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Backup Your phone numbers, contacts, calendar events, tasks, applications & notes.

Started by: danielclo1il
On: 30/06/2010 | 02:11
Replies: 15
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by: danielclo1il
on: 30/06/2010 | 02:11 edited: 30/06/2010 | 15:57

If you lose, damage or upgrade your phone you can quickly & easily recover your saved contact numbers, and any other saved data onto the new handset – so you'll never have to worry about losing important contact information again.

Numbers Vault™ provides secure backup and storage of your saved data which includes; phone numbers, contacts, calendar events, tasks, applications & notes.

 

 

To download your contact names and telephone numbers go to CPP Data Backup Service and enter promotional code ‘natad’

 

Best Of All, Its FREE

Thanks
Dann




Message 1 of 16
by: syorksdeano
on: 30/06/2010 | 09:18

I assume that no cost is involved in the setup?

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Message 2 of 16
by: cgf
on: 30/06/2010 | 10:02 edited: 30/06/2010 | 10:04

Looked like it was a charge when I looked earlier this morning, granted it was early early Smiley Happy I also did not like their terms and conditions. They will just terminate the service if they want and then your stuff is gone. They also track your browsing. I'd suggest reading them as I thought they were poor and intrusive for a paying service.

 

I posted about dropbox on here a while back. I use that to store my backup created by the phone tools, also on phone memory card, plus locally. My guess is if I loose it after all those backups I pretty much couldnt avoid it Smiley Happy Smiley Happy It maybe useful to you.

 

Security, passwords, DropBox + KeePass X

 

Message 3 of 16
by: syorksdeano
on: 30/06/2010 | 10:06

I use Nokia's Ovi Suite to back up all my stuff, then that file is copied onto a usb stick.  Lot cheaper

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Message 4 of 16
by: cgf
on: 30/06/2010 | 10:13

 


@syorksdeano wrote:

I use Nokia's Ovi Suite to back up all my stuff, then that file is copied onto a usb stick.  Lot cheaper


 

if you attached it as a file in keepassX the file would then be encrypted . Thats assuming you dont already use it Smiley Happy

 

Message 5 of 16
by: jack17938
on: 30/06/2010 | 12:10

 

I find the easiest thing is just to keep your phone and Outlook in sync. That is what I do - and everything that cannot be synced with Outlook [via Ovi] I store on my memory stick.

This worked for me when I had to send my poor E63 into the evil 3 Repair Centre [even though I was not with 3, lol.]

 

 

Message 6 of 16
by: danielclo1il
on: 30/06/2010 | 15:39

 


@syorksdeano wrote:

I assume that no cost is involved in the setup?


nope, the code makes it free Smiley Happy

 

Thanks
Dann




Message 7 of 16
by: syorksdeano
on: 30/06/2010 | 15:54

Even better!

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Message 8 of 16
by: danielclo1il
on: 30/06/2010 | 16:02

 


@syorksdeano wrote:

Even better!


 

Yea!

Its the equivilent to apple's MobileMe!

Thanks
Dann




Message 9 of 16
by: free_bee
on: 30/06/2010 | 21:43

You can also sign up to Vodafone 360 and use its backup facility. You don't need to be a Vodafone customer to do this. It's free.

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