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Old 12-22-2005, 07:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am not sure where I would post this but... I have a nextell i355 with a load of company 2 ways on it - how would I transfer all of those over to my BB 7520? outside of manually entering all of that info in there...

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Old 12-22-2005, 08:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I believe that you can save your info online (if you've signed up) @ nextel.com & then send the info back to your phone. Can you put the I355 sim card into the BB & then save it to the BB contact list?
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Old 12-22-2005, 09:31 AM   #3 (permalink)
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The I355 is the falcon sim card and the 7520 would not read the falcon because they use the condor. I have a I860 sim in mine and what I did was go into my nextel do the address and make it an excel file then I ported the excel file into my outlook which then would sink up with my 7520. I did have to make a few arrangments on the excel for it to work. It is possible and it does save a whole lot of time from typing them in yourself. Just an idea for you! Hope it helps!!!
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Old 12-22-2005, 02:01 PM   #4 (permalink)
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what method [program] did you use to export that data from the nextel? all out our direct connects are on the i355... is there a quit and dirty way to do that?
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Have you tried using the yellow SIM card copier Nextel sells? If it works you can copy the contacts from the Falcon to the Condor SIM and then upload the contacts into the BB from the SIM. This won't work with the Falcon card.
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only way to do it is my address book copy it to a blackberry file then export then import to outlook and sync outlook with the bb sorry but thats the only other way besides entering all your contacts
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only way to do it is my address book copy it to a blackberry file then export then import to outlook and sync outlook with the bb sorry but thats the only other way besides entering all your contacts
Incorrect...

If the device has the latest software you can read the contacts directly from the device.

When you get the phone have them swap the contacts to the 32k (grey) sim, and then insert the sim into your BB, go to address book, click trackwheel, and go to sim phone book. There you will see all your contacts, after that just click the trackwheel and save.

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