I had Nokia 5610 ( S40 v5 ) mobile, and recently i got a new Android mobile ( HTC Desire S ). Now, when i put my sim card in my new phone i get all contacts which were saved in SIM memory, but there were lots of contacts in phone memory. I would like to import those also. How can i do that?
Is there any way to get the rest of your contacts onto the SIM card?– aleJun 21, 2011 at 17:17
You will need the Nokia PC Suite tool but here is the easiest and fastest way.
- Connect Nokia to PC using the PC-Suite
- go to Contacts - press CTRL+A (select all)
- go to Desktop/Subfolder - press CTRL+V (paste)
- that will create a .vcf file for each contact
- from a command prompt run the following command in the folderon your desktop where the files are saved:
copy *.vcf contacts.txt
- open http://google.com/contacts
- choose "Import" link in google contacts.
Really good answer simple and efficient import Sep 7, 2013 at 4:13
Nokia PC Suitelink is 404, does anyone know an alternative source? Nov 21, 2018 at 22:12
i think i found a mirror here download.cnet.com/Nokia-PC-Suite/3000-10440_4-10598525.html Nov 21, 2018 at 22:19
If your old Symbian Phone have Bluetooth you can go to address book application, select all contacts and send them through Bluetooth to your new phone.
This will send a vcard file for each contact to your new phone and then you can import this data to your Android Phone.
I think the option to send a given contact via Bluetooth to another phone is: Select the contact and the Details > Options > Send business card
If you save a backup of your contacts onto your Symbian phone's SD card, it appears as an NBF file. This is a zip file, which contains all your contacts in VCF format -- if you concatenate them all together, you can upload them to Google Contacts in one go.
For more details about how I discovered this, I wrote a blog post at the time.
Try using the Nokia PC suit to move all the contacts from the phone to the SIM card. This works in Samsung's Kies.