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When I migrated from my Palm Centro (best smartphone ever) to my current BlackBerry, I did the following:
1) Export Palm contacts from the Palm Desktop software to CSV (comma separated values or tab-delimited text) format.
2) Import the CSV file to your Google Contacts account.
3) Wirelessly sync Google Contacts to your new phone using the free Google Sync app (link below).
4) Verify data was transferred appropriately.
Google Sync works with iPhones:
You should be able to follow the same process for your Palm Calendar by exporting your Palm Calendar from the Palm Desktop software to a file (save the exported file to your desktop, or an easy to find location on your computer), then import the Calendar file into a NEW Google Calendar, not your primary calendar (in case there's conflicts or problems, you can delete the secondary Google calendar without losing your primary Google calendar items). Google Sync should allow you to choose more than one Google Calendar to sync with your iPhone.
All incoming messages are by default stored in the Sim Card. In the Inbox, you have to manually move the messages to phone memory. It can only be done one message after the other. When you are viewing the message which you want to transfer to phone memory, select " more " and select " move to phone ". Then it will get transferred to the phone memory. And for the last point, no message can be transferred to the Micro SD ( Memory Card ). You can only store a maximum of 500 messages and that only in the phone memory. After 500 messages are stored in the phone, the next 20 messages will be automatically stored in the sim memory.
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Hi, not really familiar with Plm devices but insert your sim in to the palm go to contacts and look for Copy to sim or something similar. Sim cards have limited memory,varying from 100 to 250 contacts and 30 to 50 sms.Last would be one by one.
Isn't it the phonebook memory that can save up to 250 entries? If it's the sim, what you have to do is transfer all important items to a different storage like phone numbers,emails,etc. Then delete all the entries in your sim and in your phone. Like a clean-up,next is insert our sim again and observe the performance of SMS memory, U better avoid downloads this time to see the problem.
The sim's SMS memory also depends on the phone you are currently using with your sim cause your phone might can't support such storage though it is a new unit. Like for example if u'll use that sim to an old phone,the SMS memory will be limited. U must also consider that new phones reserves less memory for messages than for the new application features. And 1 more thing,some phones has multiple inboxes up to 3 so the storage could be devided to 3 too. Check on that also. There might be hidden files on your phone so better reset it.
Ah ha - the prob above has everything to do with phone memory. Once the full contacts from the sim card are transfered to the phone memory the phone history and sms can read the contact name. However, the phone does not automatically sense when a loaded number does not have the +61 country code attached to it, so every single phone number in the contacts needs to have this added so that incoming sms and calls are correctly identified. An interesting experience.
The G88 generally comes with a desktop charger too. The connector at the bottom of the phone does not work properly very often. So you may try charging the battery with the desktop charger and then fix it on the phone. It may solve your problem
The only way to transfer messages from one Nokia to the other is sending the messages from one phone to the other.
If the messages are stored on your SIM-card they're automatically transferred.
I haven't found a single solution otherwise.