Backup contacts, calendar, tasks and notes from Nokia 6233

Nokia 6233

Available guides for synchronization to the secure cloud

Supported functions

  • contact synchronization
  • calendar synchronization
  • task synchronization
  • note synchronization

Nokia 6233 is supported on PhoneCopy. Please note that following settings may vary a little depending on the firmware version.

Confirmed models

nokia 6233

Confirmed versions

v 05.60 14-09-07 rm-145 (c) n..
v 05.43 30-03-07 rm-145 (c) n..
v 05.10 21-12-06 rm-145 (c) n..
v 04.91 25-09-06 rm-145 (c) n..
v 04.52 06-07-06 rm-145 (c) n..
v 03.70 15-05-06 rm-145 (c) n..


Someone just used PhoneCopy for backup of Nokia 6233 in country Sudan. His contacts were backed up.
Someone just used PhoneCopy for backup of Nokia 6233 in country Sierra Leone. His contacts were backed up.
We just got first user of this model in Ghana! Someone just backed up his contacts.
Even in Austria we have a user with Nokia 6233 phone. He backs up his contacts.
We detected PhoneCopy app on Nokia 6233 phone in Nepal. All contacts were backed up.

Nokia 6233 users around the world

Nokia 6233 is often used by PhoneCopy users in countries like Sierra Leone - 33.33%, Ghana (Gaana, Gana) - 22.22%, Sudan (As-Sudan, السودان) - 22.22%, Nepal (Nepāl, नेपाल) - 11.11%, Austria (Österreich) - 11.11%.

On the map

Following heat map illustrates share between users around the world synchronizing their Nokia 6233 using PhoneCopy.

Text guideline - How to backup

With Nokia 6233

  1. Press Menu and choose Settings - Configuration - Personal config. sett..
  2. Press Options and choose Add new - Synchronization and configure given fields.
    ▼ hide fields
    • Account name: Write PhoneCopy
    • Server address: Write
    • User name: your_username
    • Password: your_password
    • Contacts database:
      Database address
      Write contacts
      User name
      Leave empty.
      Leave empty.
    • Calendar database:
      Database address
      Write calendar
      User name
      Leave empty.
      Leave empty.
    • Notes database:
      Database address
      Write notes
      User name
      Leave empty.
      Leave empty.
    • Use pref. access pt.: If you want to use your preferred access point to connect to PhoneCopy, choose Yes, otherwise choose No and set up the access point in the next menu item Access point settings.
  3. Press Back, go to the name of the profile you have just created, press Options and choose Activate.
  4. Press Back twice.
  5. Choose Connectivity - Data transfer and go to Server sync but do not enter this item.
  6. Press Options - Edit - Sync settings and configure given fields.
    ▼ hide fields
    • Configuration: Choose Personal config. - Select.
    • Account: Choose Phonecopy - Select.
    • User name: Fill in your user name.
    • Password: Fill in your password.
  7. Press Back and choose Synchronized data.
  8. Mark the items you want to synchronize and press Done (or Back if you made no changes).
  9. If the cell phone asks you Save changes?, choose Yes.
  10. Press Done (or Back).
  11. Choose Server sync. Now you can start synchronizing with PhoneCopy.

If you need more help with the settings, visit our step by step screenshot guide.

And now please, assign your phone to your PhoneCopy account.

In the case of problems with synchronization, please contact us.

User comments

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  • I am trying to copy the contacts from an old Nokia 2760 phone to a Samsung Galaxy s6. Unfortunately, the service has been transferred to the s6 and the Nokia can no onger connect to the web in order to upload the contacts list. I have the Nokia PC backup file (*.nbu) on my PC. Is it possible to upload an *.nbu file to my PhoneCopy a/c and then download to the s6? Thanks. luciedavidson, 12/06/2016
    • No, we don't support .NBU file, but if you will export contacts from Nokia PC Backup to .VCF you can use PhoneCopy for Windows for uploading it to server. PhoneCopy support team, 13/06/2016
      • Thanks. Actually, I did it by using the Nokia PC software to create a *.csv file of the contacts on the Nokia phone. Then converting the *.csv to a *.vcf file using some free software I found on the web. Then emailing that to the Galaxy s6, and then importing it into the contacts. Seems like a simple generic way of transferring contacts from one mobile to another. luciedavidson, 13/06/2016
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