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  1. Thoams Woodham
    Thoams Woodham June 27, 2013 at 4:20 am .

    Hello that was very easy and helpful. Not to mention a quick fix

  2. anthony
    anthony January 6, 2014 at 7:19 am .

    Thank you. Yes, very easy.

  3. Josh
    Josh January 24, 2014 at 10:47 pm .

    I’ve been really frustrated because I have 100-something phone contacts, but 1000+ email contacts, and when I took my phone to the Verizon store, they transferred all of my contacts to my new phone in a way that I’m unable to filter through the hundreds of contacts I don’t want to see when I’m looking through my “phonebook” so to speak. I haven’t found any way to deal with this. The guy at Verizon said he couldn’t just transfer the phone ones, and said I could just go through the list of 1000+ and delete the ones I don’t want from my phone book. Any way to transfer just the phone contacts? I still have both phones. Thanks!

  4. Andy
    Andy April 9, 2014 at 3:05 am .

    hey carlos, I have recently bought galaxy grand quattro and want to transfer my text messages to it from my old galaxy pop. But my problem is i’m unable to install any app on my old phone to backup my messages, it just gives me error everytime I try to install any new app. If I factory reset it, I’ll lose my messages that I need in my new phone. Any way to fix this?

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