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By iko84, Senior Member on 18th January 2014, 02:10 AM
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hi pepole! im running kit kat and cant find solution to remove the dublicate contacts. if you know how, please share the answer!
 
 
18th January 2014, 02:22 AM |#2  
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do it in your gmail account/contacts.

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hi pepole! im running kit kat and cant find solution to remove the dublicate contacts. if you know how, please share the answer!


Download "Go Contacts" it has a feature to remove duplicates, relay fast. Remove duplicates and uninstall 
18th January 2014, 03:37 AM |#4  
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do it in your gmail account/contacts.

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Hope he doesn't have the amount of duplicates that I have! :banghead:





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Download "Go Contacts" it has a feature to remove duplicates, relay fast. Remove duplicates and uninstall 


It is. I have done this on a few occasions and remarkably, they return. :banghead:

I just deal with it for now.


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Hope he doesn't have the amount of duplicates that I have! :banghead:








It is. I have done this on a few occasions and remarkably, they return. :banghead:

I just deal with it for now.


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I think I know what your problem is.
1. Go to settings and turn off contact sync.
2. Go to Google.com/contacts and delete EVERYTHING.
3. Use go contacts to delete duplicates.
4. Turn on sync again.
Done!
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I think I know what your problem is.
1. Go to settings and turn off contact sync.
2. Go to Google.com/contacts and delete EVERYTHING.
3. Use go contacts to delete duplicates.
4. Turn on sync again.
Done!

Believe it or not, that thought occurred to me when I was writing the reply. Sometimes I'm just too lazy to do it.

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Believe it or not, that thought occurred to me when I was writing the reply. Sometimes I'm just too lazy to do it.

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You'll have to do it if you want to fix it :P
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You'll have to do it if you want to fix it :P

That's true, but believe it or not, I've had this issue for at least two years so as you can tell, it's not a high priority. Plus I have done this a few times in the past. I've heard that the best place to do it is on the website, but that way is a lot harder than what has been suggested here.

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That's true, but believe it or not, I've had this issue for at least two years so as you can tell, it's not a high priority. Plus I have done this a few times in the past. I've heard that the best place to do it is on the website, but that way is a lot harder than what has been suggested here.

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I am telling you to delete all the contacts from a PC. Just select all and press delete. And go contacts is pretty easy too. The full process will take like 15 minutes, that's all.
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