Question about Samsung GT-S7500 Galaxy Ace Plus - Unlocked Phone - US Warranty - Black
Lost my contacts saved on "phone". Don't know how. Can they be retrieved??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need a third party program to do this, look for the application like pim back up, contacts backup and download it from your phone to install, run the program and back up the contacts. but you need to install this program to both phones.
hence if you cannot find one, use your sim card's utility. copy the contacts to your sim, insert it to your blackberry and copy the contacts from your sim to your blackberry.
i am afraid there is still no way you can back up your contact list in your samsung phone to your memory card. even if you use your samsung studio or samsung pc suite, there is no possible way to copy the save phonebook contacts to your blackberry, they have different file extensions. you can save your samsung contacts as npf, csv, or vcard extensions. you can save your contacts to your memory card as csv or vcard, but i just don't know if blackberry has the capability to browse and save the contacts in this file extension from your memory card.
so the only possible way is to back it up using your studio as vcard, and since blackberry can sync to outlook, you can sync your phone book contacts from outlook to your blackberry..
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
SOURCE: my samsung sgh-g600's screen is
first you need to have a samsung PC studio software.
if dont have download it through this url
After you download, just plug your phn to pc. and start synchronize what ever you want ( contact list, message, calendet etc)
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Posted on Oct 10, 2010
What you need to do is to calibrate your screen.
There is a code to do that,type in the code using the keyboard and use the keyboard "enter key" when done typing. A screen message will come up briefly. Something about processing and that the phone will shut off and restart. After the restart the touch screen should work again.
If problem persists,you should replace the flex cable and digitizer screen.This should solve the problem
Posted on Dec 13, 2010
My dear friend, the problem with your phone is the flex is bad. The flex is the cable that connects the screen to the main board of the phone. First check if there is no damage on the screen, before replacing the flexi ribbon of the phone. Then you replace the flexi ribbon of the phone. If you want to replace it yourself, follow the steps below:
Take care and good luck
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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