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  1. #1
    Dave T.
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    Razr V3. . .Is there a way to batch transfer all contacts to the sim
    card? TIA

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    Dave T.


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    Emporer of Japan



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  2. #2
    R. Mark Clayton
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    Re: Transfer all contacts to sim card


    "Dave T." <davey@MyPlace.net> wrote in message
    news:ArDDk.1816$be.908@nlpi061.nbdc.sbc.com...
    > Razr V3. . .Is there a way to batch transfer all contacts to the sim card?
    > TIA


    Usually is on a Mot, although your SP may have slugged the menu's so that
    everything has to go through their paid service.

    >
    > --
    > Dave T.
    >
    >
    > You can't imagine the extra work I had when I was a god. - Hirohito,
    > Emporer of Japan






  3. #3
    Richard B. Gilbert
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    Re: Transfer all contacts to sim card

    Dave T. wrote:
    > Razr V3. . .Is there a way to batch transfer all contacts to the sim
    > card? TIA
    >


    Which variant of the RAZR are you talking about? Mine (V3m) does not
    have or SUPPORT a "sim card". It does support a "Micro SD" memory card
    which is not quite the same thing as a SIM card.

    What do you want to transfer contacts FROM????

    Please see "How To Ask Questions The Smart Way"
    http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html



  4. #4
    Andreas Wenzel
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    Re: Transfer all contacts to sim card

    Richard B. Gilbert schrieb:
    > Dave T. wrote:
    >> Razr V3. . .Is there a way to batch transfer all contacts to the sim
    >> card? TIA
    >>

    >
    > Which variant of the RAZR are you talking about? Mine (V3m) does not
    > have or SUPPORT a "sim card". [...]


    He is obivously not talking about a V3m, but about a V3 (with no letter
    appended). The V3 is the original RAZR which is a GSM phone and as such
    certainly does support a SIM card.

    Andreas



  5. #5
    Richard B. Gilbert
    Guest

    Re: Transfer all contacts to sim card

    Andreas Wenzel wrote:
    > Richard B. Gilbert schrieb:
    >> Dave T. wrote:
    >>> Razr V3. . .Is there a way to batch transfer all contacts to the sim
    >>> card? TIA
    >>>

    >>
    >> Which variant of the RAZR are you talking about? Mine (V3m) does not
    >> have or SUPPORT a "sim card". [...]

    >
    > He is obivously not talking about a V3m, but about a V3 (with no letter
    > appended). The V3 is the original RAZR which is a GSM phone and as such
    > certainly does support a SIM card.
    >
    > Andreas


    Obvious to YOU perhaps!!!



  6. #6
    DevilsPGD
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    Re: Transfer all contacts to sim card

    In message <Se-dneJL94v7E0LVnZ2dnUVZ_rPinZ2d@comcast.com> "Richard B.
    Gilbert" <rgilbert88@comcast.net> was claimed to have wrote:

    >Andreas Wenzel wrote:
    >> Richard B. Gilbert schrieb:
    >>> Dave T. wrote:
    >>>> Razr V3. . .Is there a way to batch transfer all contacts to the sim
    >>>> card? TIA
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>> Which variant of the RAZR are you talking about? Mine (V3m) does not
    >>> have or SUPPORT a "sim card". [...]

    >>
    >> He is obivously not talking about a V3m, but about a V3 (with no letter
    >> appended). The V3 is the original RAZR which is a GSM phone and as such
    >> certainly does support a SIM card.
    >>
    >> Andreas

    >
    >Obvious to YOU perhaps!!!


    Well, given that he supplied a model number which does have a SIM card,
    it seems more logical then your different model number which also
    doesn't have the hardware to support the feature he is looking for.



  7. #7
    R. Mark Clayton
    Guest

    Re: Transfer all contacts to sim card


    "DevilsPGD" <spam_narf_spam@crazyhat.net> wrote in message
    news:08ivd4976jlt9m222bjqq999100d7895ab@4ax.com...
    > In message <Se-dneJL94v7E0LVnZ2dnUVZ_rPinZ2d@comcast.com> "Richard B.
    > Gilbert" <rgilbert88@comcast.net> was claimed to have wrote:
    >
    >>Andreas Wenzel wrote:
    >>> Richard B. Gilbert schrieb:
    >>>> Dave T. wrote:
    >>>>> Razr V3. . .Is there a way to batch transfer all contacts to the sim
    >>>>> card? TIA
    >>>>>
    >>>>
    >>>> Which variant of the RAZR are you talking about? Mine (V3m) does not
    >>>> have or SUPPORT a "sim card". [...]
    >>>
    >>> He is obivously not talking about a V3m, but about a V3 (with no letter
    >>> appended). The V3 is the original RAZR which is a GSM phone and as such
    >>> certainly does support a SIM card.
    >>>
    >>> Andreas

    >>
    >>Obvious to YOU perhaps!!!

    >
    > Well, given that he supplied a model number which does have a SIM card,
    > it seems more logical then your different model number which also
    > doesn't have the hardware to support the feature he is looking for.


    There may be Razr V3xx which don't have SIM's, but over this side of the
    pond they all do including the original V3.





  8. #8
    Richard B. Gilbert
    Guest

    Re: Transfer all contacts to sim card

    DevilsPGD wrote:
    > In message <Se-dneJL94v7E0LVnZ2dnUVZ_rPinZ2d@comcast.com> "Richard B.
    > Gilbert" <rgilbert88@comcast.net> was claimed to have wrote:
    >
    >> Andreas Wenzel wrote:
    >>> Richard B. Gilbert schrieb:
    >>>> Dave T. wrote:
    >>>>> Razr V3. . .Is there a way to batch transfer all contacts to the sim
    >>>>> card? TIA
    >>>>>
    >>>> Which variant of the RAZR are you talking about? Mine (V3m) does not
    >>>> have or SUPPORT a "sim card". [...]
    >>> He is obivously not talking about a V3m, but about a V3 (with no letter
    >>> appended). The V3 is the original RAZR which is a GSM phone and as such
    >>> certainly does support a SIM card.
    >>>
    >>> Andreas

    >> Obvious to YOU perhaps!!!

    >
    > Well, given that he supplied a model number which does have a SIM card,
    > it seems more logical then your different model number which also
    > doesn't have the hardware to support the feature he is looking for.


    I was under the, mistaken, impression that RAZR V3 was "generic" rather
    than specific and referred to several models of RAZR. Sorry about that!



  9. #9
    DevilsPGD
    Guest

    Re: Transfer all contacts to sim card

    In message <ntSdndT8A7KtT0LVnZ2dnUVZ_vGdnZ2d@comcast.com> "Richard B.
    Gilbert" <rgilbert88@comcast.net> was claimed to have wrote:

    >DevilsPGD wrote:
    >> In message <Se-dneJL94v7E0LVnZ2dnUVZ_rPinZ2d@comcast.com> "Richard B.
    >> Gilbert" <rgilbert88@comcast.net> was claimed to have wrote:
    >>
    >>> Andreas Wenzel wrote:
    >>>> Richard B. Gilbert schrieb:
    >>>>> Dave T. wrote:
    >>>>>> Razr V3. . .Is there a way to batch transfer all contacts to the sim
    >>>>>> card? TIA
    >>>>>>
    >>>>> Which variant of the RAZR are you talking about? Mine (V3m) does not
    >>>>> have or SUPPORT a "sim card". [...]
    >>>> He is obivously not talking about a V3m, but about a V3 (with no letter
    >>>> appended). The V3 is the original RAZR which is a GSM phone and as such
    >>>> certainly does support a SIM card.
    >>>>
    >>>> Andreas
    >>> Obvious to YOU perhaps!!!

    >>
    >> Well, given that he supplied a model number which does have a SIM card,
    >> it seems more logical then your different model number which also
    >> doesn't have the hardware to support the feature he is looking for.

    >
    >I was under the, mistaken, impression that RAZR V3 was "generic" rather
    >than specific and referred to several models of RAZR. Sorry about that!


    In classic "confuse the customer", the first RAZR just used "V3" as the
    version.



  10. #10
    R. Mark Clayton
    Guest

    Re: Transfer all contacts to sim card


    "DevilsPGD" <spam_narf_spam@crazyhat.net> wrote in message
    news:g9b0e41jsf9vtihjg8ua43nlpd1meslme6@4ax.com...
    > In message <ntSdndT8A7KtT0LVnZ2dnUVZ_vGdnZ2d@comcast.com> "Richard B.
    > Gilbert" <rgilbert88@comcast.net> was claimed to have wrote:
    >
    >>DevilsPGD wrote:
    >>> In message <Se-dneJL94v7E0LVnZ2dnUVZ_rPinZ2d@comcast.com> "Richard B.
    >>> Gilbert" <rgilbert88@comcast.net> was claimed to have wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> Andreas Wenzel wrote:
    >>>>> Richard B. Gilbert schrieb:
    >>>>>> Dave T. wrote:
    >>>>>>> Razr V3. . .Is there a way to batch transfer all contacts to the sim
    >>>>>>> card? TIA
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>> Which variant of the RAZR are you talking about? Mine (V3m) does not
    >>>>>> have or SUPPORT a "sim card". [...]
    >>>>> He is obivously not talking about a V3m, but about a V3 (with no
    >>>>> letter
    >>>>> appended). The V3 is the original RAZR which is a GSM phone and as
    >>>>> such
    >>>>> certainly does support a SIM card.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Andreas
    >>>> Obvious to YOU perhaps!!!
    >>>
    >>> Well, given that he supplied a model number which does have a SIM card,
    >>> it seems more logical then your different model number which also
    >>> doesn't have the hardware to support the feature he is looking for.

    >>
    >>I was under the, mistaken, impression that RAZR V3 was "generic" rather
    >>than specific and referred to several models of RAZR. Sorry about that!

    >
    > In classic "confuse the customer", the first RAZR just used "V3" as the
    > version.


    and had a SIM card (well in Europe anyway).





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