Question about Samsung Cell Phones
I do not think this will work as u did not save your contacts on phone memory and they were on sim....whenever u use android phone....do register it on google.....by doing this your contacts are saved in the server......now if u loose your contacts in phone or on sim....as soon as u sign into your google account thru your phone...alll your contacts are downloaded back into your phone......same is the case with windows phone....in windows phone you sign in with microsoft live account
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
All the phone contacts were invisible after using airplane mode. I found them again by exporting all contacts from phone memory to hotmail address.
Posted on Aug 16, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its easier if you just save your contacts on your SIM card that way whenever you transfer your sim card to a different phone your contacts will be on the new phone.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
SOURCE: save all contacts to sim card
you can save all your contacts to you sim if your sim memory is not full. Follow these steps:
unlock keypad, select "contacts" option from menu then select "copy" option in "contacts". Selecting "copy" will left you with two options : 1. From sim card to phone.
2. From phone to sim card.
Then select "From phone to sim card". It will ask "One by one" or all.
You can select any option and contacts will be copied to your sim card. If its ask for "delete original" or "keep original" , its your choice to keep copy of contacts in sim card or not.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Solved my own problem. It was dead easy - so long as you own a Mac (sorry PC users). Just used a free application called iSync, that comes with all macs (its in the apps folder). Synched all my contacts with the D600 easily.
Then downloaded a free script to sync my new Nokia 6301 with iSync as well. Bingo - all contacts copied. Plus - I can now regularly sync my phone with my address book, which is kept on my mac.
6301 script from here: http://www.james-lloyd.com/scripts/nokia-series-40-isync-plugin/
Posted on Mar 25, 2008
There is a defect in the creation of this phone. You cannot pull anything off of the phone. It's all internal memory and there is no way to transfer anything to a memory card or sim card.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
Well it is a bit techie situation. First try to enter Recovery Mode. There are a few ways to enter in Recovery Mode -> video link.Once in a recovery you can easily choose Factory Reset. On upper link you can find three ways to do it, and one way of doing it goes like this, it usually works:
1. Power Off your phone2. Press and hold Volume Up button + Power button + Home Menu button (just hold all three buttons at same time until logo appears)3. Select Wipe all data / Factory Reset (you select it with Volume Up and Volume Down buttons and execute it with Power button or in some cases with Home Menu button).
If you watch videos you will find same thing.
Posted on Aug 15, 2011
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