1. Nerd's Avatar
    I have an iPhone 2g v2.1 and want to put all the contacts from the iphone into my sim card that is a T-Mobile sim. Anyone know how? Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by Nerd; 2008-10-17 at 05:47 AM.
    2008-10-17 03:01 AM
  2. one1's Avatar
    Search box...... upper right hand corner. It's all the rave.
    2008-10-17 05:25 AM
  3. TheAppShare's Avatar
    Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calender > Import SIM Contacts

    Try the Search tool. It does wonders
    2008-10-17 06:00 AM
  4. Nerd's Avatar
    Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calender > Import SIM Contacts

    Try the Search tool. It does wonders
    No what i mean is export from iphone go to the simcard not import from simcard go to the iphone.Because when i add a new contact it's only can save on the iphone but not save on the simcard some other phone when you add a new contact you can save it on the simcard.Thanks
    Last edited by Nerd; 2008-10-17 at 09:43 PM.
    2008-10-17 09:25 PM
  5. neox's Avatar
    did you find a way to do that??!.. I was interested in doing exactly the same thing (iphone 2.1 on tmobile!!) Please let me know...

    other options are: Outlook
    2009-01-24 12:12 AM
  6. dejawoo's Avatar
    Get it on to nokia PC suite,sync it with outlook,then plug your phone in and it will transfer across via itunes...
    2009-01-24 12:50 AM
  7. neox's Avatar
    thx for the heads up dejawoo...
    but this method doesnt update ur current iphone contacts onto ur SIM card...
    2009-01-28 05:55 PM
  8. adc89's Avatar
    Anyone know how to do this? I know you could use iSim on 1.1.4 but there doesn't seem to be anything similar for current firmware.

    To be clear, we want to save the contacts FROM the iPhone TO the SIM card.
    2009-02-05 08:05 AM
  9. -Blue-'s Avatar
    i hope someone does this it sure would be helpful
    2009-02-05 12:22 PM
  10. neox's Avatar
    cant find a solution still.... lame!
    2009-02-05 07:30 PM
  11. saifeeab's Avatar
    i have been trying to do the same but till now i have been unable to. if u sync with outlook and if your outlook doesnt have the same contacts then it doesnt work. someone needs to make an app like iSim again.
    2009-02-06 10:55 AM
  12. dejawoo's Avatar
    1st copy all contacts to your computer's Outlook.Then sync with Nokia Pc Suite.Put your sim into to your Nokia sim tray.Plug your Nokia phone into computer.Sync with Nokia Pc Suite&copy all contacts to your Nokia's contacts,then copy all to your Nokia sim...Then use the sim with your iphone...
    2009-02-06 11:43 AM
  13. thekid05's Avatar
    i think every one is looking for a simple solution. not a long strung out process
    2009-08-11 04:37 PM
  14. thevmax's Avatar
    Also, what if we don't have Outlook OR a Nokia phone ?
    2009-11-05 09:49 PM
  15. se23's Avatar
    Well thanks dejawoo, i know its long but ive thanked you as it worked, also its not like u have 2 do it everyday.
    2009-11-05 10:24 PM
  16. Vaquero's Avatar
    The iPhone by itself can't write contacts to the SIM card, only read them.

    Did a quick online search, try this shareware app: (change hxxp to http)

    hxxp://www.brothersoft.com/isim-for-iphone-104031.htm
    2009-11-06 05:52 AM
  17. spicyboi's Avatar
    how do u get the contacts from ur iphone to outlook? then to a nokia phone?
    2009-12-13 08:08 PM
  18. d8lom's Avatar
    Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calender > Import SIM Contacts

    Try the Search tool. It does wonders
    Please read before you post!!!

    Did anyone manage to find a solution, I want to transfer my iPhone contacts to the sim so I can use it with my very cheap LG which doesn't sync with Outlook.
    iPhone 3GS
    16GB, white
    2010-05-01 05:12 AM
  19. area51crypto's Avatar
    Please read before you post!!!

    Did anyone manage to find a solution, I want to transfer my iPhone contacts to the sim so I can use it with my very cheap LG which doesn't sync with Outlook.
    SimManager its in Cydia!
    2010-05-01 06:35 AM
  20. mitchell209's Avatar
    SimManager its in Cydia!
    I tried using that and it didn't work very well...

    I ended up just syncing all of my contacts with Address Book. It's easier to just back up your iPhone though. Saves all of your contacts.
    2010-05-01 06:59 AM
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