I have a 4 year old nokia with att service and i got my daughters old motorola razr, with att service also, being that she got a new phone.I just switched the sim from my old Nokia to her phone and it makes and receives calls fine but my address book doesnt show up on her phone.Please help,thanks.
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It may be caused that when you take out sim from old phome it has damaged, try for old one is it still working? if not then your sim is dead, also old phones made SIM-s to be bend and such SIM-s have difficlt electrical connection with new phones.
Also find if "this sim only" is activated in your phone.
It must give you signal, Insert sim card, or insert proper sim. If insert sim card warning card is damaged or have not enough good connection, if another, then this sim only is activated you first you must unlock it to work .
t-MobileWeb settings: Primary IP address: 216.155.165.050 Secondary IP address: (Blank) Access Point Name (APN): wap.voicestream.com Data bearer: GPRS Profile name: GPRS Username: (Blank) Password: (Blank) Home page:myvoicestream.com Picture messaging settings: Multi-Media Service Center (MMSC) address: http://126.96.36.199/servlets/MMS Validity period: 72 hours Hide ID option (if option exists): set to off, no, or disabled
It's not anywhere in the literature. Before you remove the sim from the old phone copy the address book into the old sim. Then take the old sim out of the old phone and then put it in the new phone. Copy from the old sim into the new phone. Then take out the old sim and put in the new sim and copy from the new phone into the new sim. Your all set.
I had the same problem going from my Nokia to the V3. The Nokia could store multiple #'s under the same contact, the Motorola can't.
You can go through each contact and change the "Type" by highlighting your contact... Options, Edit.Then you have to decipher the icon to the right of each contact.
Or you can Edit the name by doing the same and adding.."Home", "Cell", etc. Also a pain.
I ended up buying Motorola Phone Tools so I could do all the editing, downloading, and back ups on my PC. Very simple.
Whether you store the contact on the phone or memory card does not affect how it is displayed.