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How to Transfer Contacts from Symbian to Android

-- Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Contacts are so essential for everybody that it's very vital to freely transfer contacts between various tools. Actually, there are different ways for users to sync contacts from Nokia Symbian to Android. You can choose to export all of them from Outlook (or other email software) to .csv format, then import them to Gmail. Otherwise, a third party app called Android Transfer can also be your good helper.

Phone Transfer, which enables you to do contacts transfer quickly, can be an effective tool for you to copy data between Nokia Symbian and Android. By connecting your two devices to PC meanwhile, the app will enable you to sync contacts from Symiban to Android with only one click. Now try this pro for transferring contacts. Free download the trial version on your computer.

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How to Sync Contacts from Symbian to Android

Step 1 Connect both Devices to Computer
Use USB cables to connect your Nokia and Android to PC at the same time. When the detection is completed, note that your Android shown as "Destination", Nokia as "Source". For transposition, please tap "Flip" button.

Copy Contacts from Symbian to Android

Note: Nokia phones with Symbian S40 and S60 are all compatible to the pro.

Step 2 Sync Contacts from Symbian to Android
The displayed data like text messages, photos and music can also be transferred. Remove the marks before other files to copy contacts only. Continue to tick "Start Copy" and wait for a few seconds. When the transfer progress is finished, click "OK".

Nokia Contacts Transfer to Android

Be sure not to unplug the USB cables until it ends.

Phone Transfer also make it possible to transfer data between iPhone and Android, iPhone and Symbian, etc. Nearly over 2000 phone models are supported. Go and try it.

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