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    I need to transfer my contacts from my 650 to a regular cell phone. Is there a way I can save them on a SD card/SD mini card and transfer them to my other phone. My other phone accepts SD mini cards. Thanks for the help.
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    Does your other phone have bluetooth? If it does, then you should be able to send the contacts using bluetooth.
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    ...or infared? What service are you using? You could just save them to your SIM if you're on GSM.
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    Both phones have bluetooth.

    I am using Verizon.

    Bluetooth sounds the most promising. How would I do that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willieygtvuy View Post
    Both phones have bluetooth.

    I am using Verizon.

    Bluetooth sounds the most promising. How would I do that?
    Launch the Contacts app, set the category (try "All" first), press the menu button, choose "Send Category" from the Record menu, pick Bluetooth and go.

    This assumes that you've paired the other phone with the Treo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble View Post
    Launch the Contacts app, set the category (try "All" first), press the menu button, choose "Send Category" from the Record menu, pick Bluetooth and go.

    This assumes that you've paired the other phone with the Treo.
    It seemed pretty straight forward until you said something about them being paired up. What is that? Do I need to pair them?
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    Turn Bluetooth on your other phone on and visible (if that is an option).

    Then go to System>Prefs>Bluetooth on the Treo 650, make sure Bluetooth is on, select visibility on and then select setup devices, trusted devices, add device . . . the 650 should start looking for nearby devices . . . . hopefully your other phone shows up on the screen -- then hopefully the screen comments can help you take it from there. . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry Holden View Post
    Turn Bluetooth on your other phone on and visible (if that is an option).

    Then go to System>Prefs>Bluetooth on the Treo 650, make sure Bluetooth is on, select visibility on and then select setup devices, trusted devices, add device . . . the 650 should start looking for nearby devices . . . . hopefully your other phone shows up on the screen -- then hopefully the screen comments can help you take it from there. . . .
    Both phones found each other, but I get a message that the pairing is unsuccessful. Any ideas of why this is happening?
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    Hey Willieygtvuy!

    You are about 85% of the way there. . . . . not knowing what your new "regular" BT cellphone is . . . I would stop in to your carrier's store and say: "Can you help me? I want my contacts from here in there."

    Sometimes a password is necessary for BT pairing (that may be in the reference manuals) or we are just missing some final step.

    As well, the store may have a different way to get the contacts from x to y. I know some carriers have transfer devices -- they download from one phone and upload it to your new phone. . . .

    If your phones are both SIM phones -- you can copy your contacts to the SIM and just pop it into the next phone. . . .

    Cheers, Perry.
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    He's on Verizon...
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    Duh, right there in one of his posts . . . . . . . . . well, skip the SIM comment . . . .

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