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With SIM Manager, you can easily create, edit, and backup phonebook entries using your PC and stop typing in information using the mobile phone's keypad. Manage your PIN codes, transfer data from one SIM/USIM to another, backup and export/import all phonebook entries using any compatible smart card reader.
SIM Manager is an advanced SIM card management tool. It provides an easy way to organize the address-book of a SIM card, as well as process other data stored on the SIM, such as the SMS archive, the list of fixed dialing numbers, last dialed numbers, etc.
Highlights: Synchronize contacts between phones within an enterprise, regardless of which carrier different persons use, or which phone brand or model they prefer.
Synchronize the contacts of the SIM card with the contacts stored in the address book of an email client (e.g. Outlook, Lotus Notes, Eudora, etc.) or a desktop PIM application (e.g. Palm Desktop). This is achieved by exporting / importing the data using CSV files.
Backup a SIM card in order to easily restore the data if the card is lost, or if a copy needs to be made.
Update multiple address book entries at once, by adding or removing a phone prefix when traveling from one country to another.
Print reports that contain the address book entries, and other information that is stored on the SIM.
Change or disable the security codes (PIN1, PIN2), as well as unlock a SIM.
Obtain detailed information about the SIM card, such as the IMSI, ICCID, the ATR, the name of the mobile operator, etc.
SIM card manager is a Unicode application, meaning that it can correctly process names and texts that contain characters other than the ones in the Latin alphabet, regardless of the current regional settings of Windows.