1. lesliejack's Avatar
    I am about to swap the SIM card in my Galaxy Mega in order to change my mobile SP but I don't want to lose my Contacts and any other details. How can I do this?
    08-20-2015 06:21 AM
  2. dirk de boer's Avatar
    By backing up and restoring you can use https://forums.androidcentral.com/e?...token=u5aHipUc

    Verstuurd vanaf mijn KK STOCK V3 met Tapatalk
    08-20-2015 06:36 AM
  3. Crashdamage's Avatar
    Export your contacts as a .cvs or .vcf file. Then import that into your Google (Gmail) contacts online. When you register your Google account on the new phone the contacts will automatically sync (download) to the new phone. Contacts really should be saved to your Google account for automatic backup and easy restoration or transfer to a new device. It's foolproof and super simple.

    The option to save contacts to SIM cards is disappearing and no doubt will be gone completely in a year or two. Several manufacturers have already gotten together to eliminate the SIM card altogether. Unlike other contacts options, SIM contacts can have names and numbers only - no email addresses, physical addresses, photos, birthdays, notes - none of the extra information most people like to be able to add. In short, SIM contacts is old, outdated technology that should not be considered a viable option.
    08-20-2015 06:52 AM

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