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2011-03-23 11:38 PM
do you want to delete your contacts from your SIM Card or do you want to delete the contacts on your phone
"I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not." Kurt Cobain (1967-1994)
2011-03-24 01:18 PM
If you want to delete your contacts on the SIM, you will have download apps like Contacts2Sim (available for free from the Android Market), which provide such functionality.
2011-03-25 03:13 AM
yah just want to view and delee sim contacts...
plz tel me how to view sim contacts?? cannt i view without downloading any sw?
Message was edited by: piracyMAFIA
2011-03-25 05:09 AM
To just view SIM contacts, you will have to first import them. Open Contacts -> Press Menu -> Impot/export -> Import SIM Contacts.
This will import them to the Contacts App, where you can view.
2011-03-25 05:14 AM
It is not possible to view/edit/delete SIM contacts without installing a 3rd party app. The only way to 'see' them is by the suggestion provided by Iravie.
2012-07-30 04:10 PM
Dissapointed, there is no way to delete contacts from sim card.
This is a basic task for such smartphone like Xperia's.
2013-11-01 10:10 AM
Hi. I've been reading this post and someone says you have to download a 3rd party App to do this? RUBBISH! Follow these steps and you'll be able to do it. 3rd party app!! Durr!!
Tap on "contacts" from your home page, tap on the menu and you should get a drop down list, including "import contacts" " back up contacts" etc. Find the drop down option called "Filter" select this option. This will give you another drop down option, select "SIM contacts" and then tap "All contacts" Tap "Ok" and this will allow you to access every contact in your SIM, your free now to delete as necessary. I've got a Sony Experia T and this route worked fine. 3rd party App! Really! Do we not think Sony has enough gumpt to allow its customers to control their contacts without another 3rd party involvement? Course they will and this is how to do it. Hope it works for you. Thanks!
2014-09-08 10:49 AM - edited 2014-09-08 10:52 AM
There is no such "SIM contacts" option in the filter dropdown..
My phone is Xperia L