How to un-sync your Facebook contacts on an Android phone?
I use the Facebook Android App (On a HTC cell) and it has sync'd all of my facebook contacts - added their phone numbers to my phone, and their Birthdays to my calandar, and I don't want all of my Facebook Friends mobile phone numbers etc in my phone book on the phone! Does anyone know of an un-sync'ing option?
You need to go to Settings> Accounts & Sync. You should be able to choose which apps that you want to sync automatically (or not). You can also choose whether background data is switched on or off (switching it off will save battery power).
I think in contacts itself, in menu there will be an option to select whether facebook contacts should be displayed or not.
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