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Q: How do I transfer contacts to the phonebook?

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How do I transfer contacts to the phonebook?

You can transfer contacts directly from your cell phone to the Bluetooth phonebook. To do so, follow these easy steps: 1. Press the Phone Send button. 2. Following the tone, say “Phonebook”. 3. Following the prompt, say “Transfer Entry”. 4. Following the prompt, say the name of the contact you are transferring. This name should be the same as it is listed in your phone. 5. Following the prompt, say “Transfer Entry” again. The system will the transfer the number from your phone. 6. Following the prompt, say “Store” to save the contact. Tips If you have problems with this process, consult your cell phone manual.

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