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Convert Sony Ericsson mobile phone backup to vCard contacts.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

phoneMiner is probably your best shot if you are trying to recover your contacts data (.vcf) from older Sony Ericsson backup (.dbk). Except for that, you can try contact Sony Ericsson support or some specialized fan forums for this brand of mobile devices to see if they have some solution for this.

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A backup and recovery software for smartphones

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Additional links: Open dbk file, Open vcf file


Files with dbk extension can be often found as phone backups made using Sony Ericsson PC Suite.


Files with vcf extension are almost always contacts saved in vCard format. Typically used various Personal Information Managers or e-mail clients (for example Outlook), as well as exported from mobile phones, for the purposes of sharing or migrating contacts from one device to another.


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