From Motorola Mobility LLC:
One of the biggest pains of a new phone is losing some of your important stuff. Now you can move your photos, videos, SIM contacts and even your call and text historyfrom your old Android phone to your new Motorola phone in just a few steps, wirelessly. If you have a Motorola phone that comes with Motorola Migrate pre-installed, download this app on your old Android phone (2.2 or later) to enable transferring its content to that Motorola phone. Motorola Migrate transfers media from devices with Android 2.2 (Froyo) and above to Motorola phones that come with Migrate pre-installed.Recent changes:Minor bug fixesMinor changes to textContent rating: Everyone
That it can transfer a limited set of contact details from an old Nokia 'dumbphone' to Android/Google
Only a small proportion of the contact info is transferred (please see below)
At first, I was so delighted to find something that could transfer my 750 contacts from my old Nokia 6300 onto my new Moto G XT1068. It seemed so straightforward; set up a bluetooth pairing, Migrate sent an application, presumably Symbian friendly, onto the Nokia which I ran, and all the contacts appeared on my Moto G and Google account... until I looked in detail. Several contacts were missed but there is no indication of which ones. ONLY telephone numbers were transferred, all the addresses, emails, notes, birthdays, types of number (home, work, mobile) etc were ignored. Somehow Migrate managed to not transfer my most important numbers as I discovered when I had to urgently contact my sister the next day. This software is not fit for purpose and Motorola should be ashamed of issuing it. An eight year old could have written a better application. I now have to go through and manually compare each contact on both the new phone and the old one. By the time I finish, it'll be time to upgrade again.