Question about Samsung SGH M110 Cell Phone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Slow way...
1) Go to Contact List (my shortcut is the down arrow)
2) Select a contact and press OK
3) Press down arrow once to highlight phone number
4) Press left "..." button for Options
5) Press 3 for Copy
6) Press 2 for SIM
7) Press left "..." button to Save
I hope this helps...
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
1 take you to the main menu.
8 gets you to your contacts.
Very top left button with three dots gets you to options.
Then you have to hit the down button 12 times, to get to 'Copy to sim'.
Then hit 2, to select multiple.
Then hit the middle button to select all.
Then hit the very top left button again to copy.
And it will ask you to continue, and hit the very top left button one more time.
Then wait until it has copied them all.
But since you have no screen, you probably won't know when that is, unless it makes the noise it makes when it is done with something. Or just wait a few minutes until you think it is done copying.
Hope this helped.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Try samsung PC Studio software free on their website.
It works with my sgh-a707 and might work for yours. They might have different software for yours so check that site out. all work is done by computer.
Posted on May 20, 2009
This would be hard as you cannot see anything on the unit but you should be able to hook it up via usb and grab the files you want off it but contacts should be on the sim. www.pdarepair.com can fix that screen for you so you do not have to go through all this. thanks for using fixya.com
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
1. Install Samsumg PCStudio on your PC.
2. Connect your Samsung phone through the USB cable.
3. Backup the data on the phone to your PC.
Alternatively, if you have Outlook on your PC, you can synchronize it with your phone.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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