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Adding or Editing Contacts on Your Phone From a Computer

Connect your phone to the computer and install Nokia PC Suite if you haven’t already.

In the Nokia PC Suite, click on Contacts:


The Nokia Phone Browser will launch. It’ll look like this:


Click on the Create New Contact icon:


Enter a contact’s details in the fields:


(This is useful when you’re having to enter a complicated or long email for posting from your mobile phone.)

Click save:


The contact should now have been saved to your phone:


Click OK and then Close:


That’s it.

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