1. AC Question's Avatar
    Hello all, today my trusty Galaxy S3 got run over when it fell out of my pocket crossing a road. Somewhat miraculously it is still vaguely operational. However, the menu and back buttons don't work anymore, it also doesn't charge and won't connect to Samsung Kies so I think the USB socket is a bit broken. I need to save my contacts onto my sd card to transfer to my new phone tomorrow. Can anyone suggest a way of doing this? Is there a file in my files or similar which contains my contacts details so I can save to the SD card? I'm not really up on cloud based back ups but if someone can suggest a way of doing it that way I would be very grateful!

    Thanks, Pete
    09-10-2014 01:24 PM
  2. belodion's Avatar
    One possibility is to use Bluetooth, if you can get that working on the S3, and if the new phone has Bluetooth.

    Also, if your contacts were saved to a Google account, they would be downloaded to your new phone once you signed in to that account on your new phone, but I guess you're saying you haven't done that?

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    09-10-2014 02:44 PM

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