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If the Charging slot is broken the you should buy the one alternate charger china made charger in that charge direct you charge you battery, after charge the batter plug-in and transfer all contact in your sim card. after that your Sim card in you other mobile you can find your all contact.
The Katana II is a good durable phone and well priced, has a 21 Mb internal memory but, does not sport a memory card slot. It is not a GSM phone and therefore does not utilize a SIM card. So the answer is no. You can, however, download your data to a computer from a memory card such as a SIM, SD, Micro SD, Memory Stick (Sony), XD, or CF using software tools, the proper USB cable, and a Digital Concepts 6 slot card reader or the like, and then upload them to your Katana II. The only limitation is the size of the internal memory. If I did not work at a cell repair shop with all the goodies available, I would take it to a service store and pay the pros. It can get a little tricky.
Check out this link for the "Phone Scoop" on the Katana II.
Most likely, you will have to purchase an unlock code from another website that is specific to your phone. There is no guarantee though that there is a code for it. You will also need a valid Sprint SIM Card. Please be aware though, if you do manage to unlock your phone, not all of the features may work. Features that are specific to the Embraq network will not work after the unlock. And you will not gain features specific to Sprint due to it not being an original Sprint phone. As long as you are ok with that then go for it. Look for the best price though. They vary from website to website.
If you just changed phones and not carriers, you could take the SIM card out of your current phone and put it on your old phone to reactiveate it. If you changed carriers, you could try to use the SIM card of someone else you know who is with the old carrier. Then you can forward the pictures using MMS (SMS for files) or possibly connect it to a computer using a usb cable.