I am trying to transfer over the photos that I have in my old phone to the new one and can't figure out how to do it. I have to return the old phone and I don't want to lose the photos that I have in it. Help!
I agree with solution #1 thats the only way I know of too. but I have heard of cellphone repair places that will do it for you. I've also heard of pharmacies developing your photos for you (I'm fairly sure u have to have a smart chip in you old phone to do that. If you did have a smart chip than you wouldn't have that problem.) Try typing phone doctor in google I've used that site before. I'm not sure of any of that...
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. goodluck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Many Mobile Telephones give an option to record personal numbers etc. into the phone memory or onto the SIM card. The SIM card often has more memory and this should be the chosen option. If you remove your SIM you should be able to access the telephone memory and see what is in it. Delete all the personal information, there should not be much on it. If you find that all your personal data is saved to the telephone, you should be able to save the information to the SIM, then remove the SIM and delete the data on the phone. If you are keeping the same number and same SIM, then your personal data will be available on your new phone. If you are changing your service provider and getting a new phone, by putting your old SIM into the new phone you can transfer the SIM data to the new phone and then onto the new SIM. After you should destroy the old SIM by cutting it up through the Electronic Chip. If you have to send it back send it in pieces.
The more modern android type phone will have an option to connect with a PC to recover your data. Alternatively, you might be able to email the data to yourself. After which you will need to either delete all personal stuff if you don't have a memory card in the phone. If you have a memory card just remove it and install it into your new phone, all your data should be there.
Try connecting to your pc and using the blackberry software to back your phone up then reboot to factory settings. Reboot may erase all of your contacts so make sure you have them all saved to your sim card you will lose your pictures unless you upload them to your pc. If that doesn't work I would take to a ATT store and they can do it for you. They will not save your contacts to your sim. Corporate stores will transfer your phone contacts and whatever else they can save to your sim or a new one. Authorized dealers lack the equipment to switch all of you info to a backup sim.
You can transfer your contacts to sim card by going to contact menu then mark it ALL,then put your simcard to another phone like nokia and then upon opening your phone it will automatically ask to save sim contacts to phone then press yes.
You can also transfer the content of your memory card from LG to Nokia by using your computer,just use multi-media card reader and copy everything on your LG memory card then paste it on you computer.Insert your Nokia memory card and then copy all important data from LG files to you current memory card.
Note : if you intend to copy application and games, might not working because the file format of LG is different from Nokia so expect some errors,sort of photo's and video is compatible.
Hope this solution helps.Thank you for visiting Fixya.
Here is where you can get an incredibly cheap Sim card reader, to read the numbers on the old card and use your computer to transfer them to the new Sim card: http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.6641
The only way to clear up phone memory is to connect it to your computer using USB cable that came with your phone. Back up all photos there and save it to your computer. After saving all your photos to your computer, you can simply delete all your photos from your phone memory. Next thing that you need to do is go to phone settings and make sure all captured photos/videos will be saved to your memory card and not on phone memory.
The blinking envelope icon appears to be a reminder that you have your old SMSs still stored on your SIM card, and N96 needs them to be transferred to the phone memory -ether internal, mass storage or memory card- to properly display and manage them. So what you need to do is go to your menu, open Messaging, hit Options, select 'Sim Messages' and then transfer your SMSs to the N96 memory. Then do the same again & delete the SIM messages that will cure the flashing icon.
Yes I believe so. Most phones these days store all the numbers in the phone and you must manually transfer them to the sim card. Then by putting the sim card in your new phone you will have your numbers. You can generally then transfer the numbers to your new phone, as it is handy to have them in more places than less. This way you have the freedom to change sim cards but always have access to those numbers for example.