Auto Dust is non consumable in-app purchase. Follow the instructions as you are buying the in-app purchase. If you use the same Apple ID, Apple would detect that you already bought this in-app purchase and would restore your transaction.
if you would like to have manual control especially with multiple sources, you can choose which contact is primary (won’t get deleted) by going to Duplicates -> choose a duplicate contact -> tap on the primary contact. A smily contact would appear next to the primary contact. By default Exchange contacts will be primary if not iCloud contacts.
Go to Smart -> Report -> Select any duplicates group -> Dust. Alternatively, you can preview the merge effect by using the Merged button
Go to Smart -> Report -> Edit -> select the contacts that you want to delete -> press Delete. You can also use the built-in search functionality to zoom-in on the contacts to be deleted fast.
- Plug your iPhone into your computer
- Launch iTunes
- Select your iPhone in the ‘DEVICES’ list
- Right-Click on your iPhone
- Select “Back Up”
- Wait for iPhone backup to complete
Yes. First, you do need to sync with Google server by going to Settings app -> Mail -> Add Account…
Go to groups -> tap on the group name -> tap select contacts -> choose contacts to add or remove to/from group
Go to Groups -> Tap the group name to delete -> Press the red delete button -> Confirm delete. That will delete the group itself not the contacts assigned to.
Go to Groups -> Press the “+” button located on the upper right corner -> Follow the instructions -> Press “Done” button
Go to Zombies section -> Do swipe-to-delete action on each zombie you would like to delete. If some zombies are duplicated you can delete them by doing the same action.
Zombies are lonely email addresses or Phone numbers without first, last or company name. Usually they appear after importing contacts from gmail, yahoo… Also contacts without contact info are also marked as zombies. Zombies list can be found in the Zombies section.
Apple added a new privacy settings for Contacts. You do need to enable Contacts Duster accessing your contacts. Please check this post on how to do it: http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-57507698-285/how-to-control-your-privacy-settings-on-ios-6/
Go to Contacts -> under each contact in grey you will see the contacts source: Local, iCloud…
Go to the Settings app -> Facebook -> Switch Contacts to OFF
Go to Duplicates section -> Do a swipe-to-delete action on each duplicate you would like to delete. You can also delete the duplicate group by doing the same action.
After Auto Dusting contacts, a “+” button appears in the Duplicates section where users can select which contacts are duplicates than with one touch the duplicates will get merged together.
Go to Smart section -> press “+” button in the top right -> Select duplicate contacts -> Press Done. You can repeat step 1-2 for each set of duplicate contacts. Finally press Auto Dust and they will get merged auto-magically. The other option after completing step 1-2 is you can tap on the duplicate contact then tap merge or preview.
Open the Settings app. Go to Mail,Contacts -> Add Account -> Microsoft Exchange. Follow the instructions. After the account is added, please make sure that sync Contacts is turned ON.
From the duplicates section just do a swipe-to-delete action on the manually selected duplicates. This action wont delete the original contacts just unbind the duplicate relationship between these contacts.
Go to Contacts -> select the contact you want to edit -> press the Edit button in the top right corner -> do the changes -> press done. You can do the same from the Group section.
You first need to import your samsung contacts into your computer than sync your computer’s contact with iPad via iTunes or iCloud: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1296?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US than open Contacts Duster app and run Auto Dust.
Go to Smart -> Report -> Duplicates -> Select duplicate -> Tap Merged
in the Settings app go to iCloud -> turn “Contacts” ON
Go to Groups -> Tap on a desired group -> Tap Select Contacts -> search for specific contacts by name or email -> tap on contacts to add. N.B: You can add contacts from any source including Facebook, Gmail or other exchange contacts…
Because these contacts have duplicate entries such as same email or phone numbers
It’s contacts stored locally on the iphone versus what’s on some other contacts list (like Yahoo or Gmail)
Tap on the More tab -> Login -> Press on the green Sign Up button
To keep your contacts safe got to Sync -> Cloud backup -> follow instructions
More section -> Trash -> select one or multiple contacts -> Restore
You can buy it by simply pressing on the red clean button at the bottom…. Buying Auto Dust will also allow users an ad-free experience.
Auto Dust is an one-time in-app purchase. So, if you buy it on one device you don’t have to pay on the other device in order to active it. Just follow the instructions and Apple would detect that your already bought it and won’t charge you again.
The pro version in addition to Auto Dust would allows you to mange your cluttered contacts in groups as well as securing all future & upcoming releases.
Tap on the Smart section than the green Auto Dust button located at the top right corner
You need to add your Exchange/iCloud accounts using the Settings app. Once your contacts got synced than use Auto Dust to clean them out.
Do you have iCloud or Exchange with Contacts sync enabled? if Yes, try to disable the sync by going to Settings app -> Mail -> Exchange/iCloud account -> turn off Contacts sync
You can export your dusted contacts by:
1- Syncing via iTunes
2- Syncing via iCLoud
3- Exporting contacts by going to Smart -> Report -> Edit -> Select all -> Share
The reason that iPhone got renamed to home is that exchange servers doesn’t support the iPhone label.
The iPhone label doesn’t exist for exchange contacts. You check the contacts source by going to the Contacts section. If you create a contact locally or using iCloud you can have the option to use iPhone as label.
If you used our Cloud Sync services, it’s easy to restore your contacts with one touch by going to Sync -> Cloud Restore. To do the full back up you can restore from:
User can delete a set of duplicates or specific duplicate by going to the duplicate section. Once there, user can perform a swipe-to-delete action like on the Mail app in order to delete duplicates.
Lets say you have 2 duplicate contacts A & B.Contacts Duster will merge entries from Contact B into A then deletes Contact B. So at the end you will have one clean contact that has all the entries from both contacts.
You can easily share couple of contacts or all of them by going to Contacts -> Share/Delete -> Select specific contacts or Select all -> Share