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Depends. If your flip phone is on the cloud it's a matter of following a procedure. If it is between services like ATT & Metro PCS you'll need to write them down & enter manually. Some can be done with a card reader and a lap top. If the SIM cards are compatible you might be able to add contacts through the phone's memory. I think the best next step for you is to call tech support at your cell phone provider and see if they have a procedure to recover your contact list from the model phones you have.
Are you using either the original charger or a charger made by Apple? People often buy other charges that say they're iPhone compatible, but they don't work. If you are using an Apple iPhone charger (i.e. not just a iPod charger, but a charger made for iPhone) and it is not working, make an appointment (free) at the nearest Apple genius bar and they'll diagnose your problem.
Try opening itunes before you connect iphone 3g. It should recognize it instantly. Also, notice if the display on the iphone changes. If it does then it means windows does recognize it.
You should also try using another port (most PCs/Laptops have atleast 2 hi-speed ports). Otherwise i suggest you ask apple support directly via http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1495
It's very simple! The iPhone doesn't have normal bluetooth!
Unlike most devices, the iPhone can only see bluetooth hands-free headsets, and can't be found by other bluetooth devices either!
How bad is that?!?! Apple release what is basically a pocket computer, similar in some ways to the various pocket PCs (such as the O2 XDAs for example) which run Mobile Windows, but don't include normal bluetooth facilities, even though we are paying £400 for the hardware and we are now in the 21st century (and this is Apples 2nd attempt at getting it right)!
And don't get me started on the camera, or "cut and paste", or compatibility with accessories, or ......................