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  1. bearaids

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    I just got my new DInc and I was wondering if there is a better way to enter contact info/phone numbers. I was using a blackberry on Tmobile, and just received my DInc via the mail. Do I need to enter in all my old numbers manually? Or is there an easier way to do it?
     

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    They can do it rather quickly at your nearest verizon store but if you dont want that i know there is another way that doesnt come to me. Search these forums and you will find it.
     
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    Sync your Blackberry to Outlook using their software. Sync your Incredible with Outlook using HTC Sync.

    The other option is what 4160-highvoltage said...Go to the Verizon store and have them do it, just don't let them charge you!!!
     
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    Try this How to Transfer a blackberry address book to Microsoft Windows | eHow.com

    Then try to get your contacts in .CSV format and Import them to your Google Contacts. They can all be edited from there pretty easily.

    EDIT: Better one (I think)
    http://androidforums.com/support/1335-blackberry-contacts-g1-address-book.html#post8166
     
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    I agree with Excedio though. I think one of the best things about the Android platform is the integration with GMail. I rarely worry about editing contacts on the device. It's a lot faster to edit them in GMail's contact section and it synchronizes automagically.
     
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    Glad to hear it. :)
     

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