How to Backup Cell Phone Contacts

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My main worry about losing my phone has not much to do with the physical phone itself – but rather the fear of losing my long list of contacts which I have built up over the years.

Zyb is a free international service which allows you to backup and/or sync your phone’s contacts and calendar to their site. After giving it a whirl, I would have to say this is by far the most elegant and smooth backup I have ever done with my phone. The step by step guidance of the site was excellent, and in under 5 minutes I had backed up all 400+ of my contacts.

More than a mere backup tool, this is an excellent way to transfer contacts across phones, and you’ll never have to go through the pain of manually entering in contacts on a new phone again. Zyb currently also allows sharing and syncing of contacts with other users, and now even supports importing from other sources like Outlook and Google Calendar.

Don’t fret over lost contacts – Backup your phone and sleep easy.

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Bonus cell phone tip #2: If you’re worried about losing your cell, HongKiat.com takes a look at a novel way to track it down!

How do you backup your cell phone data? Let us know in the comments!

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465 Replies to “How to Backup Cell Phone Contacts”

  1. If you are using Verizon and are a “MyAccount” customer you can use Backup Assistant (normally $1.99/month) for free. You can schedule automated backups – mine happen in the wee hours of the morning. You can also log in and manually enter numbers rather than using the keypad on your phone. Print lists and other features are available.
    I hadn’t heard of Zyb. – nice find!

  2. dude not bad sync backup ….if tried to sync it with my RAZR V3xx dint get to back up my contacts though…it just backed up 1 contact # which was my phone number…

    well but not bad if i get to make it working….i guess i missed out on somethin somwhere in the configuration, but ill do play around and see if i get to have it workin …we’ll let you know ;)

  3. hey thanks,, its fun doing it the zyb way,the design is nice, usability is good and the content is all clear and neat..it took me couple of min to get started …thumbs up for this one

    1. Hello, i just recieved a new motorola motoblur ? anyway is there a way to connect mt AT&T phone to my computer and get a copy of all my contacts downloaded from phone to computer / then maybe later reload them to my new phone / thank you for any help

  4. ZYB requires SyncML Client on your cellphone to use it. Most newer cellphones have it. Check the Compatible Phones list at ZYB.COM, or SyncML Client on your cellphone.

  5. I have recently seen this new way to backup all your data, contact, docs, photos on your mobile device wirelessly to their server and for only $3 a month. It has a GPS function in case you loose you phone and can also lock the phone to prevent info thieft. Here is the site

    http://www.cybersynchs.com

  6. There is a lot of ways, but the easiest one and the one i use is a new device called the backup-pal, it cost something like 50 bucks. The majority of people says they are more bothered about loosing their contacts than there actual cell phone, and let me tell you the cellphone cost much more than 50 bucks ! :P you can have a look at it here http://www.amazon.com/BackupPal it runs super smooth and i find it’s the kind of “special gift” someone is not waiting for on christmas :P and that i would looove to receive lOl ! but i already have it so :P

  7. hmm from my point of view BitPim is a program that allows s to view and manipulate data on many CDMA phones from LG, Samsung and other manufacturers. This includes the PhoneBook, Calendar, WallPapers, Ring Tones and the File system for most Qualcomm CDMA chipset based phones.
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  8. hey me having sony T715 as my mob not wrking & not even keypad ..so how should i get my phone contacts to ma pc… i tried by usb data cable but harluk din wrk….plzz suggesttttttttt..

  9. hey me having sony T715 as my mob not wrking & not even keypad ..so how should i get my phone contacts to ma pc i tried by usb data cable but harluk din wrk.plzz suggesttttttttt..

  10. I have Nokia e71 and i have backed up my contacts using Bondaii app. It is also possible to search address book on the Bondaii web site. I like it very much!

  11. Hi everyone, I personally like CellPhonecontacts.com a Free and Secure Cell Phone Contacts Management website, it has a very easy to use interface, similar to the iphone4 contacts management, which lets you view and edit contacts by letter or search for words and even add extensive notes to each of your contacts, for me this is a great option, ok take care folks !!

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