Google Contacts is the go-to contacts app for most of the Android smartphones. The app automatically takes backup of the recently saved contacts details on the linked Google account, including their email ids and other information in case they are available.
If by mistake you delete some contacts then worry not as there’s a way to restore them. Here we tell you how to do that.
Restoring a deleted contact from Google Account is simple. All you need is to remember when you have deleted the contact. Whether it was 1 day ago or a week ago or a month ago. The Google Contacts website has a built-in feature that allows users to undo delete changes.
Also, note that the same can be done using the mobile browser on smartphones and the feature works on both Android as well as iOS.
– Working internet connectivity
– A laptop or computer with a browser
Steps to restore deleted contact from Google Contacts
1. Open contact.google.com on any browser and log in with the same Google Account linked to the smartphone
2.Tap on the ‘gear’ icon from the top right corner and choose the option Undo changes
3. Choose the right time frame that includes the deleted contact and click Restore button
Source : Gadgetsnow