Question about T-Mobile Sidekick ID Cellular Phone
Hello Masters !! i need your help i travel to Peru in south america and i dont use my phone but when i turn on to see some of my contacts number , nobody was in there , what happen
My daughter has a Sidekick and this just happened to her. We don't have the data service, so even on a T-mobile network she loses the contacts if the phone battery dies. You probably would see similar behavior in other countries when not roaming on T-mo, so saving the contacts locally as described below is a good idea....
After you enter the contact, select that contact and pull up the menu. You should have a choice to 'Save to SIM card'. Do this! Then should you lose power, there is a single menu choice within the contacts application that will import all contacts stored on the SIM card after the Sidekick is charged.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
Your phone needs to sync back with T-mobile's network.
Posted on Dec 11, 2007
Turn your phone off 4 , 15 seconds and turn back on for 5 seconds it should be just fine
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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