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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by blksith0, Oct 26, 2010.

  1. blksith0

    blksith0 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    How would I take the contacts off of my windows mobile phone and put them onto android?
     



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  2. Szadzik

    Szadzik Extreme Android User

    I assume you already have a Google Account as that will be required once you switch over to Android. Here is a tutorial how to sync your stuff from WM to Google.
     
  3. tonyharlan

    tonyharlan Newbie

    Just export your contacts from Outlook and import them to your gmail account. Then you can merge duplicates and everything, and then push to your device.
     
  4. Or save your pim file to your computer. Then google "pim to csv". Take that csv file and import it into gmail on your computer, then when you get your android phone, it will all sync up.
     
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  5. Szadzik

    Szadzik Extreme Android User

    I really do not see the point of all the hassle if one can set the device up to sync on the go with Google.
     
  6. Yes, I forgot you can just sync your WM phone with google, then get the new android phone and it will sync to the new phone.
     
  7. IAmSixNine

    IAmSixNine Well-Known Member

    Or if your fortunate enough to have microsoft exchange use that to sync your contacts.
     
  8. blksith0

    blksith0 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Did you forget to post the link?

    And how would I get my WM phone to sync to Google?
     
  9. Szadzik

    Szadzik Extreme Android User

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  10. blksith0

    blksith0 Well-Known Member
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    I'm having a tough time with that tutorial there, I'm not sure how to get to that first screenshot on the page. I dont see the option for that anywhere. So I'm trying to use outlook to sync with google or something, I dont know what I'm doing right now.
     
  11. blksith0

    blksith0 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    So, I installed active sync and outlook. And, not sure what to do next, but the option for syncing contacts is grayed out. So, not sure what to do here.
     
  12. Szadzik

    Szadzik Extreme Android User

    Did you follow the tutorial from my link? There is nothing else you need to do, just sync them from your windows mobile phone and go to your gmail account and go to contacts and they should be there, no Outlook needed.
     
  13. brownhornet

    brownhornet Android Enthusiast

    When I switched I just sync'd the tp2 with google..
     
  14. blksith0

    blksith0 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Its that tutorial that Im having trouble with, I dont know how to get to this first screen.[​IMG]
     
  15. Szadzik

    Szadzik Extreme Android User

    It's Activesync
     
  16. Szadzik

    Szadzik Extreme Android User

    And it says that on the top. Go to Start>Applications to open it
     
  17. You wont get that EXACT screen. Just open activesync, then follow the directions to add a new account.
     
  18. blksith0

    blksith0 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Ok, well here is the screen I have when I start up active sync.
    [​IMG]

    And then if I go to Menu, Add Server Source, this is what I see.
    [​IMG]

    And the other options are useless.
    So, not sure what to do here.
     
  19. blksith0

    blksith0 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    So, its been about a day. I'm just going to go ahead and bump this up.
     
  20. Szadzik

    Szadzik Extreme Android User

    1. You were connected to your PC when you were doing this, wrong, disconnect and go to the app again.

    2. When you open ActiveSync and click Menu>Add Server source. If the option is not there, only the option to configure server, press Options instead, highlight the server you have there and press Delete at the bottom.

    3. Enter your email address, uncheck the tickbox saying 'Attempt to detect Exchange Server...' Press Next.

    4. Follow the tutorialstarting from here: [​IMG]
    Make sure that at the step where you have to enter your full email address you try xxx@googlemail.com and if that does not work try xxx@gmail.com.

    I installed a Windows Mobile emulator from MS and all these steps are correct.

    The only thing that might be wrong is the version fo Windows Mobile you are using.

    Are you using WM Professional (touchscreen device) or WM Standard (non-touchscreen device)?
     
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  21. Knewz

    Knewz Android Expert

    Try this if u are still having trouble.
    1.open activesync on the device. add server source. It may ask for you email address, fill in. make sure "Attempt to detect" is checked. hit next.

    2.Username will be your user name@gmail.com. this should grey out the domain box. enter your pass word. makes sure "save password' is checked. hit next.

    3. After that it will process, then bring you to the "Server Address" screen. Input m.google.com.. make sure SSL box is checked. hit next

    4. Check all boxes of things u want to sync.(of course contacts)(checking calender may give u an error when syncing) hit finish.

    It should bring you back to the Activesync main page and be Synchronizing.
     
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  22. blksith0

    blksith0 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Thanks guys, that worked great. You are the best.
     
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