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# 39028 7-Aug-2009 19:00
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I got a Telecom R6 loan phone today and I'm trying to transfer my contacts onto it, from my OS X address book. iSync doesn't recognise the phone and I can't find a conduit online. I've found something called "JoinMe" on but the file appears to be damaged.

What's the easiest way for me to get my contacts onto the phone?

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  # 244051 7-Aug-2009 20:27
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you could copy the contact list to a comma seperated text file, save it to a flash drive, take ino a "friendly" telecom store ask them to load the file onto the phone transfer system and upload to your mobile

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  # 244118 8-Aug-2009 08:32
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Gah, it'll be quicker to manually enter my commonly-used contacts (I probably don't need all of them since I'll only have the phone for a week or so).

Do you know what JoinMe does, or where to get it from?


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  # 244149 8-Aug-2009 10:26
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JoinMe in the software that should of come with your R6 on the disc in the box. It is the phone sync sortware and the disc also has drivers on it. i would have copied my contacts to my sim before giving the phone away to telecom

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  # 244152 8-Aug-2009 10:31
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I don't have the disk or box. My old phone died, so I couldn't copy anything.

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