Different Ways of transferring n8 Contacts to iphone

22 Feb

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According to a survey conducted on the internet, the first thing that a person would do upon getting a new phone is to retrieve contact information from the old one. There are many ways on how to do this with both efficiency and convenience.

Transferring through back up process

This procedure is relatively easy, but some users are not comfortable in going about with this. This is because they may not be fully aware of how the backup process works, and they are in the dark when it comes to using the memory card to store the contact info. Because of some processes that few users are unaware of, they felt that they won’t undergo the procedure but chooses a different route instead.

Transferring using backup contact info on the memory card is actually surprisingly easy. You just go to settings and the contact section. This can be similarly done when transferring n8 contacts to iphone. The only difference is that it doesn’t use the memory card for backup, but it uses a computer connection for transferring the contacts via iTunes.

For the memory card part, you can just simply back up the contact information on the memory card. Afterwards, you will eject the memory card from the old phone, and then insert the same memory card to the new phone. On the new phone, you will then go to the file manager, or the contact info section, to extract the contact information from the inserted memory card.

Transferring via the internet

Similar to the backup process, you will connect the phone to the internet using either the wireless connection or a data cable. From that point, you will go to the settings and look for options to extract contact information from the memory card. It is usually found on the Options section.

Look here for more details http://www.wondershare.com/mobile-phone/transfer-n8-contacts-to-iphone.html

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