Q: Q: How do I transfer all contacts to the phonebook?

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How do I transfer all contacts to the phonebook?

You can add all of your mobile device’s saved contacts to the Bluetooth phonebook, so that you can easily call any of your numbers. To do so, follow these steps:

  1. Press "Phone" then "Phonebook"

  2. Press "Manage Contacts"

  3. Press "Transfer Contacts"

  4. Your next option is dependent on your phone, you can automatically download contacts or you will have to press replace contacts.

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