Below you can find the instructions on how to edit a contact using your Samsung Galaxy S10 device.

In case previously you've owned an iPhone device or a different Android model than Samsung, then you might find it harder to edit a contact on your new Galaxy S10 device.

How to edit Contacts on Samsung Galaxy S10:

All the Galaxy S10 devices are running the Android 9 Pie OS, and in case you've found this guide by mistake while looking how to change contacts for other Samsung device that runs the same OS, then you're in the right place, as the instructions are the same for every model. Here's how to change a contact using your Galaxy S10 device:

  1. Go to Contacts app.
  2. Search and tap once on the Contact you wish to edit.
  3. The Contact's info will be loaded and at the bottom you have the Edit button - tap it.
  4. Edit the data you wish to add or change and confirm the process by pressing Save.

These were the steps you had to go over in order to learn how to edit a Contact for your Samsung Galaxy S10 device.

Remember that in case the Contact you want to edit doesn't save, then you should reboot the device first and then retry the edit action. If you encounter any problems when trying to edit a contact, then you should tell us in comments.

If you wish to import contacts from your old device to your new Galaxy S10, then the simplest way to do this is to setup a Google account on your old device and sync the Contacts data - after that use the same Google account on your new Galaxy S10 and use the same Sync function to import all contacts.

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