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Did you try "mark all"? If the nokia is using sim card, maybe you should copy all the contacts on the sim card, then you remove it and put it into your new phone and copy into it. I think that will be the best because this is what I do in a situation like this.
Better still you use the mark all "which means" select all.
For some reason the packaged Pc Suite software doesn't work for music tranfers.
I don't know if this applies to all ks360 versions; I have the Vodafone version.
To be able to transfermusic you have to set your usb connection to Mass storage.
Go to settings>connectivity>usb connection>mass storage
Then when you connect the phone to the pc the computer might
prompt you with 2 windows about what action to take on the connected
usb devices - the two being your phone's internal memory and your
phone's memory card.
In case you are not automatically prompted you have to manually find the phone's drives.
(From an ealier post)
go to your Windows desktop and double-click My Compter.
It will show your what drives are connected to you computer.
It should show both the internal memory of your phone and the memory card in your phone.
Both will be referred to as removable disks. Choose the bigger one.
right-click>properties will show you the size.
My phone doesn't have MSN though other versions have it; just like
other versions have Live Square and others don't. Even the included
games/demos differ according to carrier and region.
Do not create a new folder for your mp3s. Save your music in the Sounds folder.
(not even in the Others or Documents folder or else the phone won't see or play them)
To find the music on your phone go to the menu by pressing OK:
my files>external memory>sounds
ahhm madali lang poh.nong bumili poh ako ng myphone t11. ang ginawa ko lang poh. linagyan ko poh ng sd card, and ang "sd card "nya poh ay micro SD. malapit pof yon sa my lalagyan ng baterry. tingnan mo na lng po sa manual booklet nun. baka andun poh. thankz poh
Plug the USB cable into the outlet on the phone. There is not a
universal USB cable to fit all phones, so be sure you use the right
cable for your phone. If you do not have a USB cable, go to a cell
phone store and buy one for your specific cell phone. Plug the other
end of the cable into an open USB slot on your computer.
Open "My Computer" or "Computer" from your Start menu. Your computer
should automatically detect the cell phone. Double-click on the cell
phone's icon in the open window.
Open the folder you saved the music in. Right click on the music file
or files you want to place on the phone. To select more than one file,
hold down the Control key while you click on the files you want to
transfer to your cell phone. Select "Copy" from the menu that pops up
when you right click the highlighted files.
Click in the cell phone's folder window opened in Step 4. Right click
in the middle of the window and select "Paste" from the menu you are
given. This automatically starts to transfer the files to your cell
phone. Once the transfer is complete, remove the USB cord and listen to
the music on your phone.
I don't know what LG does, but my poor man's file transfer for my motorola was to format the micro SD card so it created my music folder, then I dragged mp3 files to that folder and inserted the memory into my cell.
I see that the Vantage has provisions for a micro SD, so I guess you can do the same. I grabbed a 512 MB with adapter for $8 at the local general store.