Nokia 6103 LCD screen broken, need to transfer contacts to SIM
Hello, I my Nokia 6103 LCD just broke, and I need to transfer my contacts (stored on the phone) to the SIM. Below are the steps that they give, but I can't see the menus. Can some one translate these into numbers that I can press, or what arrows to press (ie "press the down arow 3 times"..etc, so I can tranfer them?) thanks!
Re: Nokia 6103 LCD screen broken, need to transfer...
This is the solution for Nokia 6102I. Maybe it works with 6103 as well:
Click on your menu button once Click down once Click menu button Click menu button Now hit UPPER LEFT hand (lit up blue, half moon button) "Options" button Click up once Click menu button Click menu button Click down once (you are now selecting to "copy all" ) Click menu button Click menu button (keep original, if you want to keep original location)
Click down once & Click menu button ( move original)
Hope it works.
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Install the Nokia pc suite software on your computer and connect your phone via USB to it. With this application you can download contacts. You probably will have to press left top or right top button to allow access to your phone after connection.
HI.....Warning: Do not enter any wrong unlock unlock codes on your Nokia 6103 mobile phones. If you enter over a certain amount of wrong unlock codes on your mobile phone, your phone may get hard locked and sometimes become unusable.
1 - Switch on your Nokia 6103 mobile phone without any sim card. 2 - Don't bother as to what is displayed on your Nokia 6103 mobile phone. 3 - Compose #pw+CODE+1#. 4 - The Nokia 6103 mobile phone would then display the message "SIM Restriction Off" and will be unlocked!
The letter p appears if you press the button star(*) three times quickly The letter w appears if you press the button star(*) four times quickly The symbol + appears if you press the button star(*) two times quickly The CODE you need to enter is the unique unlock code for your Nokia 6103 mobile phone
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I’m surprised that instead of getting a response to my question posted yesterday in your Forum I’m getting an offer to switch to your Premium Assistance Plan. Nevertheless, I partially solved the problem.I found out that I need just the small outer LCD for Nokia 6103. I already found it on eBay.
But the main question remains: I need instructions, manual or pictures how to replace a broken outer Mini Display for Nokia 6103.
you can replace the broken LCD screen. Its an easy process. Go to ebay and purchase a replacement LCD Screen for your phone but make sure its a full replacement screen front an back. Then all you have to do is unscrew the the screes that are on the inside lid of the phone, take the front faceplate off, pop out the old and put in the new. Its easy
As long as the bottom portion of your phone still powers on, your contacts are still there. If you go into your local cellular store, most have a machine called a cellbrite that can transfer a phonebook from one phone to another. Some smaller stores, or third parties may not have this machine, because they can cost thousands of dollars. If your store does not have a cellebrite, try stopping by a corporate owned Verizon store. You can find a listing on www.verizonwireless.com. I would call to make sure they have a technical department They may charge you a small fee of $10 for the transfer.
The company I worked for was CDMA network, so our phones did not have sim cards, but we could still transfer the numbers from both the sim AND the phone itself.
If it is broken in half, and the cable is broken, it will be cheaper to just get a new phone. If you aren't eligible to upgrade your phone as of yet, you can normally find a decent priced phone on ebay. Just use their cell phone finder and search for phones compatible with your carrier!