1. baileystein's Avatar
    I understand that this has been brought up before, but I'm fairly new to Android and I don;d understand the fixes when it comes to trying to do it in Jelly Bean.

    Anyways, as soon as I setup my phone I had all my contacts from Facebook, Windows Live, and Gmail. //NOTE: I used a Windows Phone beforehand//

    When I went out about an hour later, my contacts disappeared. Whats worse is they won't come back. As soon as I left wi-fi they just were destroyed somehow. I do live with EDGE, so keep in mind the data speeds are super slow and not comparable to my 20mbps wi-fi.

    I already tried un sync then re sync for each account. Odd enough, only I show up in my contacts. That doesn't help me at all.

    And now they won't come back. I'm sorry, I'm just used to having my contacts just "there" with Windows Phone. I'm also missing the FB Integration and was hoping that my contacts would just be there.

    Thanks for your help!
    08-02-2012 08:56 AM
  2. 1088933's Avatar
    Just going to ask the basic questions here for now.

    Have you tried re-booting your phone? Can you see your Google contacts online on your Google account? Facebook is always a bit tricky, a lot of people (including me) use Haxsync. And do they come back in wifi?
    08-02-2012 09:11 AM
  3. baileystein's Avatar
    I tried rebooting. No luck. I also tried haxsync. Even after setting it up with Facebook it only shows me.

    They won't come back at all.

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    08-02-2012 11:01 AM
  4. 1088933's Avatar
    If you go to People> Settings> Contacts to display- what is selected?
    08-02-2012 11:14 AM
  5. patruns's Avatar
    Are your Google contacts set to sync with your Google mail account? I manage all of my contacts online on my PC that way.
    08-02-2012 11:25 AM
  6. 1088933's Avatar
    Are your Google contacts set to sync with your Google mail account? I manage all of my contacts online on my PC that way.
    This is what I was wondering, if he could see his contacts from online. My dad had this problem once, but it was just a matter that the contacts weren't actually in Google, but stored on the phone.
    08-02-2012 11:28 AM
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