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How to Copy Contacts From Old Cell Phone to Kyocera

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As exciting as it is to buy a new cell phone, copying all the contacts from the old one can seem like a chore. However, most of the cell phones these days come with built-in Bluetooth technology, which has made it a lot easier to move around your phonebook from one place to another. Copying contacts to your new Kyocera is a very simple task. The options below might vary slightly depending on your cell phone model.

Step 1

Go to "Menu" > "Connectivity" > "Bluetooth" > "Enable" on your Kyocera phone.

Step 2

Press the main "Menu" key on the phone, and go to "Contacts"/"Phonebook."

Step 3

Go to "Options" > "Advanced."

Step 4

Select "Send All Contacts."

Step 5

Choose ["Bluetooth.](https://itstillworks.com/13579495/what-is-bluetooth)" Now your phone will start looking for Bluetooth devices in range, and will show the name of your Kyocera device, too.

Step 6

Highlight the Kyocera device, and press "OK."

Step 7

Enter a passkey on both the devices, for instance "1234."

Wait for the entire phone book to transfer from one phone to another. If there is a large number of contacts, it will take some time for the process to complete.

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