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There really isn't an easy way. But, you do have a few options. If the Scoop is still active on the network, you can send each contact to your bberry as a vcard. Highlight contact, choose menu, send as vcard. You may be able to use a program like PPPIM Backup or similar to archive the contacts to a storage card, then move the storage card to the bberry.
Quickest way would be to take it into an Alltel / Verizon store and let them transfer the contacts for you. There is also a contacts backup application that stores contacts on the server for you, and allows you to restore to replacement / different phone. This one only works if scoop is still on network (activated).
if youre trying to program your alltel phone number on a verizon phone yet keep your alltel service its not going to work. the phones are locked to the carriers and cannot be unlocked. depending on where your cellphone number is based out of your serivce will most likely turn into verizon anyway. but as far as i know right now you cannot use the verizon phones. i could be wrong, i live in an area that is going to become AT&T not verizon.
That happened to my mom's phone too
we both have LG scoops/rumors and that are simply ridiuculous and peices of ****.
I'm not even kidding when I say I've been through at least 7 scoops in the past year.
What you can do is take it to an alltel store and they can replace it for you, but I would REALLY recommend getting a new phone.
Unfortunately, I'm stuck with my alltel contract to have an LG scoop for another year and it's horrible. My current phone that I just got about 2 weeks ago already stopped working. Get out while you can.
Simple solution, Alltel belives and enforces digital copyright management, while you can listen to your favorite tones and music, you will NOT be able to use them as ringtones, or use them with any of the features of the phone other then playing the tunes for entertainment. The only way to use files as ringtones is to purchase the files from alltel, or use their realtone jukebox, etc.
call alltel customer service from a phone other than the wireless device experiencing the trouble and they will reset the phone and networking and this feature should work fine after then!! the number is 1-800-ALLTEL-1
just choose the Tech support option and listen to the computer talk for a while, then select to speak with a representative