Transfer contacts from a Samsung cell phone to an iPhone
With Mobile Master Copy Station you can now easily tranfser your contacts to your new iPhone.
Select source: old cell phone or file
Send contacts by email to your iPhone
- Your old phone
- A file: VCard (vcf), csv, txt, , ics, vcs, Nokia Backup file (nbu)
- Nokia PC / OVI Suite
Load the data from your old handset:
- Check if your phone is in the list of supported devices.
- If not, Mobile Master is able ot load the data from most Nokia phones and from many Samsung phones.
- If not or it is not possible to conect the phone with your computer, on many handyset you can save or export the contacts to a VCard (vcf) file, which then Mobile Master Copy Station can read in and transfer it to the new phone.
Load from a file
- Mobile Master Copy Station knows many file types and can transfer them to your new smartphone:
» VCard (vcf) files:
Including files in unicode and file from the MAC OS.
- Nokia Backup (nbu) file:
You have a a backup created with the Nokia PC or OVI Suite, but the Nokia PC or OVI Suite is no longer installed On Error Goto 0your computer? No problem, Mobile Master Copy Station can import the contacts, appointments and todos from the backup file.
- Siemens Adr file:
In case you have an old Siemens cell phone and cannot connect it to your computer but you still have an adr file. Mobile Master Copy Station can import thwe contacts from that adr file.
- Csv file:
Mobile Master Copy Station can import contacts from csv files, with or without header line. Supported are comma, tab or semicolon separated file, and in unicode.
Transfer the contacts to your iPhone
- The contacts are sent wireless by email to your iPhone. At the iPhone you just open that email and click/tab at the attachment and you are asked to import the contacts to the iPhones address book. For this the iPhone must have been setup to receive emails. There is no need to connect the iPhone with your computer.
With the Mobile Master Copy Station you transfer / copy / migrate your contacts and address books from your old Nokia cell phone to your iPhone or iPod touch, or from a Samsung mobile phone to the iPhone or iPod touch, or from a Siemens, Motorola or Sony Ericsson handset to your iPhone or iPod touch.