WAS MY SISTERS PHONE , ALL HER NUMBERS ARE STILL ON THE PHONE MEMORY. WHEN I PUT IN MY SIM IT DOES NOT LOAD MY NUMBERS . WHERE CAN I SELECT WHAT MEMORY IT USES .JUST WANT TO USE MY SIM MEMORY NOT THE PHONES.WOULD REALL APPRECIATE YOUR HELP THANKS
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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.
The contact list in your other phone is in the PHONE MEMORY. So what could be done is to put back the SIM into the old phone and choose contacts, open and select- MOVE CONTACTS- SELECT FROM PHONE TO SIM and move.
once the SIM is full you can load to the new phone and tranfer using the same method. Then reinsert and follow after erasing the SIM memory.
turn on the handset fully.
Take out the battery and leave the battery out for 30 seconds to a minute. along with the sim card.
Replace the sim and battery and turn the handset on again. should be fine then
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.
Try formatting the card and then put the music back on once the card is formatted. also, see if the phone even recognizes a memory card being inserted. you should be able to press menu>Media tab>other>Memory card... if it doesnt recognize a memory card, the card mght be bad. Does your sisters card work in your phone? if not, it could possibly be a faulty device. if thats the case you can call AT&T warranty center at 1-800-801-1101 for a free replacement
You need two mobile phones.
1) Do _not_ turn off the mobile phone!
2) Remove the Memory Card (MMC) from the locked phone and put it into a
second mobile. Install FExplorer on the second mobile phone. Create
the directory E:\System\Recogs and copy thc-nokia-unlock.mdl into
3) Remove the Memory Card and place it into the locked phone.
The THC-NOKIA-UNLOCK program should start after 120 seconds.
4) Remove the battery. Remove the MMC. Put the battery back and restart.
The Phone Lock has been reset to "12345".
Or call your sister and get the unlock code.
Ah ha - the prob above has everything to do with phone memory. Once the full contacts from the sim card are transfered to the phone memory the phone history and sms can read the contact name. However, the phone does not automatically sense when a loaded number does not have the +61 country code attached to it, so every single phone number in the contacts needs to have this added so that incoming sms and calls are correctly identified. An interesting experience.