Unfortunately, no. You cannot disable the Groups button on Contacts.
However, there’s a few “operational” things I can think of that might solve the problem.
Why is he spending so much time in “Contacts” to begin with? Find out what he’s actually trying to accomplish and go from there. For instance, is it just looking up contact info to make a call/send ...
In my personal experience, the issue might be an iCloud syncing problem or somehow the main group in your Contacts app has been unselected.
To check to see if all of your Contact groups are selected, open the Contacts app and tap on the groups button on the top left corner. You should see a checkmark next to the groups that are selected.
If this is not the ...
This is one way to do get the syntax right for this task:
to addContactsByEmail:(e_mails as list) toNamedGroup:(group_name as text)
local e_mails, group_name
tell application id "com.apple.AddressBook"
set target_group to the group named group_name
repeat with e_mail in the e_mails
It is just dust in the contact.
There was just dust inside the contact of the iPhone coming from carrying it around. The flat charging cable added to the problem, as it can only press the dust further inside. That is why I think it is a specific iPhone-7-upwards problem which you do not necessarily have with other contact shapes. I noticed at some point that ...
i think i have a 👌perfect solution for this.
Let me explain the issue,
I have an iphone 6 which is now 5 years old and in all this time i have changed multiple jobs, i had a company exchange account and at some point all my contacts were being saved into that account. i moved on, they deleted my account so i could not login and my most of the contacts lived ...