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Create and Download Dummy Contacts VCF File with Custom Fields

If you email someone but you haven't added them as a contact, Google Contacts automatically saves their email address in your "Other contacts" group. Their email address will show up the next time you email them.

You can download this generated VCF file, and then drag/drop it to your Simulator to import (1000) fake contacts. I created this test data using the mock data generation website Mockaroo.

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This was created using a small Node.js script that takes a CSV and converts it into one single VCF file - which you can then drag and drop to the iOS Simulator. This is the simplest way to import contacts, no code required or installation of apps needed off GitHub (as the other answers imply). This CSV parser assumes you have three columns at the top of the file (First Name, Last Name, and Phone Number. If you want to add more columns/variables for importing, simply modify your CSV and the parser below based off the vCard spec.

EXAMPLE: My contacts were located in folder named CONTACTS, which is located in Downloads folder. In order to proceed to folder with contacts I run two commands (see below):cd downloadscd contacts

I followed your instructions including the command line in Windows. On the Iphone 11 email I simply tapped the vcf file I sent to myself and was asked immediately if I wanted to import those contacts. Worked great! Thanks!

If I open the .vcf file with notepad, I can see all my contacts there. However, when I open the email I sent to myself on my new iPhone 13 and follow your subsequent instructions, it only imports the 1st contact in the list. Any suggestions?

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Although APK downloads are available below to give you the choice, you should be aware that by installing that way you will not receive update notifications and it's a less secure way to download. We recommend that you install the F-Droid client and use that.

I have created some dummy data (which would look like real data to most of sane human beings, hopefully) and exported the contacts into a .vcf file format. Anybody can transfer the file into your emulator/genymotion and import the file from contacts app.

Export your contacts to your dummy Gmail account. Follow instructions here or any other way, like this Export telegram and whatsapp contacts to vcf?. Delete all non Whatsapp contacts from this account (you don't want Whatsapp / Facebook to see ALL your contacts , right?)

Click on the app to see two panes Main (where all your apps are listed) and Shelter where you will see contacts , Google Play Store. Go to Main and long press on Whatsapp and choose Clone to shelter (Work Profile)

Note: Open whatsapp from within the shelter (work profile) not from the app drawer. If you open from outside you will find Whatsapp having access to contacts and gallery. Once you install whatsapp it is completely limited to the storage dedicated to the work profile and cannot see storage outside the work profile

On a side note, even with root and mighty Xposed module like XprivacyLua , a successor to Xprivacy, contacts by group cannot be separated ; in other words you can only choose all / starred/ non starred contacts to be visible per app but you can't say hide my Whatsapp contacts ( For more details see Para 18)

They don't have access to your contacts, but they see your storage. You can use the apps like a normal app. Only issue is if you give it access to your contacts immediately, it will run into a glitch. Say no the first time and it will work fine.

From making phone calls to finding friends on social media platforms, contacts hold a critical place in the digital world. The big, fat book of phone numbers from yesteryear is now a compact list on a smartphone. Every person has their own unique set of contacts consisting of phone numbers, emails, etc.

React Native Contacts is a module that provides functionality to create, fetch, update, and delete contacts in a React Native app for iOS and Android. It uses various promises to do all the tasks mentioned above. This helps it complete all the required tasks without putting too much pressure on the UI thread of the app.

In this tutorial, we went over how to fetch contacts in both a bare and Expo React Native app. If you want to explore more options, I would suggest trying out the expo-contacts module of Expo modules to play with contacts in your bare React Native app.

Our import tool helps you add or update contacts in Mailchimp. Import from a connected app, upload a comma-separated value file (CSV), copy and paste contacts from a spreadsheet like Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets, or type info directly into the import table. You can also auto-update multiple existing contacts at once.

The file import process has two parts: First, you'll prepare your spreadsheet of contacts outside of Mailchimp and save it as a CSV file. Next, you'll use our import tool to upload your file and add your contacts to your Mailchimp audience.

Need help saving your spreadsheet file in CSV format before you import? Check out these CSV tips from Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets. Or, download our sample CSV import file and replace the sample emails with your own data.

Proceed with a file import, and follow the steps to upload your file and match your columns. On the Organize step of the import, check the box next to Update any existing contacts.

Jim, I don't think you can limit the rows that EG will download/read, but you can use a DATA step to create a smaller subset of your text file, then use that smaller file as a way to create your template for import. Maybe STOP the DATA step when _N_=20 or so, and that should be enough of a file sample to design your import process.

The main purpose of this app is to protect your privacy by allowing you to add fake contacts to your phone contacts. It also hides your real contact list and prevents others from viewing your phone contacts.

FeaturesSupports exporting contact files in vCard format.Allows sharing of vCard files for contacts.Enables editing of contact name or phone number.Supports adding name prefixes to facilitate bulk deletion of contacts.

Does your company use Microsoft Office Outlook extensively? If so, you know the build-in Exchange address book (Global Address List) leaves much to be desired, especially when trying to find users and contacts based on a partial match on first or last name and other user attributes. The add-in Company Contacts gives you access to a powerful shared address book as a replacement for the limited Microsoft Exchange 'Global Address List'. It also makes your personal contacts accessible from the same interface. With Company Contacts you don't have to know the exact name to find someone. Special characters in the name like umlauts and accents can also be skipped while still matching the correct person.

Company Contacts also makes it possible to create additional address books by just saving Outlook contact items and/or vCard files (.vcf) to a sub folder (the name of each folder is the address book name) in a specified file share. Our tool processes these files and makes the contacts available to your users in a practical way as an extra address book in Company Contacts.

As a bonus feature Company Contacts lets you import the global address list to a sub folder of your personal Outlook contacts. One reason you may want to to this is that personal contacts are made available to mobile phones and tablets by ActiveSync. This way you get access to your company address list from the contact list on your iPhone or Android mobile device.

Company Contacts is easily accessible from the Outlook ribbon in multiple locations (the main ribbon, e-mail (inline) compose ribbon and the contacts ribbon). Company Contacts: A Better Global Address List for Microsoft Outlook. Wildcard searching & finding contacts, partial matches, works with ten-thousands of users/contacts, add custom contacts lists and more!

If your contacts are stored in an Excel CSV file, it's easy to import them into your Android. The trick is to make sure your CSV file is formatted using Google's standard formatting, which ensures that the name, address, phone number, and other fields import correct. This wikiHow article will walk you through formatting a CSV file properly for your Android and show you how to import the file using Google Contacts.

Does your company have lots of existing business contacts that you want to include in the shared address book (also called the global address list) in Exchange Online? Do you want to add external contacts as members of distribution groups, just like you can with users inside your company? If so, you can use Exchange Online PowerShell and a CSV (comma-separated value) file to bulk import external contacts into Exchange Online. It's a three-step process:

The first row, or header row, of the CSV file lists the properties of contacts that can be used when you import them to Exchange Online. Each property name is separated by a comma. Each row under the header row represents the property values for importing a single external contact.

The following properties (which are the first four items in the header row) are required to create an external contact and must be populated in the CSV file: ExternalEmailAddress, Name, FirstName, LastName. The PowerShell command that you run in Step 2 will use the values for these properties to create the contacts.

After you run the command in Step 2, the external contacts are created, but they don't contain any of the contact or organization information, which is the information from most of the cells in the CSV file. This is because when you create new external contacts, only the required properties are populated. Don't worry if you don't have all the information populated in the CSV file. If it's not there, it won't be added.

You can repeat Steps 1 through Step 3 to add new external contacts in Exchange Online. You or users in your company can just add a new row in the CSV file for the new contact. Then you can run the PowerShell commands from Step 2 and Step 3 to create and add information to the new contacts.


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