Saturday, May 11, 2013

How do you transfer contacts from a Blackberry Bold to a Samsung Galaxy S?

Q. I'd want to transfer phone contacts without using the sim card, bluetooth or manually copying. Is there any way to do this using software or sync? Step-by-step procedures would be appreciated. Thanks!

A. There is really no other way besides manually entering your contacts into the new phone or going to a mobile store and having them use their machine.
You can always go to Best Buy and have them use their genie(the transfer device) to put your contacts on the Galaxy S. I work with Best Buy Mobile and know if you come to us while we aren't busy we will more than likely be glad to help you out! =]

Hope this helps!

How long does the internet on the Blackberry Bold 9650 take to activate?
Q. I switched to sprint today and got the blackberry bold 9650. The texting and calling works fine but the internet and BBM don't work. do they take longer to activate?

A. They are suppose to work at the time of activation. Sounds like they put the plan on there properly.

You may just have to pull the battery out and restart it until it says 1xEV in the corner, all caps.

After a few times of reconnecting it should kick in.

Why is an iPhone more expensive than even a Blackberry Bold despite the latter being more business-oriented?
Q. Also, which is realistically more practical, a Blackberry Smartphone or a Nokia Smartphone? Some of the advantages of the latter appear to be some providers offer unlimited push email for a quarter of the price of the former and cheaper 3G units. What is Blackberry's advantage?
For personal use?

A. It is obvious that thee BlackBerry Bold 9700 or 9650 are the more realistically practical choices for the enterprise due to BES. Yes, it is more expensive. If you'd like a cheaper plan on the company's side, consider BES Express. Keep in mind that BIS is also very useful for your personal email, wireless desktop synch or exchange but BES is always the government, hospital or enterprise choice. Also, the BlackBerry can even serve as your PBX when away from the office and you can share your notes and information wirelessly. BlackBerry Messenger is also rated faster than SMS in times of emergencies. The 9700 on 3G will allow you to simultaneously send and receive data whilst engaged on a call so this is particularly useful for those who need to stay on long conversations whilst multitasking with sending and receiving email, browsing the web for stock quotes, receiving new calendar data from the secretary about a new meeting or a meeting that has been moved up or cancelled, and even use facebook, twitter, linkedin or whatever social network.
The BlackBerry offers uncompromised instant and secure wireless delivery of email, pages, IM, valuable company information, contacts, notes, tasks and calendar information that can either be administered by your IT department or by yourself through the BIS site/email setup icon.

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