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Galaxy S I9000 Q&A - xda-developers - forum.xda-developers.com
Hi, I was using CM7 and yesterday morning when I woke up, it was stuck in bootloop at startup screen. I took a nandroid backup and cleared factory data options and installed new CM7.1 version (clearing cache or dalvik cache or reinstalling CM7 didnt help, hence had to clear factory data)

Now I have already used unyaffs to get the extracted contact2.db and contacts2.db-shm and contacts2.db-wal files... however pasting them in the com.android.providers.contacts\databases folder (using root explorer) gives me only 11 contacts instead of the 300+ it is supposed to have

I opened the contacts2.db file in notepad and I can see references to names and numbers in whatever sqlite format it is supposed to be... so my simple question now is.. is there any way to get the .db file to .vcf format or any other format usable by my phone ?

P.S. - No I did not use the google syncing feature or kies backup
Date: Jun 23, 2013    Labels: Samsung


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