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Сonvert vCards into suitable for Nokia Series 30+ format
r"""
vCard_S30.py -- Convert vCards into suitable for Nokia Series 30+ format, or
How to solve the only one phone number per contact problem.
1) Import contacts "contacts.vcf" from Google account (vCard format).
2) Place it beside this script.
3) Run the script with Python 2.7.
4) Copy the result "backup.dat" into "Backup" folder on the phone SD card.
5) Restore contacts from backup on the phone.
Tested on Nokia 220.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2016 in4lio@gmail.com
"""
import sys
import os
CARD = """
BEGIN:VCARD
VERSION:2.1
FN:%s
TEL;VOICE;CELL:%s
END:VCARD
"""
cp = sys.stdout.encoding if sys.stdout.encoding else 'utf8'
sou = map( str.strip, open( './contacts.vcf' ).read().splitlines())
res = open( './backup.dat', 'w' )
err = 0
for s in sou:
if s == 'BEGIN:VCARD':
print '{',
fn = ''
tel = []
mark = 'FN:'
elif s == 'END:VCARD':
print '}'
if not fn:
print '#### ERROR: NO NAME ####'
err += 1
elif not tel:
print '#### ERROR: NO PHONE ####'
err += 1
else:
for i, t in enumerate( tel ):
res.write( CARD % ( fn + ( ' %d' % i if i else '' ), t ))
elif s.startswith( mark ):
if len( s ) > len( mark ):
fn = s.split( ':', 1 )[ 1 ]
print s.decode( 'utf8' ).encode( cp, 'replace' ),
else:
mark = 'ORG:'
elif s.startswith( 'TEL' ):
tel.append( s.split( ':', 1 )[ 1 ])
print s,
res.close()
print '#### DONE ####'
if err:
print '%d ignored contact(s)' % err
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graphikev May 4, 2017

Works also with Nokia 150, but put backup.dat file on SD card root, not in Backup folder :)

Works also with Nokia 150, but put backup.dat file on SD card root, not in Backup folder :)

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yoelk Nov 16, 2017

Thanks a lot!
Worked like a charm

yoelk commented Nov 16, 2017

Thanks a lot!
Worked like a charm

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