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Topic # 57929 1-Mar-2010 13:25
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Ive just been thrown an HTC phone (WM) and an iPhone and asked to transfer the contacts from the HTC to the iPhone.

Is there a straight forward way of doing this ?




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  Reply # 303286 1-Mar-2010 14:19
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Can you not just copy to SIM then move the SIM over?

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  Reply # 303287 1-Mar-2010 14:24
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Sync the contacts over to Outlook and then sync the contacts back onto the iPhone?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 303304 1-Mar-2010 14:58
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kiwitrc: Nope, contacts on the HTC are held on the phone and dosent appear to be any way to force them onto the SIM.... it was my first plan of attack :)

adresdendoll: Yeah, thats what Im going to do, via IR though as the owner of the phone neglected to bring me his cables etc :)




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  Reply # 303417 1-Mar-2010 18:39
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Sync both via Google Gmail.

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  Reply # 303426 1-Mar-2010 18:58
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I suggest confirming if the user is already sync'ing the HTC with a server for email, contacts, calendar, etc (such as Exchange or Gmail) upfront. That would make the task easier... and if not, try as natedog suggests and setup sync with Gmail.




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