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...
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while entering contacts from an old phone to a new phone ( both phones complete with sim cards , after the second contact I found that the contacts were transferred from old to new , so I only had to enter one contact and the lot were moved over
on that logic try moving the photos the same way using the photo icon and see if that works
or you can download the user manual for the phone and follow the instructions there
You can not transfer the photos via sim card, the photos are stored on the phones memory or a memory card if your old phone have it. These are ways to transfer photos, Via bluetooth Via USB Data transfer to PC Via Infrared Via memory card
If your not really up for the work to go through for this. You can just have T-Mobile give you a new one for your phone. The SIM card transfer you would have done would have saved only your phone book.
If you are into looking to transfer the SIM card. Call your phone maker. In most Cases its Motorola for T-Mobile.
Call them, and tell them that your trying to transfer your SIM into a newer phone. Alas, They should tell you the code to unlock your phone
It's not anywhere in the literature. Before you remove the sim from the old phone copy the address book into the old sim. Then take the old sim out of the old phone and then put it in the new phone. Copy from the old sim into the new phone. Then take out the old sim and put in the new sim and copy from the new phone into the new sim. Your all set.
You will need a sim card in the samsung before it will work, the nokia E65 doesnt need a sim for the phone to work so move your sim into the samsung & it should transfer them over for you via bluetooth.