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The iPhone is not crap, it is still the best all around phone that started the mainstream touchscreen cell phone revolution. But enough on that. Shame on Lexus for not automatically detecting the contacts like BMW does. Even if the iPhone could transfer contacts manually, shame on Lexus for making have to be one at a time. However, an upcoming release of iBluetooth for a jailbroken iPhone should add this functionality. It already added A2DP music streaming and file transfer.
So your saying with this iBluetooth we will be able to transfer all our contacts from the iphone into the lexus phone book? That will be sweet
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Maybe you should go Discussion-Apple to look for what is iTunes user directions about how to backup your iphone.
Other than there are also a tool called Contacts Tool search iphone applications,and it will help u a lot if u want to transfer the contacts to computer.Like Out2003 or Outlook2007...
1. In Outlook, choose Tools > Options.
2. Click Other and then click Advanced Options.
3. Select COM add-ins and select the iTunes sync add-in and click OK.
4. Click Apply and then continue with the steps below.
1. In Outlook, choose Tools > Trust Center.
2. In the Categories pane, click Add-ins.
3. In the Details pane, locate the iTunes add-in in the "Inactive Application Add-ins" list.
4. In the Manage box, click COM Add-ins, and then click Go.
5. In the COM Add-Ins dialog box, select the iTunes sync add-in.
6. Click OK.
Besides,if you are always frustrated the directions of iTunes and Outlook.I want to give your advice to try out other professional transfer contact software.As far as i concerned,you can download the trail version of iPhone Transfer Contact for free,which can help you back up your iPhone contacts along with contact photos to computer as a file (either txt or antc).
Hope you have a wonderful time.
What if I copy my contacts from my iphone to a BB torch then trafer them to the car phone book, then I go back to use my Iphone.
Would the contacts I tranfered stay in the phone book?? Any one knows? I would think it works...
yes, once the info are in the phone book, it should stay there.
most people with 3gs or 2is (and iphones) they do the same. they copy all the contacts to the sim, take the sim out and put it in another "normal" phone, pair it, transfer everything over, and then switch back to the iphone
Yes, I drove it. The great feeling of boiling blood.
i synced my old windows mobile 6.5 phone then bt synced to the car and transferred all my wife's and my contacts. pita but honestly never use the phonebook in there anyways. i usually just use my siri to dial my contacts.
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