Question about Samsung Cell Phones
Press the red key over and over to make sure you are at the home screen.
then press down [default] (or whatever you assigned it) to get to your phonebook.
**press the middle key, press the left soft key [options], press 4, [copy to], press down [sim card] and center key, press the center key once more
wait 5 seconds
that number is stored
press down twice [to get you to the next number]
and follow from **
do this over and over to get all your numbers on the sim card
=_= I'm still looking for a way to transfer all of my numbers quickly to my sim card -_-;
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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