As this is a statement I clicked on it to find the answer, now I'll have to look somewhere else.
You can do a two step process of syncing your contacts with your mail client on your computer and then sycing your computer with your blackberry. However, if you really want a great experience using google products on a phone, get rid of the blackberry and go with an Android based device. Contacts sync perfectly between gmail and android.
by StricktlyDating 5 years ago
How to un-sync your Facebook contacts on an Android phone?I use the Facebook Android App (On a HTC cell) and it has sync'd all of my facebook contacts - added their phone numbers to my phone, and their Birthdays to my calandar, and I don't want all of my Facebook Friends mobile phone...
by ronaks 7 years ago
Google Contact Sync download contacts with "No Name"I have installed Google contact Sync app, but when I syn contacts, it misses the name of the contacts. All the contacts come as "No Name". Am I missing something?
by mrpopo 7 years ago
How to transfer old iPhone contacts to my new iPhone?I recently got a new iPhone and am wondering how I could transfer all of my previous contacts to it. If I sync it to iTunes will it erase all of the previous contacts or what?
by Joelle Burnette 14 months ago
Put forth your strongest case for owning (or not owning) one or the other...a Blackberry or an iPhone.
by Marcy Goodfleisch 4 years ago
Google is apparently extending its reach even further into our lives. They sent a notification today that when we compose emails in Gmail, they will 'suggest' possible recipients based on our G+ circles. This, of course, implies that anyone in those circles will also get prompts to include us...
by Janis Leslie Evans 3 years ago
What's the best device for a Blackberry user to upgrade to: Android or iPhone?I'm ready to let go of my beloved Blackberry. What device would be the easiest for me to transition to? I'm old school and secretly hate technology gadgets and apps I probably won't use. I also need something I can see on...
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