Recovery-Android Products Center



How to Clear Contacts of Your Android

-- Monday, June 09, 2014
Some Android fans are so into using Android devices. Some of the popular models such as Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy S5, and so on are little bit expensive. So, Android users who want to save money, will go to the second-hand market. Here comes the problem: No matter how long the Android phones were used, there will generate some phone data, for example, contacts. Today, I will show you two different ways on how to clear all the contacts that stored in your Android phone.

Part 1: Clear Contacts with Your Android

1. Select “Settings” in the main interface.

2. Click “Applications Manager

App Management

3. Find “Contacts Storage

Contacts Storage

4. Clear all the Android contacts by clicking “Clear data

Clear Data in Contacts Storage

Note: If you want, you can also clear or erase web or browser history on your Android to get more storage space with similar steps.

Part 2: Wipe Contacts with Phone Transfer

If you try the newest version of Phone Transfer, the awesome transferring tool for you to transfer data with your Android phone, you will find there’s a new helpful function: Erase Your Old Phone. If you choose the Erase mode of Phone Transfer, you can easily clear your Android data as the following window shows:

Erase Mode of Phone Transfer to Wipe Android Contacts

Note: With it, you can easily erase all existed data on your old Android and deeply search and erase deleted data that still stick to your Android memory.
Download Phone Transfer here:

Download Win Download Win Download Mac Download Mac

That’s it, with the both method, you can easily clear all Android data that you want by operating the simple steps. By the way, Phone Transfer also allows you to transfer Android data such as contacts, videos, photos, SMS to other phone no matter you use iPhone, Android or Symbian phone like Nokia. If you want to know more about Phone Transfer, you can download it in our website and see how efficient it is.

Ivy Bruce

Ivy Bruce is the Founder and Editorial Director at Recovery-Android Studio. You can also find her on Google+ and Twitter.