Htc updating phonebook with facebook

31-Jan-2018 23:28

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My i Phone address book holds nearly 800 contacts including defunct numbers, contacts containing no information, and of course the requisite dozens of duplicate contacts.

This is the result of years of syncing various email accounts and social media profiles.

Chances are, the smartphone in your hand isn't your first.

And chances are, it's carrying contacts from three, five, even 10 years ago that you've been faithfully migrating from phone to phone.

The display photos will be hard-bounded to the contact settings. Me for Android is an app that magically updates your contact book with information from social profiles like Facebook and Linked In.

After you install the app you will have to connect your Facebook and Linked In account to the app and grant permission to access your friends list.

By syncing your Facebook contacts with your Android contacts, you can import your Facebook friends' contact information to your address book.

Until recently, I just ignored the growing chaos of my contacts list.

If I needed to call someone who wasn't already in my favorites, I typed their name into the search box and never, ever tried scrolling.

So today we are going to look at making this process hassle-free.

We need the pictures from somewhere and what better than pulling them from social networks like Facebook, Whats App et al?

Note: In the past, we have seen how we can get Facebook images as a slideshow display while getting calls.