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Answered 2010-06-04 01:44:44

it can or can not be it depends on your phone

IT depends if you saved it to the sim card or the phone because you can do both

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It Is Not Possible directly. But If You Have Little Amount Of Contacts Then You Can Take The Help Of The SIM Card. Move The Contacts From Nokia's Phone memory To The SIM Memory..Then Insert The SIM To The Samsung Mobile Phone Then Move The Contacts To Samsung's Phone memory. OR You Can Do It The Hard Way By Manual Typing..

You have 2 take out the memory card out of the old phone nokia 2 transfer 2 the new one!-ur welcum!! :-)

I wouldn't recommend it ! You could either short-out the contacts on the SIM card or (more expensive) cause a short circuit in the phone itself.

If you take the sim card out of your iphone then you wont have service peroid. Doesnt matter if the sim card is out and you have no service on your phone, your still paying no matter what.

You go to your settings category and look for memory. Go in and go to phone's memory. Then go to your contacts in the memory area and click options. You will see move and copy. Click copy and it will be on your memory card. Take the card out and slid it into your new phone.

No it will not reset the phone. However, should you take the SIM card with it still in the phone you will not be able to access any of your photos, music or apps that are saved to the SIM card. Taking a SIM card out while a phone is on is not known to do heavy damage to your phone, but excessive removal might make your SIM card unreadable after time.

You need to install the Mobile Backup and Restore app in your SD card which will backup and restore your contacts' messages and apps from the Android phone.

Take the sim card out and clean the contacts.

take out the battery and the sim card. put it back in. if it still is like what it was before, then go to a phone store and ask someone.

The GPS tracker is in the phone, not the card. But when you use that sim card in another phone the identity of the sim card will give away the location of the new phone - which then can be tracked by its GPS.

1. Take the back door off of the phone 2. Remove the battery 3. Take out the sim card

You have to go to ur cell phone store and ask them to do it for you. If you fried your SIM card, like I did a few days ago, then you have to go to your cell phone store and get a new SIM card. Don't worry, not everything on your cell phone is saved on your SIM card. Your contact list is saved on your cell phone. So you don't have to ask everyone in your contact list for their numbers again. That would take a while if you don't every number memorized.

take it out of the phone

Yes - as long as the phone you buy on eBay is not blocked it will work straight away. if it is blocked you should take it to a shop to get it unblocked

If you take your phone into the store, they can transfer all contacts over. They have a system that connects the two phones for contact transfer.

You simply take a MicroSD card and place it in the slot. That way, if the card is compatible with the phone in question, the phone should recognize it and you can then load data from it onto your phone, or save data onto the card from your phone.

Yes. Your SIM card holds some text messages and contacts. But, tacking it out wouldn't change anything because as soon as you return it to it's proper place the data would load.

get a micro sd card and a micro sd card to sd card adapter. before you take a picture click sd card then take ur picture, take out adapter, take out micro sd card, stick it in ur fone. if you do not have a slot for a micro sd card, YOU FAIL AND YOU CAN NEVER "SEND PICTURES FROM THE NINTENDO DSi TO A CELL PHONE"!!!!!!!!!!!! (unless you get a different phone of course)

You can take your card into your carrier's store, and you can pay for them to do it, unless it's in an unrecoverable state, like if you burned it or cut it up or something. There are programs you can find online for certain phones that can back up your contacts if you can attach your phone to your computer as a USB device; I wouldn't count on that as an option though because the selection of phones that that will work with is extremely limited.

If your phone is a GSM phone, then it would not take messages without a SIM card on the phone. It would not even work without it.

If the phone is unlocked you can use a sim card from any service provider, as long as the phone is built to take sim cards.