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  1. #1
    MCleaver
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    I have just bought a K750i to replace my Nokia 6310i. But when I stick
    the SIM in - it can't finds any addresses. Is there some trick to
    converting the contacts list from Nokia to SonyE? Greetings from
    Holland

    Martin




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  2. #2
    matt weber
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    Re: Nokia to Sony-Ericsson

    On 31 Oct 2005 14:33:10 -0800, "MCleaver" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >I have just bought a K750i to replace my Nokia 6310i. But when I stick
    >the SIM in - it can't finds any addresses. Is there some trick to
    >converting the contacts list from Nokia to SonyE? Greetings from
    >Holland
    >
    >Martin

    Odds are either 1) that all of your phone list entries are in the
    phone, not the SIM. YOu can command your Nokia to copy them into the
    SIM.
    or 2). Many Sony-Ericssons don't like using the phone director in the
    SIM, and require you to copy them into the phone before you can use
    them.

    It almost certainly one of those two.



  3. #3
    MCleaver
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    Re: Nokia to Sony-Ericsson

    It was indeed 1) (that all of your phone list entries are in the phone,
    not the SIM. You can command your Nokia to copy them into the SIM.)

    However the Nokia indicated that it couldn't copy all the numbers to
    the SIM... infact 102 didn't get copied
    I now have half my numbers on the SIm and in the SonyE, but how do I
    get the other half?




  4. #4
    Jan Schledermann
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    Re: Nokia to Sony-Ericsson

    MCleaver wrote:

    > It was indeed 1) (that all of your phone list entries are in the phone,
    > not the SIM. You can command your Nokia to copy them into the SIM.)
    >
    > However the Nokia indicated that it couldn't copy all the numbers to
    > the SIM... infact 102 didn't get copied
    > I now have half my numbers on the SIm and in the SonyE, but how do I
    > get the other half?

    Why not use a PC to synchronize the data?
    Nokia -> PC -> SE 750

    As far as I recall there are limits to the length of the names in the
    phonebook on the SIM card (8 or 10 characters?). The names can be longer in
    the phone memory. Copying the phone book to the SIM will probably cause
    truncation of some of the entries.

    Best regards

    Jan

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  5. #5
    MCleaver
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    Re: Nokia to Sony-Ericsson

    I have been trying that, but for some reason Bluetooth doesn't want to
    communicate with my Nokia any more...
    can I use it very often anyways at a bit confusing.




  6. #6
    mattic
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    Re: Nokia to Sony-Ericsson

    Copy the entries from the Nokia to the SIM, do not "keep original entry"
    Put SIM in Ericsson and copy from SIM to phone, again not keeping the
    original.
    Repeat until you get them all.
    You may have to do some manual erasing of the SIM after each time you copy
    to the Ericsson, I can't remember.

    "MCleaver" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > It was indeed 1) (that all of your phone list entries are in the phone,
    > not the SIM. You can command your Nokia to copy them into the SIM.)
    >
    > However the Nokia indicated that it couldn't copy all the numbers to
    > the SIM... infact 102 didn't get copied
    > I now have half my numbers on the SIm and in the SonyE, but how do I
    > get the other half?
    >






  7. #7
    o
    Guest

    Re: Nokia to Sony-Ericsson

    hmm. yes well..

    you had better warm your thumbs up for a serious excercise session...

    you want to beam by infra red each individual contact over as a business
    card.

    this copies everything over, and not just the one phone nuer,and forgets
    your access

    o
    "MCleaver" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I have just bought a K750i to replace my Nokia 6310i. But when I stick
    > the SIM in - it can't finds any addresses. Is there some trick to
    > converting the contacts list from Nokia to SonyE? Greetings from
    > Holland
    >
    > Martin
    >






  8. #8
    Ben Davies
    Guest

    Re: Nokia to Sony-Ericsson

    I managed to convert my Nokia 6310i address book to my new SE v600i in
    minutes using sync software supplied with both phones...

    I had 150+ contacts in the old phone, all in the phone memory, most contacts
    having more than one number.

    I was about to start the laborious process as described below, then thought
    I'd give the computer a go...

    I sync'd the Nokia phone to MS Outlook 2003 (using a new contacts folder, so
    as not to confuse the phone with the probably out of date stuff on the
    computer), with Nokia's Data Suite, and an Infra Red connection to my
    laptop. I then sync'd Outlook to the new SE phone, using the SE sync
    software supplied with the phone, and again the Infra red connection.

    To my enormous surprise, all my contacts came accross perfectly, with all
    the correct multiple numbers stored correctly under their names, with the
    correct symbols (where they correspond).

    Saved myself hours. Hope this helps someone else, although probably too
    late for the original poster, sorry!

    Ben

    "o" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > hmm. yes well..
    >
    > you had better warm your thumbs up for a serious excercise session...
    >
    > you want to beam by infra red each individual contact over as a business
    > card.
    >
    > this copies everything over, and not just the one phone nuer,and forgets
    > your access
    >
    > o
    > "MCleaver" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >>I have just bought a K750i to replace my Nokia 6310i. But when I stick
    >> the SIM in - it can't finds any addresses. Is there some trick to
    >> converting the contacts list from Nokia to SonyE? Greetings from
    >> Holland
    >>
    >> Martin
    >>

    >
    >






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