Question about Cell Phones
I had the same problem going from my Nokia to the V3. The Nokia could store multiple #'s under the same contact, the Motorola can't.
You can go through each contact and change the "Type" by highlighting your contact... Options, Edit.Then you have to decipher the icon to the right of each contact.
Or you can Edit the name by doing the same and adding.."Home", "Cell", etc. Also a pain.
I ended up buying Motorola Phone Tools so I could do all the editing, downloading, and back ups on my PC. Very simple.
Whether you store the contact on the phone or memory card does not affect how it is displayed.
Let me know if this was your prob....
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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