Any way to copy contacts from my iphone to the SIM card ?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by bo-waleed, Feb 28, 2012.

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    M. Malone

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    No.

    Apple doesn't expect you to ever move to any other phone.
     
  3. thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Then is there a way to get the contacts in another phone like android ?
     
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    e²Studios

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    Sync your contacts in iTunes using google contacts, that's how I moved from a iPhone 4 to Android about 1.5 years ago and how I will move back to a iPhone 4 in a few days.

    I have all my contacts centralized with Google, since both Android and the iPhone have access to it I can share it across my Xoom tablet and soon to be iPhone 4 once I get it.
     
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    AppleBlogAt

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    There is a way

    SIManager - This app lets you import, edit, and write new SIM contacts.
    You can find this app on Cydia repo: "http://repo.insanelyi.com/"
     
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    AppleBlogAt

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    2nd solution!

    :) Use My Contacts Backup from App Store to export your contacts to your e-mail as CSV(Excel) and then import them to your gmail account synced with your android phone. No hacking involved!
     
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    B777Forevar

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    This, and it works pretty good
     
  9. macrumors newbie

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    Use iTunes and Gmail or Yahoo to sync iPhone contacts as previously suggested or use one of the many apps available on the AppStore such as Synkontact for contact import/export between Android and iPhone.
     

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