The Samsung Galaxy Note's Contacts app enables you to associate both postal and email addresses with your contacts. These details can then be synced with your computer or saved to the device's SIM card so you can keep a reliable backup of your contacts. You can also sync contact addresses to online sources such as your Google account or a third party email address via the Galaxy Note's Settings menu.
Tap “Contacts” to open the Contacts app, and then tap the “Add” button to add a new contact.
Select the location where you would like to save the contact. The list displays all available locations, including configured email addresses and internal storage.
Add a name into the “Name” field, and the contact's email into the “Email Address” field. Add the contact's postal address into the “Address” field and then tap “Save” to add the contact entry.
Information in this article applies to Samsung Galaxy Note devices running the Android Jelly Bean operating system. It may vary slightly or significantly with other versions or products.
To add address information to an existing contact, open Contacts and then tap and hold on the contact you wish to edit. Select “Edit” from the pop-up box to open the contact edit screen, and then add the required details.
By default, the Galaxy note stores email and postal details as home addresses. You can change this by tapping the “Home” icon next to the email or postal address and selecting either “Work,” “Other” or “Custom” from the drop-down menu.
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