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Contacts double on screen


Aug 21, 2006, 1:11 AM

I got my D900 2 days ago and so far so good.
Battery life will hopefully improved after a couple of charges. Really pity it does not have voice dialing, I got used to it on my SE K700i and it is very useful when driving with a Bluetooth headset.

A problem I have and I hope someone can help me please! I copied my contacts to the phone but if I open contacts then it shows both SIM and Phone together, in other words 2 of each. Is there a setting to show one only (SIM or Phone contacts) All phones I know have this feature.

Thanks in advance

Aug 21, 2006, 11:30 PM
Not sure if this will help any but here it goes anyway: I have an e730 and this particular option exists. Phonebook->management->default saving. Hopefully this helps somewhat as i come to find that most samsungs have the same or similar menus. When using the camera on the d900, is there anyway you can see yourself on the screen if you face the phone to yourself? Kind of like the flip-phones with their external screen.

Oct 15, 2006, 5:45 PM
i'm not sure with this particular model, but i'm pretty sure that sony ericssons are the only phones w/o OS that can hide the SIM entries and still have them saved. i believe there is an option to delete all SIM contacts and that will remove the duplicates problem, but then you lose the security of having backups. i know this was true w/ my e720 and my d600, i was using an lg cu500 and it would also show copies, and i'm temporarily using a sony w300 until i get my d900 and it allows hiding of the SIM entries.

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