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Old 04-09-10
viffer781 viffer781 is offline
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Default iPhone contacts to MMCS?

Hi all, is there some trick to uploading the Apple iPhone contacts into the MMCS? I select transfer and nothing happens (blutooth connection). Given I have 200 contacts I'd rather not manually enter them.

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Old 04-09-10
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Hi Rob, don't think it works syncing contacts from the iPhone.

I have one too and couldn't get mine to work.

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Old 10-09-10
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i've been told apple bluetooth is not compatable with all other bluetooth systems? Another case of apple product control?
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Old 10-09-10
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Hi not sure if this will help. In the Blueant Supertooth 3 manual it talks about phones that wont do a transfer of phone book after pairing.
This is the procedure. It might be of assistance, good luck.

F. Automatic Transfer Not Supported By Phone
If automatic transfer of phonebook failed, you can send or
transfer the contacts to the SUPERTOOTH 3 by sending
them via Bluetooth.
This procedure will only work immediately after you have
completed the pairing process or after you have executed a
Phonebook update (see Sections E and G respectively).
1. There are two ways in which you may proceed with
phonebook transfer, this depends on your model of phone.
The most common process is:
a. Access the Phonebook of your phone.
b. Choose the contacts you would like to transfer to the
Note: Select “Mark all” (if this option is available in your phone),
to transfer all contacts at once. If your phone does not allow for
this, you must transfer each contact individually, one at a time.
c. Choose to send the contacts via Bluetooth
> select BlueAnt ST 3
Note: Some phones do not allow the transfer of SIM contacts.

Another method of transferring your contacts is: (for
Blackberry phones)
a. Access the Options icon in your phone.
b. Select Bluetooth > Highlight BlueAnt ST 3 >
press Key > Choose Transfer Address Book.
c. Choose to transfer via Bluetooth > select BlueAnt ST 3.
2. “Loading phonebook. Please wait.” will then be
announced on the kit.
3. The number of contacts will be announced whilst the
download is in progress.
4. After a few seconds, the phone will display “Data
sent” or the kit will announce “BlueAnt ST 3 ready.
Connected to phone.” For some phones, you may
need to accept any connection request on the phone
before reconnection takes place.
The kit is now ready to use. When a call is received on
the user’s mobile phone, the name of the incoming caller
will be announced on the kit.
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Last edited by Hayden; 10-09-10 at 08:35 PM. Reason: added info
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Old 10-09-10
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Not sure about iphones, but on my windows mobile phone, I just selected all my contacts, clicked the send contact details via bluetooth, choose the MMCS as the recipient, and roberts ur fathers brother. I did it while sitting in a carwash waiting for it to finish.
I wouldnt be surprised if Apple didnt make it compatible with other devices. They have quite a history of that!!
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Old 11-09-10
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It seems iPhone has no option at all to send contact via blutooth. Major oversight IMHO even with the new 4.1 update....major PITA
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Old 19-11-10
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Where you purchased your phone should have an adapter that the new small Iphone sim card fits in so you can save contacts from your old phone my local dealer loaded mine with it while setting up & demoed to me.

You can also purchase a cutter on EBay that cuts your old sim card so it fits into the iPhone, (well so I've been told), so try searching that under iPhone 4 accessories on Ebay.

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