Guide on transfering contacts from HTC Desire to Nokia E72
What you need
HTC Desire, Nokia E72 and a PhoneCopy account
Transfer contacts from your HTC Desire to the cloud server
Android is a recent platform which is gaining popularity very quickly. However as it is very new, it has a few shortocomings. These are being updated slowly, but steadily. You need an Android phone version 2.2 (Froyo and higer e.q. 2.2.1, 2.2.2), 2.3 (Gingerbread and higher e.q. 2.3.2, 2.3.3, 2.3.4, 2.3.5, 2.3.6, 2.3.7), 3.0.1 (Honeycomb and higher e.q. 3.1, 3.2, 3.2.1), 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwitch and higher 4.0.1, 4.0.2, 4.0.3), 4.1 or 4.2 (Jelly Bean) include tablets. Let us just remind you, that for now PhoneCopy for Android only transfers contacts.
First, download PhoneCopy for Android (VERSION 2.2 and higher ONLY) to your phone. It's free. Install it and then follow these steps.
Create new PhoneCopy account and fill in information about you, then choose right synchronization direction (This device >> server). If you already had a PhoneCopy account, choose "Combine both" (this is always safer).
Now you can start the first synchronization. You will see a red button "Agree and continue", what you presss . Now, you see the synchronization.
And now it's time to transfer contacts to your Nokia E72
This manual should work for all S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1 (Symbian OS v9.2) phones which are: Nokia 5630 XpressMusic, Nokia 5730 XpressMusic, Nokia 6210 Navigator, Nokia 6220 classic, Nokia 6650 fold, Nokia 6700 slide, Nokia 6710 Navigator, Nokia 6720 classic, Nokia 6730 classic, Nokia 6760 slide, Nokia E52, Nokia E55, Nokia E72, Nokia E73 Mode, Nokia E75, Nokia N78, Nokia N79, Nokia N85, Nokia N86 8MP, Nokia N96, Nokia C5-00, Nokia C5-01, Nokia E5-00, Nokia X5-00 and Nokia X5-01
Nokia E72 phone setup
To have your contacts saved you have to synchronize the Nokia E72 with PhoneCopy. To show how to set up the synchronization we've made some screenshots. If those screenshot differ from you specific cell phone, follow the steps from it's Phonecopy manual. Create a new synchronization profile in the menu:
Follow the instructions to set up the connection. If you're only saving contacts, you can leave out some of the steps, or you can backup you calendar, tasks and notes as well.
Start the synchronization now. You can select the data to be synchronized before starting. If you are transferring only contacts, choose to transfer contacts only. However if you want to use PhoneCopy as a backup platform and you have made the corresponding settings, choose Calendar, Tasks and Notes as well.
Assign your Nokia E72 to your PhoneCopy account
After your phone is synchronized, go back to your PhoneCopy online profile (probably you will have it still open in the browser since you activated your account) and accept the assignment of your phone to the account. If you do it within the hour after the synchronization, the phone will be assigned automatically and you will only need to confirm the process. If the delay is greater than one hour, you will be asked by the server for the cellphone's identification number, called IMEI. This number can be easily found under the battery of the cellphone, or you can type in the symbols *#06# and the IMEI will appear on the display.
Some additional tips:
Just as a reminder, the contacts are carried via your mobile phone service provider, so you need to have data transfers activated for the service to work. If you you don't have a special data scheme, your carrier will charge you additional fees (during our testing, ca 500 contacts cost approximately 1,5 USD for all the data carried during a full syncronization, service provided by O2). Contact can be then transferred to another device eq. iPhone, other Nokia, SonyEricsson, Samsung, LG etc). Always you can edit your contacts in your online account. PhoneCopy is often used as a ultimate backup service, should you loose your phone or the stored data, or if you just run out of battery and you need to see your contacts online. Also, on your online account, you will see full history of your contacts, as well as the data that you've deleted in between the synchronizations. You can find them in an archvie from where you can restore them. And if this is still not enough of a backup for you, you can download a .CSV file, that you can store in your computer.
The whole backup, including the settings, can be done in several minutes and the service is completely free.