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Topic # 13713 25-May-2007 09:13

Does anyone know how to move contacts from the phone memory to the Sim Card - Most of my contacts are on the memory. I can hot sync etc but that doesn't get it onto t he sim card so I can put in my new phone which is just a basic model.  There is a cut and paste option in the menu on phone but this doesn't do anything.  All the docu refers to hot syncing but that is not what I want.


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  Reply # 72165 25-May-2007 09:31
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A colleague of mine has the similar situation, though it is to get them into SIM card/new phone.

I'd suggest, use the Palm's HotSync to sync to Outlook or Palm's PIM. Then with the new phone (which hopefully is data cable, and with sync software) then allow you to sync to it.

As mentioned, with my colleague's, she has a new Motorola v360v, and it has mini-USB port but the package doesn't come with Motorola Phone Tool 4. So she has to obtain that and which allow her to sync from Outlook into v360v easily, which I presume you can copy to SIM card from there.

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