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To move text message from iphone to computer is much easier once having the aid of iCloud, but I can't figure out an easier way than using a third party software. Here I strongly recommend the iPubsoft iPad/iPod/iPhone to Computer Transfer.
I was able to clear the map history from Settings -> Privacy -> Location Services -> System Services -> Frequent Locations. Doing this, changing my contact card and updating my AppleID seem to have solved the problem (Apart from the fact that my street doesn't exist yet).
You should definitely update your details on your Apple ID. Go to AppleID Update your address details You should be done The fact that your street does not exist in Apple Maps is nothing you can do about, except leaving feedback at Apple so they can update their map to be consistent. Regarding the "home" location in your contact, you have to edit the ...
You may google "Phone Transfer", there is an app that can cover the your need. If you want to transfer via iCloud, read this https://www.apple.com/support/icloud/contacts/
what do you mean you deleted email account from settings? Did you un-sync an email account which is needed for the contacts? Did you just reset your phone when you try adding contacts? I have iphone4s and I never had a problem like this when adding contacts(I'm pretty sure iphone4 and 4s aren't so much different from each other). Try to make sure you have ...
The closest thing to a generic solution is Shane Celis's contacts command available at http://gnufoo.org/contacts/. This is also available as a package in homebrew, which can be installed with: $ brew install contacts There are other options that may also work for you. Contacts just stores info in a sqlite database so you can access it with the sqlite ...
Here is another way. You can backup your contacts from your iPhone to pc first, then import them to Gmail. I always backup notes and contacts with Gmail, but i backup them to pc using Syncios sometimes. Using Syncios, you can choose which one to be exported as well. You may have a try.
I suppose you could only upload the vCard somewhere and link to it from your document (note: only iOS 7 supports opening vCards that way afaik)
If you have a Microsoft Exchange account (which I presume you have as you have a Windows Phone) or any other major account (eg. Yahoo) then it is fairly easy. Go into System Preferences/Internet Accounts and select your account type. Put in you username and password and select the apps you want to sync. Viola! Your contacts and calendar are now synced ...
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