My card vcf file only has the first contact after I send contacts via bluetooth to my PC. I sent ALL Contacts via bluetooth and opened the Card.vcf with Outlook 2003 on my PC and only have the first contact. how do I make it send ALL CONTACTS?
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There is an option to export the contacts to the sd card.
Tap the contacts icon.
look for import/export contacts
Tap export to sd card
you can select all or just the ones you want.
tap export then yes.
It will transfer them to a .vcf file and at that point you can transfer it to your pc via bluetooth or usb. You could also take the sd card out and use a card reader to get the file off. You will need a micro sd card adapter or a card reader that will accept that standard of card.
If you do not have a micro sd card ( look under the battery cover or on the sides for a small slot with a black card in it.) you will have to do the bluetooth or usb transfer.
<p>You want to get a new phone soon, but you fear the infamous
contact that comes with manually enter a phone without a SIM card? Has someone
stolen phone in the past? Want to learn how to transfer your contacts for free
using Bluetooth? <br />
<p>1. First you need to associate your computer and cell phone.
Each device is different in this respect, but it should go without saying - go
to your phone's Bluetooth menu and select "Add new device" and go
from there. You need to list the devices. Follow the instructions on each
device to do this. <br />
<p>2. After you have paired them, go to your list of phone
contacts. In a Verizon phone, go to Options -> Send business card. Phones
other providers should have similar options. Click on "Via Bluetooth"
and then you can more "cards" to send to the PC. These
"cards" are the contacts stored in a format that electronic devices
such as computer and connect to the phone can understand. <br />
<p>3. Click "Submit" and transfer the contacts begin.
You'll probably transfer to the PC to accept. Keep the cards in an easy folder
name to remember. <br />
Standard procedure when transferring contacts to another phone via bluetooth is, go to the to the phone's contact list and and press options. If the phone has bluetooth capability, it will display there "send VIA Bluetooth" as options. Select that option and make sure that the blutetooth of the recipient phone is enable. Once the main phone have searched the new phone, just press send and then acknowledge the business card on the new phone.
for PICS only thing is you can save it on your PC or your friends PC.and later you can transfer to your new phones. for NUMBERS just store the wanted numbers to Sim card and just copy from SIM to the OTHER MOBILE.
There are few tools to have. A usb cord, your PC has Bluetooth and pair with you N51 via bluetooth. Have the free software, "Nokia PC Suite". Download it from www.nokiausa.com/PCsuite. It's a free download. Once downloaded, restart your computer. (without the phone connected) Connect. It'll give you easy step by step instructions to transfer contacts to the computer. Plus, other multimedia you may have on your device. Very handy!! Then, just use Active Sync or any software you got with your HTC Touch HD. It can sync you contacts from Outlook onto the new phone. This is nice, in case your phone would crash, break, or the worse stolen. Your contacts are all backed up on the PC. Always take a look at www.htcwiki.com for the best tips & tricks for your HTC device and software updates. A lot of times they will even post known issues and work arounds.
oh all u have to do is go on ur contacts, 1) Higlight your first contact, just so that it shows the name and number 2)Select options 3)Select "Send Via" 4) And then bluetooth There shoud be a screen that should say selected, all contacts, all phone contacts and all sim contacts and then jus send If u have any enquiries email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Open your contact list. Highlight any contact, then open the options menu. Select "9. Send Name Card". A new menu screen will open, select "4. Via Bluetooth". A new screen will open listing all contacts with empty boxes next to the names. Check the boxes next to the contacts you want to transfer, or if you select the options menu, you can choose to mark all. Click "done" then at the next screen, highlight the device to which you want to transfer the list (i.e. your car) and click the round button on your phone to send the data. Once that is done, click the transfer phone book button on your car bluetooth. This method worked with my Lexus.