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Try this ; On the home page of your iPhone, click on the Settings icon Go to Mail/Contacts/Calendars Scroll down and you will get the "Import SIM Contacts" option Start importing your contacts and once it is done, simply change your SIM card


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in an iPhone you can not put addresses to the sim card, only from the sim card to the phone. You can use an "old" phone form before they were smart (e.g. Nokia): copy the addresses into the phone from the sim card 1, put another sim card 2 in and read the addresses into this sim card.


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There are few different ways you can do that: thru a mobile device (phone, tablet, computer, etc.); via a SIM card reader on your computer with specific software; A device for clonning SIM cards. Please specify the way you want to work so we can provide you more information.


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Reboot your iPhone. iCloud contacts started syncing immediately for me. It might work for you.


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Found it! I have no idea how it actually was set up, as I discovered a pref pane through another question on Ask Different which I'd never seen before… System Prefs > Users & Groups >[unlock] > Right click user name > Advanced Options... My user@me.com account was listed twice in aliases. I deleted one - the duplicate iCloud account in Contacts ...


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Leave them under your contacts and then click the "do not disturb" when you click on the info of their text message.


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I've always use this like the a) exemple and it always work for me. So I think your a) exemple is good because it's like this I use the relationship field.


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This did the trick for me: Go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Exchange Turn Contacts on Go into the App called Contacts and select Groups Select All Exchange, Contacts and Suggested Contacts After doing that, all the and the names of my contacts came back for recent calls and messages.


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You cannot have more than one contact with the same name in your iPhone so it sounds like your iPhone is merging them together. Try adding a last name/nick name to have them as two separate contacts.


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From Mac Contacts.. File menu > Export > Contacts Archive then File Menu > Import Or from iCloud… Prefs 'cog' Select All Export vCard - which will save a 'batch' vCard to your default DL location [then, irritatingly, immediately try to import it to your Mac Contacts list, so hit Cancel] Swap iCloud accounts, then import vCard


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I had similar problem with my contacts' groups, when I switched to iCloud. I had most of the groups repeated four times, identical contacts. I followed the following simple steps: Settings --> iCloud --> turned OFF contacts. It asked if to keep or delete from iPhone. Delete from iPhone Sign out from iCloud. Restart iPhone, the contacts all emptied. ...


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By nickname do you mean the short user name of the logged in user? Nickname seems to be only available in contacts and the user might not have set his contact card. You can get short user name by getting system info set _info to system info set _nickname to short user name of _info



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