Richard B. Gilbert wrote:
> DaveC wrote:
>> Razr V3(8.5/9/18/19)
>> FCC ID: IHDT56EU1
>> Copied my contact list from Nokia phone to SIM. Inserted SIM into the
>> Razr. Can't see how to access SIM contacts.
>> How can I copy contacts to Razr's memory?
> The RAZR does not, AFAIK, use "SIM" for anything. There is a slot
> underneath the battery in which you can install a micro SD flash memory
> card. You can use this to store just about anything (pictures, music,
> recorded conversations), but the RAZR doesn't know what a "SIM" is. The
> phone's "identity" is built into the phone and is not a detachable part.
> I copied my contacts from my computer to the phone via the USB cable,
> using Motorola Phone Tools. The version of MPT that was then being
> offered for sale on Amazon DID NOT support the RAZR. I called Motorola
> Tech Support and was allowed to download a version that did have RAZR
> support. It was a bit of a pain but FAR less painful than having to
> punch them in via the phone's keypad!
A 'CDMA' RAZR does not have a SIM slot! A GSM RAZR does. Mine, a V3i has
both a SIM slot and a micro sd slot. It seems that my UK model will only
take a 1 gig card. It is more than enough for music and pictures.
All my contacts are on the SIM so I can put it in any just about any GSM
phone and call away. The SIM, by the way, has your phone number so 'any'
phone is yours!
Diving is life! The rest is just details.