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    Default contacts on memory card?

    i searched but didn't find anything (it may be a stupid question). can i move my contacts to my memory card or make the memory card the default location to store them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by excess View Post
    i searched but didn't find anything (it may be a stupid question). can i move my contacts to my memory card or make the memory card the default location to store them?
    not sure about saving to media card.. but i believe you are able to save contacts to your sim card
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    To the op the answer is no you can't
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    i'm curious as to why? i believe you i just am wondering why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by excess View Post
    i'm curious as to why? i believe you i just am wondering why.
    The address book database is part of the OS. You can add, delete, or modify entries within it - but you cannot move it.
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    You can't save your contacts to your media card... but you can do a back up on your pc and then take the backup and save it to your memory card. That way you will always have your most recent data with you. I have done this and it's saved me some hassle before.
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    Thanks that makes sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smuuth View Post
    The address book database is part of the OS. You can add, delete, or modify entries within it - but you cannot move it.
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