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Thread: how to make "google" the default location to save new contacts (not "phone")

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    how to make "google" the default location to save new contacts (not "phone")

    Can you tell me how to make "google" the default location to save new contacts (not "phone"). In addition, I need to know an easy way to find the contacts on my device that are saved to "phone"; and then how to change them to "google"

    Thank you
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    I would like to know the same thing.


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