I’m wondering if it’s possible to export all contacts (some of them have photos assigned) from eOS and import to other phone with eOS with those photos (with full quality)?
Usually I can achieve that kind of migration. However, the photos are poor quality, so I have to reassign photos to each contact, again. Which takes me a looootttttt of time.
Many thanks for your advises.
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I think the best way would be to sync the contacts on your second device with your ecloud.
Thanks Harvey, but I don’t use cloud and I’m not planning to. I rather look for an offline method.
Don’t know the result, but Contacts’ settings menu offers to share all by mail or Bluetooth. From a device to the other one…
Thanks Trefix. I’ve shared a few contacts to check and it shares it but the contact photo is poor quality. I shared it vi BT from eOS to eOS (the same based Android version)
No photo nor personal info in my Contact file, as few ‘suckable’ data’s as possible, so I didn’t test this feature. Perhaps you can edit a *.vcf file (with nano, vim or other text editor) and link to a ‘my-contacts’-photos’ folder, drag and drop and then import .vcf. look at VCF Viewer or other app…
I totally understand what you mean about sharing personal info to programs or machines in general. However, it’s a path where the best idea is to just give back a sim card to the provider and handle without mobile phone, cause everywhere you are you might be observed by some stuff. For me it’s a pretty hard path so I just let go and give a f…
Quickly seen: *.vcf is only text data’s, so pictures are encoded in base64 mode. May cause low quality…