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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by mamacita4two, May 1, 2010.
Would bluetooth work? I couldn't figure it out.they were both syncd but not conntected...
If you got your phone at a store in person they should have transferred your contacts for you for free? Did you get it online? I'm sure you could just go to the store and ask them to do it
Install backup assistant on the lg phone backup, then you can export your contacts and import them to google contacts.
Or you could go to verizon and get them to do it for you.
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only other alternative I could think of would be bitpim, but that would be WAY too much trouble and not as good as the above suggestions........so..... this was a useless post, i guess
Go to a store, that's what I did. The Backup assistant thing only works if your old phone is still active.
Can you axpand on this? My friend lost her old phone, and had her contacts backed up with vzws backup assistant, now she needs to get them to her Droid.
Unfortunately, the Droid doesn't have access to Backup Assistant; there's no app for it (even via Verizon).
When I got my Droid at BB last November, they said the transfer software wasn't ready yet (the next day probably). I went to a Verizon store the next day and they transferred mine from my Voyager.
From the website, backup assistant can output to a file which can then be loaded on GMAIL. I believe.
How-to: Load Contacts from Verizon Backup Assistant to Droid Incredible
Step by step instructions for doing it with backup assistant.
Should be the same as for Droid.
Yup, just send the file from Backup Assistant to your Gmail contacts just like those instructions says. You may have to edit them a bit, but still saves a lot of time than manually putting them in. This is how I did my contacts since I ordered my phone online.
Thanks for that hook, I almost forgot how to do it since it was from a while ago lol (when I first got my droid from my lg dare lol)!
Bitpim worked great for my fiancee's migration frome the Voyager to the Droid. I don't see why it would be "too much trouble" or "not as good". It got the job done with little hassle.