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Whenever I type in a name I want to search for, which exists in my list of Google Contacts, it pulls up a blank card or tells me that no match exists, or nothing has been found.

Any ideas why that is and how to fix it?

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And this happens with all contacts, regardless of the name you are searching for? – Alex Sep 14 '13 at 6:17
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I'm only able to reproduce your findings, if there's no match at all, like contact name: Jacob and searching for Jack. You will get a hit when you search for Jac. Perhaps you can try and not search for an exact match.... – Jacob Jan Tuinstra Sep 14 '13 at 6:21
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Sometimes, after creating a new contact entry or importing contacts, Google needs a moment to index it. Usually, it's almost instantaneous, but somtimes not. Waiting a bit solved the problem. But in my case, it said that no match exists, no blank card was pulled up. – Lernkurve Sep 23 '13 at 8:11

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