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Old 05-09-2008, 09:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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im transferring my numbers from my old razr v3c by hand and it takes forever since i am very picky. when i put the number in then add to addressbook, i dont want their number automatically going into the work slot so i gotta copy and paste to the cell phone area. Is there any faster way of adding my old numbers into my phone? or a way to change where my numbers go when entered?

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Put em in outlook then sync outlook

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Better yet transfer the numbers from your RAZR to your SIM card then put SIM card into BB. Open Address Book in BB, hit Menu (button with dots) and hit SIM Phone Book. Hit menu again and Copy all to Address Book
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Better yet transfer the numbers from your RAZR to your SIM card then put SIM card into BB. Open Address Book in BB, hit Menu (button with dots) and hit SIM Phone Book. Hit menu again and Copy all to Address Book
i wish, but i have an alltel phone which is cdma and that means no sim card for either phone

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Sync from Outlook or another database such as an excel or an ASCII file.

You're right, you can't move on a SIM with Alltel.... he's an ATT guy.
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