Android Contacts app

I want a FREE contact app with no frills/ads with the following features
1. NO connection to twitter, google, facebook etc
2. Enter contacts with or without phone numbers
3. Enter address and work, home, fax numbers
4. Have a backup & restore feature
5. Have a favorite screen for favourites to dial or sms
6. To be able to export to a file to transfer to pc, csv or vcf
7. To import from pc

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Best Android Contacts app

Google Contacts App will be the best option for you. The only problem with this app (for you) is it connected with your google account.

It has following features:
Back up your contacts and sync them across all your devices
• Safely back up the contacts in your Google Account to the cloud
• Access the contacts in your Google Account from any device

Keep your contacts organized and up to date
• View your contacts by account (e.g., work vs. personal)
• Easily add contacts and edit information like phone numbers, emails, and photos
• Get suggestions for adding new contacts, cleaning up duplicates, and more

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Best Android Contacts app

Thanks for taking the time to offer your suggestion and noting the features.
If there is no other suggestions I will try it out, as you are aware downloading apps, enetering data & finding out they have limitations you cannot live with is time consuming and frustrating.

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