In this tutorial, you will learn how to transfer all your contacts from a BlackBerry phone to an Android device. Both devices will be paired using Bluetooth.
Transfer BlackBerry Contacts to Android
This method was tested using a BlackBerry Curve and a Galaxy Tab, but the principle should remain very similar across all devices.
Activating Bluetooth on Android
The first step is to activate Bluetooth
on your Android device.
Go to Settings
> Wireless & networks
> Bluetooth Settings
. Check the box next to Bluetooth
and then check the box next to Visible
in order for the device to be detected by the BlackBerry.
Once Bluetooth is activated, it's time to pair the devices.
From the BlackBerry
home screen, click on Options
(wrench icon)> Networks and Connections
> Bluetooth Connections
. Turn the Bluetooth option to On
Next, go to Paired Devices
, click on Add a new device
, and then click on Search
.Your Android device should be detected.
Once detected, select your Android device and click on Submit
to prompt your device.
Transfer Contacts via Bluetooth
should now appear on your BlackBerry screen. Select your Android phone from the menu. Next, press the BlackBerry button
and select Transfer contacts
Authorize Bluetooth access on the Android device and wait for the transfer to be completed.
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