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Unfortunately, we do not know about any possible spb to vfc conversion. However, it may be possible that you were looking for a way how to export contacts (vcard .vcf files) out of Samsung backups (.spb). In that case please refer to the spb to vcf conversion entry.

Updated: May 23, 2018

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

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Additional links: spb file extension details, vfc file extension details

SPB

Files with spb file extension is mainly known to be used for a contact backup exported by Samsung Kies management software for various Samsung smart phones.

Files with spb extension can also be found as some sort of old data files from SpareBrains program developed by Lloyd Shelby

Files with spb suffix can also be found as special instructor assistant books from ToolBook e-learning software.

Files with spb file extension are associated with the Flight Simulator X mission data.

VFC

Files with vfc suffix can be sometimes found as cover page data files from the VentaFax software.

 

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