How to add photo to a contact on Galaxy S10 | assign a picture to your contact

Adding a photo to a contact on Galaxy S10 is simple and fast. It’s basically similar to the steps in editing your contact. If you’re new to Android and does not know where to start, this short guide should walk you through it.

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How to add photo to a contact on Galaxy S10 | assign a picture to your contact

Don’t know who to add photo to a contact on Galaxy S10? Learn how by following the steps below.

  1. Open Contacts app.
  2. Find and select the contact.
  3. Tap Profile icon or the circle icon with a camera in the middle.
  4. Assign the picture for the said contact. You can either use a fresh photo by taking a picture using your camera. You can also use an existing photo saved in your Gallery. If you don’t want to do both, simply use the default images.
  5. Once you’ve selected your preferred picture, don’t forget to tap on Save to confirm the change.
  6. Tap Back button to return to the previous menu.

Congratulations, you just changed the photo of your contact. If you want to change the current photo in the future, simply do the same steps above and you should be good.

 


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