How to Copy Contacts From Old Cell Phone to Kyocera
By Editorial Team
Updated July 21, 2017
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.
Go to “Menu” > “Connectivity” > “Bluetooth” > “Enable” on your Kyocera phone.
Press the main “Menu” key on the phone, and go to “Contacts”/“Phonebook.”
Go to “Options” > “Advanced.”
Select “Send All Contacts.”
Choose “Bluetooth.” Now your phone will start looking for Bluetooth devices in range, and will show the name of your Kyocera device, too.
Highlight the Kyocera device, and press “OK.”
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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