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Old December 31st, 2012, 12:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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All I want to do is go into the computer and edit/delete/look at my contacts without having to do it on the phone itself.

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I'm not sure exactly what you're asking for the ability to do. Are your contacts synced with google or any other service, or are they just on your phone?
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Sync them with Google and u should be able to view them online without your phone connected. Just go to Google and search Google contacts. Actually logon to Google first then search for Google contacts. U might of already synced them.
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Have look at 'MyPhone Explorer', free in Play Store.
Connects the phone to the PC via USB, WiFi or Bluetooth.

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Harry I looked at your suggestion, but ran into trouble when it said wifi could interfere with blue tooth. I got out of it in a hurry - was way out of my depth
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Didn't notice that when I'm using WiFi to connect ... maybe because I've BT off most times
But note, this myPhone Explorer client doesn't use WiFi or BT when you don't run the app.

But see, if you always use the Google contacts on your phone, then editing your contacts on PC with Google contacts might be more easy

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I dont know if I explained properly what I want to do. I dont want google to grab all my contacts,pics and music from my computer.

I want the contacts in the phone to be put on the computer so I can edit the, as there area few doubles, and it has already picked every ones emails whether I know the phone number or not. I really dont need everyones email address
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then myphoneexplorer is the program to do that.. just turn bluetooth off although I have never had that error message and been using it for a while
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As noted above MyPhoneExplorer should allow you to do that, although I have no idea why it was giving you problems earlier?

Google contacts is definitely the best way. You can choose which contacts to sync, but the problem is that if there are a lot of them, it'll take a very long time. I usually just let it sync everything.
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#@^$* I lost my post .. rats.

I am still having problems, I got as far as Set up HTC Sync Manager to sync HTC One XL with your Outlook®, Outlook Express, or Windows® Contacts.
You can sync HTC One XL with the following Outlook versions: Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007, and Outlook 2010.

Important: To sync SIM card contacts with your computer, you have to import them first into the People app and save them under the Phone account on HTC One XL.
1. Connect HTC One XL to your computer.
2. In HTC Sync Manager, click More.
3. Select People, and then click Settings.
4. Choose the application you want to sync your contacts from.
5. If there is conflicting data on HTC One XL and your computer, choose which contact data you want to keep.
6. After you've finished setting up the other items to sync in HTC Sync Manager, click to sync them all at the same time.

When I get to No. 3, People is not lit up and I cannot click on it. I do use Windows Live Mail, not Outlook Express - would that matter?

Can someone help from this point on please.

Obviously I have to do this Sync SIM card contacts with your computer, you have to import them first into the People app and save them under the Phone account on HTC One XL. I don
t know if I am to do this on the phone or the computer - on the phone I can't find out how to do it.
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Hi Joody,

From reading your later posts, if that's all you need to do, then....

With your contacts on your screen, go menu > manage > de-duplicate contacts

Then menu > settings > Only with phone number.

This will get rid of your doubles and your pure email contacts...

Would this help you at all?
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Hi Joody,

From reading your later posts, if that's all you need to do, then....

With your contacts on your screen, go menu > manage > de-duplicate contacts

Then menu > settings > Only with phone number.

This will get rid of your doubles and your pure email contacts...

Would this help you at all?
I have not yet seen my contacts on the screen Pat, that is what I am trying to do.
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I have now advanced a little further, got a msg on my phone which says -
Turn on wi-fi on your pc.
Find HC Portable Hotspot on the list of Wi-fi-networks.
Select HTC Portable hotspot and enter "******" in the security key field.
Start using the internet on your pc.

I have just checked Portable Wi-fi hotspot and am supposed to be looking for something similar on the computer (nothing there tho) Not sure what to do next.
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Sorry Joody,

I was meaning contacts displayed on your phone's screen, not your computer
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I did what you said Pat, don't know what it did, but the fact remains - as in this post

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I have now advanced a little further, got a msg on my phone which says -
Turn on wi-fi on your pc.
Find HC Portable Hotspot on the list of Wi-fi-networks.
Select HTC Portable hotspot and enter "******" in the security key field.
Start using the internet on your pc.

I have just checked Portable Wi-fi hotspot and am supposed to be looking for something similar on the computer (nothing there tho) Not sure what to do next.
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I dont know if I explained properly what I want to do. I dont want google to grab all my contacts,pics and music from my computer.

I want the contacts in the phone to be put on the computer so I can edit the, as there area few doubles, and it has already picked every ones emails whether I know the phone number or not. I really dont need everyones email address
Hi Joody,

If I'm reading this correctly, you simply want to have your duplicates and email address only contacts removed from your contacts. Is that correct?

If so, you don't need any software on your computer or any apps on your phone.

The instructions I provided were use within your stock software - with your contacts displayed on your phone screen.
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Thanks I have apparently done this, but I am still wanting to know how I can set up my contacts on the computer screen to work on them (edit) and not have to do it on my phone.

This is how far I got - and am stuck.

I want the contacts in the phone to be put on the computer so I can edit them.

Isn't this part of what I am supposed to be doing?

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I have now advanced a little further, got a msg on my phone which says -
Turn on wi-fi on your pc.
Find HC Portable Hotspot on the list of Wi-fi-networks.
Select HTC Portable hotspot and enter "******" in the security key field.
Start using the internet on your pc.
I have just checked Portable Wi-fi hotspot and am supposed to be looking for something similar on the computer (nothing there tho) Not sure what to do next.
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WiFi Hotspot is something totally different, you don't need to be anywhere near that at all.

If you open the people app on your phone, hit menu, there should be an option to export to csv/SD Card? That will create a csv file which you can email to the gmail account associated with the phone and edit via your PC.
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WiFi Hotspot is something totally different, you don't need to be anywhere near that at all.

If you open the people app on your phone, hit menu, there should be an option to export to csv/SD Card? That will create a csv file which you can email to the gmail account associated with the phone and edit via your PC.
When I open people-menu - the only choices I have are
delete contacts
send contacts
manage contacts
open account settings
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edit tabs
help

nothing about exporting.
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When I open people-menu - the only choices I have are
delete contacts
send contacts
manage contacts
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edit tabs
help

nothing about exporting.
Had already done that numerous times Harry - I just want my contacts from the phone to show on my computer - ????????????
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Look at the first posts of your thread, Joody.

There are described the two easiest ways, Google contacts or MyPhone Explorer.

If you don't like your contacts with Google in the cloud then you'd have a second try with MyPhone Explorer.

Good luck.

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Look at the first posts of your thread, Joody.

There are described the two easiest ways, Google contacts or MyPhone Explorer.

If you don't like your contacts with Google in the cloud then you'd have a second try with MyPhone Explorer.

Good luck.

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Sorry Harry, I am not familiar with this phone at all. I went to google on the phone, and it said "network error" try again. I think I need to be walked through
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Sorry Harry, I am not familiar with this phone at all. I went to google on the phone, and it said "network error" try again. I think I need to be walked through
Joody, no need to apologise.

Your best bet is probably MyPhoneExplorer. You'll need an app on your PC for that, and one on your phone too.

PC App: FJ Software Development
Phone App: MyPhoneExplorer

Install both, selecting all default options (On the PC app, DON'T select portable installation).

Open the app on your PC, You'll be presented with a screen that looks like the below:



From there, click File -> Settings and in the box that pops up, make sure it looks like this:



Once it does, click OK.

Head to your phone, hit the MyPhoneExplorer Client icon, it should add an additional icon to your notification bar (I put a red square round it to make it obvious):



Plug your phone in to your PC, go back to MPE on your PC and hit File -> Connect, you should see a progress bar and hopefully when it finishes, you should see a list of your phone contacts on screen to edit as you wish.

All make sense?
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I have just noticed your reply - will attend to it tomorrow. Since then, I have reset the phone twice, I have another very odd problem. When I bought the phone (brand new) some 14 days ago, I selected Scene out of Personalisation - it was a pale green picture of water and scenery. When I first re-set the phone, that particular picture went missing (even tho it came with the phone). Telstra told me to reset again, and still that picture is not among the others. How or where could I get this pic? We actually found the same pic on a display HTC so they knew what I was looking for. Could I get it from HTC?
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https://dl.dropbox.com/u/31513255/Default%20Pics.zip

^There you go, those are all the pics that come pre installed on the phone. If the one you're looking for isn't there, let me know and I'll see what I can find.
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^There you go, those are all the pics that come pre installed on the phone. If the one you're looking for isn't there, let me know and I'll see what I can find.
No it wasnt there, but thanks for all the other pics - are they hard to transfer to the phone? The pic I was looking for (name u/k sorry) was a pale green sea setting, I think with land on left hand side, and pale green ocean.

I'm really pleased to have those choices, many thanks again - I just need to know how to transfer


Hope you can find it. (HTC One XL)
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Carrier is Telstra,and they have Telstra Scenes (not the HTC ones) The scenes all have Playstore in the left hand bottom corner and T (for Telstra) on the right hand bottom corner, if that helps. And where/how do I save these pics so they dont disappear again.
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Hi,

Is the pic you're looking for previewed here?

Sorry for the quality, this is just a photo of the preloaded One XL pics for Telstra AU...

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Is the pic you're looking for previewed here?

Sorry for the quality, this is just a photo of the preloaded One XL pics for Telstra AU...

No its not Pat, but thanks for sending them, some of them I have, others are new, but the pale green one isnt there.
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Hmm, not sure which one you're talking about then I work in a Telstra store and took that pic from our demo unit today :/ sorry it's not there.
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Hmm, not sure which one you're talking about then I work in a Telstra store and took that pic from our demo unit today :/ sorry it's not there.
Pat, I swear a week ago in a telstra shop it was on their display phone, but not last Friday nor was it in a different telstra shop today. It happened when I upgraded, so if anyone hasn't done the upgrade, it may still be on their phone (do you think?)
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Quite possibly! These are post-jellybean, so maybe someone has access to the stock Ice Cream Sandwich pics??
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