Google’s contact syncing is the most useful feature that can help people to keep their every contact synced with an Android phone and Google Account. But, in the latest Android Oreo update, some people can’t sync Google contacts, and a few contacts are not appearing on the phone as like earlier. It will be the biggest worry for those who often to use it for communication.
The contact syncing problem has been reported by many Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel, and Pixel XL Owners after updating to the Android 8.0 Oreo update. And, some are claiming that they are getting contact syncing error even after the Android 8.1. So, without further ado, try out these tested solutions to fix Google Contacts not syncing issue on Android Oreo. Let’s fix it!
How to Fix Google Contacts Sync Problem on Android Oreo
Solutions #1: Clear Contacts Storage Caches & Data
Step #1. Go to Settings on your Oreo running device.
Solution #2: Remove Google Plus Profile URL
Well, one user on Android Central Forum claims that the contact sync problem occurred when you add someone to your contact directly from Google Plus. Once you add contacts through Google+, it sticks their profile URL as a web link in your contact list. So, head to over to contacts.google.com and remove the Profile URL when you save it.
Solutions #3: Try to Sync Manually
You can also try to manually sync your Google Account on your Android Oreo running device to fix the contact syncing error.
Step #1. Open your Settings app on your phone.
Step #2. Next, Tap on Accounts.
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Well, once you correctly follow the first solution, you won’t see any contact syncing problem anymore on your Android Oreo device. In a case, if the first solution doesn’t work, then we have also suggested alternative methods to fix contact sync problem on Oreo. Have feedback? Let us know it in the comments on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.