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1). unlock keypad,
2). select "contacts" option from menu then select "copy" option in "contacts".
3). Then select "From phone to sim card". It will ask "One by one" or all.
You can select any option and contacts will be copied to your sim card.
Use the app to write as many contacts that will fit onto the SIM card.
After writing is complete, you may use the SIM card and app on a different phone to import contacts from the SIM.
*NOTE* Using a SIM card to transfer contacts is an old, limited method. For the best and most reliable contact transfer between Android phones, simply log into your Google account on each phone to sync contacts wireless between them.
Contacts in the SIM card don't have to be transfer as long as the new phone requires a SIM card to work. The contacts in the SIM cards are automatically shown in the new phone. If the new phone does not require a SIM card (CDMA phone), then just borrow a GSM phone, place the SIM card and transfer it by way of bluetooth.
well usually before you add a contact it asks you where to save it to the sim card or the phone unfortunately if u save it to your phone you cant just pull out the sim and put it in the new phone you need to save contacts and anythingels u want transferred to your existing sim card