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Ok well I can help, First if your using android then you need to create an gmail account which will save all your accounts with your contacts using your iPhone or Galaxy or specifically android. I can help you create you a gmail for your contacts , feel free ^_< I'm here to assist you.
Can't you open the contact and press delete at the bottom? Or hold the contact until it gives you a menu then press delete.
Maybe you can go into your settings and memory and have a look in there.
Not sure what phone you have so that's my only suggestions.
If you go into your memory settings just be careful what you press incase it deletes all of your content.
I have an iphone .. I open the contact .. Press edit in the top right and scroll down to the bottom and press delete.
On my old samsung (touch screen) I held the contact then selected delete from the options.
copy the contacts on the sim card to a sd card in the phone. If you don't have one, get one and put it in the phone. Set up the memory in the phone to both sim and memory card. Copy the contacts onto the memory card. Remove the memory card and then go about deleting the contact list in the phone. Put the memory card back in the phone and set the memory in the phone touse the memory card only...not the sim. You're done.
As you said me you want to delete some contact from you are phone memory means you can do this if you follow this things.Go to menu select contacts then scroll over to delete option and select that option after selecting that you will get two option telling delete all, one by one.If you select all contact will be deleted if you select one by one means you can delete one by one.If you want to edit the number means you can select menu and then contacts there you will get search select it and type the name after getting the contact select option then scroll over to edit number there you can edit.Thanks for you are question happy to help.
try to go on your settings, then go to your phonebook, make your lg kg500 phonebook memory through phone. if you have done this, try to reset if to factory, in this case, it will be a fresh phone, but before you do this, make sure to remove your sim and memory card, also, make sure that all the securities are unlocked.
Are the contacts in phone memory or in sim memory?? If in phone memory, There's no problem. Switch on the phone and manully delete all contacts. There's no need of the sim to be inserted. If the contacts are in sim memory then insert the sim. Switch the phone on, and scroll contacts. Chek and find the no.s which have the sim image, it will surely be a sim contact. Then delete it. If you are fearing that your contacts ( if in sim memory ) will be deleted and it is important then first switch on the phone with sim. Note down all sim contacts, after that delete. Then if you give your sister another phone which she likes, switch on the phone and then install all sim contacts which you earlier noted down.
To delete all the contacts and the details attached to them from the phone or SIM card memory, select Menu > Contacts > Delete all contacts > From phone mem. or From SIM card. Confirm with the security code. To delete a contact, search for the desired contact, and select Options > Delete contact. To delete a number, text item, or an image attached to the contact, search for the contact, and select Details. Scroll to the desired detail, and select Options > Delete > Delete number, Delete detail, or Delete image. Deleting an image from contacts does not delete it from Gallery.
most of the SE phone have two types of contact saving
1- in phone memory
2- in SIM card memory
if u have contacts saved in SIM memory but u r using
phonebook memory then it is default
if u save any contact in phone memory u have an option too
to copy it to SIM memory
for deleting a contact it will behave like this:
for example, u have a contact saved in phone memory
as well as in SIM memory
if u delete this contact, then it will be deleted from phone
memory but not from SIM memory
and when u are called from same number
(which is not present in Phone memory but is in SIM)
it displays the name again