Samsung Galaxy S6 lets you sync contacts from accounts, like Google account. However, it sometimes ends up your Samsung Galaxy S6 with many duplicates. These odd duplicate contacts may trouble you a lot, especially when you have to find a wanted contact out of hundreds of contacts. Maybe, you can set aside a few hours to go through all contacts and delete the duplicate ones, but it's really a tedious and big job.
Actually, to merge duplicate contacts on S6, you can turn to a professional third party tool for help. Here is a right one named the Wondershare TunesGo - Android Devices . It's a one-shop desktop Android manager, which gives you the chance to merge duplicate contacts according to the email, phone number and name easily.
The following is the step-by-step tutorial on how to remove duplicate contacts on Galaxy S6. Download the free trial version of the desktop Android manager to get ready.
Enable the USB debugging option on your Galaxy S6 and then connect your Samsung Galaxy S6 to your computer with USB cable.
The Android manager will immediately detect your Samsung Galaxy S6 and show it in the primary window like the screenshot below.
In the top column, click Information to enter the Contacts window. On the top line, find and click De-duplicate. The Android manager begins to detect all contacts on your Samsung Galaxy S6.
When it's completed, all contacts with duplicate information will be shown. Tick the contact copies that you want to merge, and choose a merge type. Then, click Merge Selected. Take care not to disconnect your Samsung Galaxy S6 during the merging process.
Besides merging duplicate contacts on Galaxy S6, this all-in-one Android manager also lets you: