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Old 11-28-2010, 11:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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how do i move all contacts from phone to sim.

also is there a way to delete all contacts from sim and NOT the phone.
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Old 11-28-2010, 11:45 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: How to move multiple contacts from Blackbery 9300 Curve to Sim??

You have to move them (or delete them) one by one. There's no way currently to do them all at once.
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Default Re: How to move multiple contacts from Blackbery 9300 Curve to Sim??

OMG...
right well i deleted all the contacts on the sim...
but how to i COPY (not move) the phone contacts to sim... i cant seem to find any options to that...
there is no MOVE or COPY option anywhere.
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Default Re: How to move multiple contacts from Blackbery 9300 Curve to Sim??

OMG, really? Must not have looked very hard. ;)

Contacts/Address Book > menu button > SIM Phone Book > highlight a name/number > menu button > then select "Copy All To Contacts" or "Add to Contacts".

Note that if you ALREADY DELETED THEM from the SIM, then they are gone.
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Default Re: How to move multiple contacts from Blackbery 9300 Curve to Sim??

To move contacts from Phone to Sim
go into the contact, highlight the number, menu - copy to sim

do this for every number, in every contact.
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Default Re: How to move multiple contacts from Blackbery 9300 Curve to Sim??

Thanks, MidnightDraven. I was reading the OP and misread the last post.

Yep, you have to highlight the individual phone number in the contact in order to copy it to the SIM card because the SIM card only supports the name and phone number.
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