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Old 12-03-2006, 09:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Have the old SIM from my Razr in Pearl. Cannot see my old numbers. Any assistance on how to find, rather than have to copy from old phone, "pen and paper" and then re-enter? Thanks
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Old 12-03-2006, 10:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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When you are in the address book, bring up the menu and scroll down to "SIM phone book", then bring up the menu again and choose "Copy all to address book".

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Originally Posted by Megkins
When you are in the address book, bring up the menu and scroll down to "SIM phone book"
When I do this I don't see any address book entries. It's as if the SIM Phone book is of a foreign format.

I know it's a round about but, here's what I did:

I put the SIM back in the RAZR and used Motorola Phone Tools (USB cable) to sync the phone book to my email address book.
Put the SIM back in the 8100 and did a full sync with Desktop Manager.

Presto, all phone numbers imported.
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What has happened is that you did not "export" all of your contacts on to your SIM from your Razr meaning that you had them stored on the Razr's memory, not the SIM card memory; once you do that you can then "load" them onto your BB follow Megkins instructions.
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