I want to sync Android Contacts with MS Outlook contacts. I don't want to put contacts into the cloud. Both devices are in the same LAN.

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Then you should take a look at MyPhoneExplorer – which not only allows you to sync your contacts, but also your calendars and more cloud-lessly. Sync can be performed via WiFi, USB-Cable or Bluetooth. From the app description:

  • sync your contacts with Microsoft Outlook, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, Lotus Notes, Tobit David, Windows Contacts,..
  • sync your calendar with Microsoft Outlook, Thunderbird, Sunbird, Lotus Notes, Tobit David, Windows Calendar,...
  • sync your notes with Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes and Windows StickyNotes
  • manage your SMS: download to PC, backup, delete, send SMS from desktop
  • view the call list of the phone, archive calls, delete them, backup call lists
  • sync file directories, copy files between desktop and phone, sync your photos
  • create and restore backups (includes contacts, calendar, tasks, notes, sms and files)
  • manage installed apps, launch, install, uninstall or download them to your desktop
  • control your phone through your desktop with mouse and keyboard, create screenshots
  • use the pc keyboard as input method for your phone
  • handle calls from your desktop, dial numbers, accept, reject and end calls

To use this, you will need the app and its desktop pendant. Both come for free.

Note: I'm in no way connected with FinjanSoft. I'm not even using Windows 😁

  • Good choice. I have been using it for years now.
    – Z Z
    Nov 8, 2018 at 17:54

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