I'm trying to import my contacts from an old Nokia C1-01 to my new Android Motorola G6 Play. How can I do this?

So far I've tried a Bluetooth connection (connected but couldn't transfer the contacts).

And I've saved my contacts to the Nokia SIM card, but it is the micro-SIM format and I don't think it will fit in the Motorola G6 Play. Should I cut it to size with a sim card cutter?

I can access the contacts in the phone using the Nokia PC Suite and make a backup of my phone. I can also export the contacts into a CSV. It is combining the first and last name into the "Last Name" field, so I can manually fix this in a spreadsheet and then probably import it into the new phone using Gmail. I'm following the advice from this question.

  • Try this, export contacts to .vcf file, then send this via Bluetooth to Moto g6, then import contacts from file.
    – Rahul Gopi
    Commented Jul 16, 2019 at 2:30
  • I don't think that is possible. I can export the contacts to the SIM card. But that and Bluetooth are the only options I see. Commented Jul 16, 2019 at 4:11

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As long as you don't have to cut anything but the plastic around the actual chip, it won't hurt anything to give it a try.

The last time I had a really old phone, I just went over to the nearest cell phone providers store and they transferred over the contacts for me.

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