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Topic # 14000 10-Jun-2007 13:55
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*    Does anyone know if that be posible as i dont want to lose all contact yet again.
I'm sure everybody knows what thats like.
I know it can be done by cable, but one of those i do not have.

*    Also be it posible to update firmware without having to fork out money to telecom?

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Reply # 74184 10-Jun-2007 14:53
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No you can not transfer your contacts to miniSD.

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  Reply # 74185 10-Jun-2007 15:30
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If you take your phone into a Telecom store and ask them nicely they will download the contacts off the phone and you can get them to email them to you for free (I have done this).

If you ever loose your contacts you should be able to provide them with the file they emailed you and be able to put them back on your phone (I havent't doe this bit but can't see why they wouldn't)




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  Reply # 74189 10-Jun-2007 17:43
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Cheers nzbnw + Filterer.  Helpful indeed.

 The phone i bout was 2nd hand and it says the software is 1.002NZ
 I assume it has been updated

*   Is there any way to update it myself?

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  Reply # 74206 10-Jun-2007 20:28
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the most recent software is 1.05nz however I believe that this is not a user upgradeable option. There are no different user options between 2 & 5

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