Can't you just export all contacts?
Am I missing something here? Were posts deleted? Why do you think he hasn't figured out a solution in 2 years?
Lol, he must have been really bored and trying to see all unanswered questions! What a dedicated forum! On this topic any suggestions how to do the same with a BlackBerry classic to back up all my contacts with my Gmail account? Thanks
All your contacts should be stored in your Google account.
I did it a few years ago when I switched out of BlackBerry I simply exported to a CSV and imported it to Google contacts
How does one transfer to a CSV file? And while on the topic, if I have a Samsung S4 which has a broken lcd which stopped working after dropping on the floor, and now I need to get off all my contacts which are on there, went into the T-mobile store and said they need the touch screen to work in order to transfer the new contacts, any way around that method, by just plugging it into the computer? Ps the phone has a password on the startup page, I know by BlackBerry they allow to access the phone on the computer even though it's locked all you have to do is enter the pass code on the computer and it's unlocked, so now with the s4 does it work the same way? Or any apps or programs which I could download and would help me remove all the contacts on to my new phone? Thanks ( besides for replacing the LCD? ) I do have another way, but want to see if there's another way I don't know off, which would be easier?) thanks
How does one transfer to a CSV file?
This app lets you do it https://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/37102894/?lang=en
1) I don't remember how I did it. Probably through the BlackBerry desktop or an app.2) had the same story with my Verizon phone. Unfortunately I was told the same.
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