Hi, when I am using the the Motorola K1 I cannot access the address book, so when I have to look for a number I have to disconnect the call and search and then call again. Any solution. Please email me at email@example.com. In Nokia I can just get into the phone book by using the down arrow, here I can't. Appreciate your help.
When you are on the phone with someone look at your screen. On the right hand side it will say options. Click the key under it and it will bring up a menu, one of the top 3 will be for Phonebook. I belive it is the very first option, but I can't remember.
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You can import address book contacts from other Microsoft Windows® Address Book files (.wab), as well as from Netscape Communicator, Microsoft Exchange Personal Address Book, or any text (.csv) file.
For Windows Address Book
On the File menu, point to Import, and then click Address Book.
Select the address book or file type you want to import, and then click Open.
For All Other Address Book Formats
On the File menu, point to Import, and then click Other Address Book.
Click the address book or file type you want to import, and then click Open.
If your address book is not listed, you can export it to either a text (.csv) file or a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) or Lightweight Directory Interchange Format (LDIF) file, and then import it using that file type.
you have 2 options. you can load them directly in your "address book" by going into your address book, menu button (bb icon left of trackball), select "New Address" and enter the info. Option 2 , would be going into your address book, select "SIM phone book" and enter the info there. Keep in mind, when you use the SIM phone book option, you can only enter their name and phone number, and after you are done, you have to import your SIM contacts to your address book. Any contacts saved using the SIM option, will stay on your SIM card. Any contacts using the Address Book option, will only remain on the phone, and not on your sim card. ho[pe this helps!
motorola phone tools is not required. You can use the device plug and play just like any removeable drive. if you connect the phone via usb or bluetooth you shoudl be able to go to my computer and access the new removeable drive to drag and drop files between the phone and computer.
Motorola phone tools is synchronizatiuon software. It allows you to synch up your outlook calander and address book with the phone as well as stransfer files and create ringtones. costs about $30.00 though
Do you have your address book sorted by first or last name, first/last and name/picture are the only options I have. but when I open the address book, I can type names to jump to, one letter at a time, just like typing in a name... like 3332777555 for 'carl'.
I am not too sure about your phone but if i want to get to someones name quicker i just push on phonebook and push a letter!like if you wanted to send something or ring someone and there name started with S,then you would push onto phonebook and press number key 7.hope that made sense!
Yes you can access the address book using a data cable, but why don't you just take out the sim card if the numbers are stored on there? Or are they stored on the phone? I have a v551 with the sme problem that i am trying to fix so I have mine in pieces. If I can fix it I will let you know.