Question about Motorola Mobility Q
I tried connecting via bluetooth but the motoQ said the connecting device was not supported. no sim card in motoQ to transfer data
The iPhone doesnt accept Object Push Profile, which is the Bluetooth profile that allows contacts to be transfered from one phone to another. You have a couple of options: 1) visit the store from which you got your iPhone or a core AT&T store; they will hopefully have the necessary equipment to move your contacts. 2) Import all of your contacts on your Motorola Q to Outlook or Outlook Express and then Export them from Outlook to the iPhone through iTunes.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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