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Thread: Can the Verizon store move all my contacts from my enV3 to my Droid?

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    Can the Verizon store move all my contacts from my enV3 to my Droid?

    Is this possible? Or am I going to have to manually re-enter them all when I get my Droid in the mail?
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    Pretty sure they can
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    In my own personal experience, although from the BB Storm, i would say 99% of the contacts were able to be moved successfully at the Verizon Store but the others I had to manually reenter.
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    Yes....takes a few minutes but they can have it done.
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    When I got mine, they didn't have the right plug for the Droid so I had to do it all manually. Good thing I don't have too many friends, haha
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    With Blue tooth it's very easy and fast to copy contacts from one phone to another by yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matth3w View Post
    Is this possible? Or am I going to have to manually re-enter them all when I get my Droid in the mail?
    Yes, they probably can. But I would advise you to tune up your google contacts with all the ones you want NOW. Set up filters etc and groups. That way it can be maintained easily and updated on your comp. rather than poking it into the phone one letter at a time.
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    I just exported my Backed up Contact List on Verizon as a csv file (comma seperated values file).

    Then Imported it into my Gmail account's Contact Manager.

    The phone then syncs with it.

    I did the same with my outlook contacts. (Thought I used a third party sync program to keep the 2 contact lists the same. You can just do it through csv though).

    The phone automatically sync with your Gmail contact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesX View Post
    I just exported my Backed up Contact List on Verizon as a csv file (comma seperated values file).

    Then Imported it into my Gmail account's Contact Manager.

    The phone then syncs with it.

    I did the same with my outlook contacts. (Thought I used a third party sync program to keep the 2 contact lists the same. You can just do it through csv though).

    The phone automatically sync with your Gmail contact.
    or you can download "bluetooth file transfer" from the market and pair the two devices via bluetooth and send name card via blueooth from pervious phone to droid
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