Sync Outlook Contacts with your Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Sync Outlook Contacts with your Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Just got a brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 3?  Thinking about how to sync your Outlook contacts with your new android smartphone? Then AkrutoSync is the tool for you. AkrutoSync is the only automatic, direct, cloud-free and reliable two-way synchronization software for your Galaxy Note 3. The program will seamlessly and accurately synchronize your Outlook data.

Sync Outlook Contacts

Sync Contacts with Galaxy Note 3

Why AkrutoSync?:

AkrutoSync allows you to easily sync your Outlook contacts with your Samsung Galaxy Note 3. You won’t need a special app to access your contacts on your phone. On your Galaxy Note 3, contacts appear in the built-in phone dialer and all the other places you would expect them to appear.

AkrutoSync provides a complete synchronization solution for your contacts. AkrutoSync can synchronize multiple telephone numbers per contact, multiple mailing addresses and email addresses, contact birthdays, as well as all other information. Even contact photos will get synchronized.

How you can try AkrutoSync:

To try AkrutoSync yourself, go to and download a 7-day free trial. Open the downloaded file and when the installation completes, click on the shortcut created on the desktop and follow the installation steps. Make sure that your system and your Galaxy Note 3 are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

For detailed step-by-step installation guide, please refer to our User Guide on documentation page.

Note: – Please note that the set-up is a one-time process.


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  • Paul July 2, 2014 at 2:50 pm

    If I’m a current Akruto user and get a new Android, how will that affect using Akruto to sync Outlook with the new Android?

    • Akruto Support July 7, 2014 at 10:33 am

      If you are already using AkrutoSync and get a new phone, you can sync your new phone, too. AkrutoSync FAQ explains how to easily add more devices to sync with. With AkrutoSync, your data is on all your devices (and only on your own devices!)

  • Dale Gibble May 4, 2015 at 9:04 am

    I have Outlook 2003 on the computer and a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge phone. Contacts do not sync from the phone to the computer. Any ideas?