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Whether (when you open it) doesn't it provide an option of saving in Contacts?

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How do I read a VCF vcard


Microsoft Outlook reads VCF files directly. Thunderbird, Windows Live Mail and other email programs will import a VCF file into the address book. For Thunderbird, if the vCard is an email attachment, just click on the vCard in the preview and add it to the address book. Double-clicking should automatically import the vCard. Any text editor (Notepad, Word) will open the VCF file with the headers visible.

However if the vcf file has multiple contact entries, you would be better off using Outlook or Live Mail to export the entries as .CSV (comma delimited text file) and then importing from that. Alternatively, edit the file with a text editor to add tabs or commas and save the file as a .CSV file. (Use the Open With command in Windows.)

There are VCF viewers available. There is one here: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Office-tools/Other-Office-Tools/VCF-Viewer.shtml . It can't edit or search the file though.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Oct 08, 2014 | Cell Phones

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My Husband did a master reset to my phone and in turn lost all my phone number's is there any way to get them back??????


Sorry there's no hope of getting the contacts back after a master reset. If you saved any of the numbers on the SIM card they will be there but whatever was there on phonebook is now erased. If you ever connected your phone to a pc through pc suite. Then you can retrieve your contacts from that PC.

Jun 10, 2010 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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I need to copy the contact list from Samsung phone memory to the


you need a third party program to do this, look for the application like pim back up, contacts backup and download it from your phone to install, run the program and back up the contacts. but you need to install this program to both phones.
hence if you cannot find one, use your sim card's utility. copy the contacts to your sim, insert it to your blackberry and copy the contacts from your sim to your blackberry. 
i am afraid there is still no way you can back up your contact list in your samsung phone to your memory card. even if you use your samsung studio or samsung pc suite, there is no possible way to copy the save phonebook contacts to your blackberry, they have different file extensions. you can save your samsung contacts as npf, csv, or vcard extensions. you can save your contacts to your memory card as csv or vcard, but i just don't know if blackberry has the capability to browse and save the contacts in this file extension from your memory card. 
so the only possible way is to back it up using your studio as vcard, and since blackberry can sync to outlook, you can sync your phone book contacts from outlook to your blackberry.. 
take care..

Mar 09, 2010 | Samsung SGH-G600 Cellular Phone

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Iphone phonebook transfer


I got a solution:

Used hardware:

Pioneer DEH-P65BT
Jailbroken!! Iphone 3g FW: 3.1.2.
Mac or PC (addressbook on Mac or Outlook on Win)

Steps:

- Sync your contacts trough Itunes with your PC or Mac
- Go to addressbook on Mac (or Outlook on win) and export all your contacts to a vcf file (Called Vcards in addressbook)
- Copy the vcf file to your Iphone (iphoneExplorer / SSH / DiskAid or other solution)
- Download iBluetooth (I used it from the Xsellize source)
- Set up you radio to PhoneBook Transfer (Your phone is not connected to the radio at this point)
- In iBluetooth browse to the VCards.vcf and send it to the Pioneer unit.
- It now says transfer done and the phonebook is stored.

Posted this because it took me days to get it working. Haven't found a working solution on the net.

Also transfering the phonebook from another phone isn't a solution because however the phonebook will be stored it won't be usable by your iphone. The pioneer registers the phonebook to a device so it's absolutely necesarry to transfer it from the actual iphone (or send it from a laptop with a spoofed BT-Mac that matches your iphone)

Good luck!

- Cedrick

Jul 22, 2009 | Pioneer AVIC-D3 Car DVD Player

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HTC diamond phonebook to Pioneer F900BT


Hi there,

send the vcard to a bluetouth device.
it will then send that one contact over.
if you then press ok on the avic, it will try to sync the entire phonebook (up to 400 items)

Greets,

xxhunter

Feb 15, 2009 | Pioneer AVIC-F900BT Car GPS Receiver

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Palm to iPhone


Assuming you are using Palm desktop, have an email account, and can receive emails on your iPhone:
1) Open Palm Desktop on your computer and click on Contacts.
2) Click on Categories and select "ALL".
3) Go to Edit and click "Select All" (all contacts should be highlighted)
4) Go to File and click "Export Vcard"
5) A dialog box will prompt you for a file name. Use what every name you prefer, but remember the file name and location. Your contacts will all be saved as a vCard file (vcf)
6) Now go to your email account and send yourself an email and "attach" the file you created from step 5.
7) On your iphone, receive the email from step 6 above. Scroll down to the bottom of the email and you will see the attached file from step 6 above.
8) Click on the attachment and you will be prompted by iPhone to add the contacts to your contact list. Follow the intructions.

Should work like a charm! [There are other ways of exporting from Palm to the iphone by exporting from Palm to a CSV file and then importing, after mapping fields, to either a Windows Address Book file or an Outlook (not Outlook Express) file. The advantage is the ability to sync on a batch basis with your iphone.. helpful to quickly add changes/new records to your iphone. But the vCard method outlined above is easiest]

Dec 22, 2008 | Apple iPhone 3G

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Motorola Problem


Thats not atall software prob buddy. You verify that your messages are saved on phone memory and that you are not using SIM stored numbers. You can surely backup all phone memory numbers to SIM by copying.

May 31, 2008 | Motorola Mobility W375 Cellular Phone

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Bluetooth transfer of phone book?


I got a solution:

Used hardware:

Pioneer DEH-P65BT
Jailbroken!! Iphone 3g FW: 3.1.2.
Mac or PC (addressbook on Mac or Outlook on Win)

Steps:

- Sync your contacts trough Itunes with your PC or Mac
- Go to addressbook on Mac (or Outlook on win) and export all your contacts to a vcf file (Called Vcards in addressbook)
- Copy the vcf file to your Iphone (iphoneExplorer / SSH / DiskAid or other solution)
- Download iBluetooth (I used it from the Xsellize source)
- Set up you radio to PhoneBook Transfer (Your phone is not connected to the radio at this point)
- In iBluetooth browse to the VCards.vcf and send it to the Pioneer unit.
- It now says transfer done and the phonebook is stored.

Posted this because it took me days to get it working. Haven't found a working solution on the net.

Also transfering the phonebook from another phone isn't a solution because however the phonebook will be stored it won't be usable by your iphone. The pioneer registers the phonebook to a device so it's absolutely necesarry to transfer it from the actual iphone (or send it from a laptop with a spoofed BT-Mac that matches your iphone)

Good luck!

- Cedrick

Jan 21, 2008 | Pioneer AVIC-D3 Car DVD Player

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HELP!!!!!!!!!


Features of your phone:

Compact and thin
• Brilliant TFT internal display with iconic CLI
• Calendar with event reminder (alarm), alarm clock, stop watch, currency converter, calculator and ringtone composer
• MP3 ringtones and FM Radio (play FM radio thru speakerphone w/ headset plugged in)
• Stereo support via 2.5mm headset jack, send/end headset support
• Speakerphone (office quality)
• Messaging: SMS, MMS, EMS, and SMS Chat*
• 100 entry internal phone book with picture phonebook on phone vCard send/receive via MMS*
• VGA Camera with 4x zoom (1x, 2x, 3x) with special effect options GPRS Class 8 (1 up/4 down)
• WAP 2.0


sorry your phone does not support music files (mp3,acc,ect.)

Jan 19, 2008 | Motorola Mobility W375 Cellular Phone

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