1. nico002's Avatar
    My current android does not use a SIM and I won't have both devices with me at the same time (I am returning the android phone before I get the Lumia later today).

    Thanks!
    11-09-2012 08:35 AM
  2. bill257's Avatar
    Are you using AT&T currently? If so you can use AT&T's mobile transfer.

    https://forums.windowscentral.com/e?...token=EUVMvkVN

    Does contacts, video, and pictures. It puts everything in the cloud and you have 7 days to retrieve it with your new phone.
    11-09-2012 08:40 AM
  3. prjkthack's Avatar
    If you have your contacts sync'd to your Google account, then you just need to add your Google account to your new Windows Phone device, and all your mail, calendar, and contacts will sync.
    11-09-2012 08:41 AM
  4. nico002's Avatar
    If you have your contacts sync'd to your Google account, then you just need to add your Google account to your new Windows Phone device, and all your mail, calendar, and contacts will sync.
    That seems easy enough, I'm quite sure that I have everything sycned to my google account, how can I check for sure?

    Thanks again guys
    11-09-2012 08:43 AM
  5. prjkthack's Avatar
    That seems easy enough, I'm quite sure that I have everything sycned to my google account, how can I check for sure?

    Thanks again guys
    Depending on your Android phone, there are a couple different ones.

    - Open your Contacts/People app, and see if you can view your different contact lists. For example, on an HTC One X, I can open the People app, tap on the header at the top, and it'll show me a drop down menu where I can choose to see All contacts, contacts from Skype, contacts from Google, etc. If you filter your contacts to show your Google ones and your contacts are still there, then that means they sync.

    - You can check the Accounts & sync settings, tap your Google account, and see if its syncing contacts at all.

    - You can also jump onto Gmail, sign in to the same account you use on your phone, click on Contacts to see what Contacts are on your Gmail account. Anything there is sync'd with your Android phone.
    11-09-2012 08:49 AM
  6. KoukiFC3S's Avatar
    If you have your contacts sync'd to your Google account, then you just need to add your Google account to your new Windows Phone device, and all your mail, calendar, and contacts will sync.
    This works great. If you have multiple calendars, go to m.google.com/sync from your phone, and enable the additional calendars.
    11-09-2012 08:59 AM
  7. zylstra's Avatar
    If you have your contacts sync'd to your Google account, then you just need to add your Google account to your new Windows Phone device, and all your mail, calendar, and contacts will sync.
    This didn't work for me. Instead I had to modify my Google contacts to get them to appear in my WP8 phone, Transfer Contacts from Android to Windows Phone | Acquirements .
    09-10-2013 11:17 PM
  8. ScottDisick's Avatar
    I want to buy a windows phone. But i don't know how to transfer android contacts to Nokia WinPhone. I have more than 200 contacts on my android phone. Help!
    10-23-2015 02:07 AM
  9. SophiaLina's Avatar
    Make a new thread, don't bump it.
    10-23-2015 02:27 AM
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