07-14-2008 10:18 AM
Copy your contacts from your nokia to your sim card and then copy from your sim card to your blackberry.
If you have a carrier that does not use sim cards, then you will need some type of program to sync your nokia to your computer.
07-16-2008 12:03 AM
07-16-2008 09:38 AM
10-15-2008 09:29 AM
After a lot of research through various forums and web, I arrived at this solution which worked for me. I had a Sony Ericsson phone and wanted to transfer all my Contacts with details into my Blackberry 8820. I am positive that this solution will work for your Nokia to Blackberry too.
Check out my Solution Link : http://www.ehow.com/how_4543575_transfer-address-b
This describes the use of a Freeware software which is used to convert the Phonebook formats to Blackberry formats which makes it possible to transfer contacts.
02-04-2010 05:43 PM
seeing the post everywhere on the web, i was surprised that there was easy answer for this question on the web although the answer is very easy, i had to figure it out by trial and error, any how of coarse everyone knows how to backup through outlook and you can find this answer any where, but for backup from .nbu is as follows,
first open the BB desktop manager
then from the list on the left under "configure" press "synchronization",
then from the new window press synchronization tab, for configuring the settings,
a window will pop up, select "address book" and double click on "address book" a wizard will open,
select then from list "ASCII exporter/importer", press next,
select "one way TO device from ASCII exporter/importer", press next,
select browse tab and search for the .nbu file, press next , press finish
this will close the wizard and leave you in the window you were at previously, so then press "ok" to go back to the original window.
you have now set that the .nbu file you have will be your synchronization file.
then now from the original window of the desktop manager , from the list on the left press first button "synchronize"
tick fields of synchronization, then press synchronize tab
and good luck
02-24-2010 05:06 PM
Thanks - Used the Blackberry Desktop Manager Synchronisation steps to the letter - only hiccup was having to disable wireless synchronisation on the device whilst sychronising from the Desktop.
So far so good - once I kicked off the Sych. I even saw my 157 or so entries being actively synchronised but nothing in Contacts on the Curve - not under Groups - zero added entries.
Any further steps at device level to make these visible ?
04-09-2010 11:34 PM
Thanks for the info. However when I try the above and press the Sync button, no contacts get transferred and no error is generated either.
Can you help?
I checked the wireless sync option as suggested by someone else and that is selected as not available for the address book.