartphone manufacturers like to do their thing when it comes to OS. This is done to ensure that their smartphones are different from competitors. And the application for contacts is no exception. For this lesson, I use my Xiaomi MI A1, which runs Android.

How to Add Photos to Contacts on Android

  1. Open the Contacts application on your phone and find the contact you want to assign a photo to.
  2. Tap the contact, and then click the edit button in the lower right corner. Here you can see the difference depending on your smartphone.
  3. Click the camera button at the top and select “Take a photo” or “Select a photo” depending on whether you have a photo with you or not.
  4. Select a photo and press “Save” in the upper right corner.
  5. You have successfully added a picture to your contact.

If you’ve enabled sync for contacts in your Google Account settings and are using the same account on multiple Android devices, the contact image will be automatically synced to all of your devices, including the Google Contacts site, which you can access through a web browser on your desktop table,

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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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