我用Android 2.3购买了nexus s，我正在从Apple地址簿中迁移我的联系人。我能够创建和导入包含所有联系人的VCF文件进入Android。
I bought the Nexus S with Android 2.3 and am in the process of migrating my contacts from the Apple Address book. I was able to create and import a vcf file containing all the contacts into Android.
But when I look in the contacts of the phone, I get the message" You don't have any contacts to display". But when I search for a contact, they are found. What's going on?
Can I have my contacts locally on the phone without having them sync with Google first before being accessible?
To import a vcf: Copy the vcf to your phone, then Contacts > Import/Export
To view hidden contacts: Contacts > More > Display options, you have the option of displaying "Only contacts with phones" and under "Choose contacts to display" you can choose to view or hide contacts based on their source. Perhaps your contacts are hidden because they are stored in your phone, but you don't check "Phone" under "Choose contacts to display"
Disclaimer: I use Froyo (2.2) so the menu name might be different.
I had some problems with built in sync so I looked for a more sophisticated solution. After I tested some apps I choose a Android app called ContactSync (the dev provided me a free test license for the app so +1 for free testing) and the name tells it all. It can sync, import and export contacts on various ways like CardDAV or FTP or just local .vcf files.
Works well here and provides some nice features. The dev has a homepage here -> http://ntbab.dyndns.org/apache2-default/seite/contactsync.html
I use b-card.us to import my contacts. it support iOS as well. Only register, insert data and scan Barcode. You don't need to install an app and its free.