Upgrading or changing cell phones can be exciting, as you get a chance to try out all the new features on the new device. What's not very exciting is the process of getting all of your contact information from one phone to another. You also may have a large amount of contacts stored on your phone and want to transfer them to your computer to start an address file. Regardless of why you want to transfer your Verizon Motorola contacts, you can move them wirelessly through Bluetooth.
Select "Contacts" from the lower right corner of the phone's home screen.
Select a contact. If you need to change the contact group, hit the menu button (bottom left), choose "Display group" and choose the group you want to select from.
Press the menu button and select "Share name card."
Choose the contact information you want to transfer and hit "Send."
Select "Bluetooth" from the list of options for sharing the contact information.
Turn on your Bluetooth if prompted.
Click "Scan for devices." Make sure the recipient device is in discoverable mode. This means it must be on and Bluetooth must be turned on.
Click the appropriate device for the transfer. The transfer is complete when the recipient device accepts the file.
- The device to which you transfer the contacts must support Bluetooth Object Push, which allows transferring files.
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