Re: Using Nokia E72 (import contacts)
On Sun, Apr 10, 2011 at 7:49 PM, Camaleón <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 10 Apr 2011 14:40:32 +0200, Mathieu Malaterre wrote:
>> I would like to import my contact from my previous phone onto a Noka
>> E72 phone. I tried wammu, but Symbian is not supported. I tried opensync
>> (*). But again with no luck, USB interface is empty and segfault. I
>> tried using the bluetooth interface but syncml-ds-tool simply segfault:
>> $ syncml-ds-tool -b **:**:**:**:**:** 11 --slow-sync text/x-vcard
>> contacts Contacts --wbxml --identifier "PC Suite" ** ERROR **: A
>> disconnect event was received but there is no connected transport.
>> I tried sending all contacts at once from the old phone (Sony
>> Ericson) using built-in bluetooth, however only the first contact is
>> every sent to the Nokia E72.
> That's one of the reasons I avoid storing contacts on the phone or
> phone's SD card and use the SIM. While SIM memory is very limited and
> contacts cannot exceed of ~250 (at least with the 128 KiB SIM card it
> provides my carrier) I still can transfer the contacts from the SIM to
> any smart|mobile phone without any hitch.
I did that too. I convert the single entry 'John Doe / Mobile Phone /
Home Phone' into something like the following entries 'Doe J/Mobile
Phone' 'Doe J/Home Phone'.
Yes this is the link I sent.
> It is always a good idea to test these sync tools with the latest
> available versions form upstream (if you don't want to install them in
> your system, using a LiveCD from whatever distribution and install it
> from there can be an option).
Indeed that fixed the issue. I quickly hack an updated package:
This now works fine. I could sync phone entries with nice looking entry name.