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I lost all my contacts please help me!!!

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

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Re: i lost all my contacts please help me!!!

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.


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Re: i lost all my contacts please help me!!!

Your phone needs to sync back with T-mobile's network.

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Re: i lost all my contacts please help me!!!

Turn your phone off 4 , 15 seconds and turn back on for 5 seconds it should be just fine

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