Question about Nokia 6233 Cellular Phone
You can go into a Sprint Service Center and ask them to use their Cellebrite machine to transfer contacts from CDMA to GSM. If it's a PDA you can always sync your contacts to your computer. You can always Bluetooth contacts from one device to another (LG has its famous "Send all Contacts") as long as both devices have Bluetooth. Quickest and easiest route would be Cellebrite at a Service Center.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
CDMA phones do not use SIM cards but depending on the phone, most of them will have bluetooth. If not, however, depending on the phone, you can try getting the PC Sync software for the device, and synchronize the contacts to the computer, usually to Microsoft Outlook.
Most CDMA carriers have applications you can download to the phone and computer that will actually let you sync the contacts from outlook to the phone wirelessly (VZW has Wireless Sync which is free www.wirelesssync.vzw.com), or you can try using the PC Sync software for that specific phone to sync back.. If its a Motorola phone, the software costs money (about $39) but other manufacturers provide it for free from their website.
The following links I know work for most GSM phones. Not sure about CDMA versions, but should.
Nokia PC Suite www.tinyurl.com/Y5xxl5
Samsung PC Suite www.tinyurl.com/ywe285
Sony Ericsson PC Suite www.tinyurl.com/yvcdqw
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
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