Re: contact transfer from gsm to cdma mobile phone
CDMA phones do not use SIM cards but depending on the phone, most of them will have bluetooth. If not, however, depending on the phone, you can try getting the PC Sync software for the device, and synchronize the contacts to the computer, usually to Microsoft Outlook.
Most CDMA carriers have applications you can download to the phone and computer that will actually let you sync the contacts from outlook to the phone wirelessly (VZW has Wireless Sync which is free www.wirelesssync.vzw.com), or you can try using the PC Sync software for that specific phone to sync back.. If its a Motorola phone, the software costs money (about $39) but other manufacturers provide it for free from their website.
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As far as I know, Metro is a CDMA wireless carrier, T-Mobile is GSM. Your Samsung SCH-R820 works on CDMA, which don't need a SIM card to work. GSM technology does need a SIM card to work and make calls. As you can see, there is no way that you can use a CDMA phone with a GSM wireless carrier.
There are new high tech phones that works both, CDMA and GSM, these are called World Phones. Sorry, and best of luck.
In wireless network technology of mobile there are almost all phones use either GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) or CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) technology.GSM is an open, digital cellular technology used for transmitting mobile voice and data services. The GSM standard is the most widely accepted standard and is implemented globally.The GSM provides basic to advanced voice and data
services including Roaming .GSM data is stored in SIM card and the CDMA data is stored in Phone's internal memory.You are free to buy any GSM handset from market.The CDMA Handset is changed through service provider only.In GSM mobile you can use any GSM sim card ,in some situation it will be locked with any particular network ,you can unlock your mobile by any online vendor like http://www.theunlockarena.com/supported-phones/rs13wp7/ or the network provider .In CDMA you can't change your sim card (it won't accept any other sim card) .To know your mobile is GSM or CDMA or any other specification you can check it with GSMArena Tools Features
Connect the phone with the PC using Bluetooth connection option. FOllow on Phone -> Menu -> Multimedia -> Bluetooth -> Data Transfer -> Phonebook -> Send All All the COntact files will get copied to the "C:\Users\Admin\Documents\Bluetooth Folder" or Similar such folder... Enjoy Guys... Its Foolproof & does not need any kies, PC Suit or similar softwares
Hi, Either you have to flash the mobile or get a unlock code you have to
take it to the service center, because to flash and get unlock code (both) the
mobile has to be connected to the computer with a cable.
There are basically 2 branches when it comes to mobile phones. Some phones have SIM cards to connect or another technology that does NOT use sim cards These non-sim phones use CDMA instead of SIMs, so you cannot just swap SIMs like on GSM.
This is GSM and is what T-Mobile and AT&T use for voice.
Sprint and Verizon use CDMA but isn't normally unlocked.
Generally any GSM mobiles does not support CDMA,So N73 also does not work with CDMA.Because CDMA and GSM made by entirely different technologies.So only reliance CDMA mobiles can support for your CDMA sim. If you have any problem regarding this issue leave a feed back we will glad to assist you.
You can go into a Sprint Service Center and ask them to use their Cellebrite machine to transfer contacts from CDMA to GSM. If it's a PDA you can always sync your contacts to your computer. You can always Bluetooth contacts from one device to another (LG has its famous "Send all Contacts") as long as both devices have Bluetooth. Quickest and easiest route would be Cellebrite at a Service Center.