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Transfering data from Kyocera Marbl to Kyocera Wildcard

Hey Everybody,

I'm going to be getting a new cell phone after having a Marbl for about a year and a half. I've been with Virgin Mobile for the past three years, and the first two phones have died. My original, an Oystr wouldn't give me a display when it was opened all the way. My second, and current, the Marbl, has a big orange dot on the display which gets in the way at times.

So basically, I've ordered the Kyocera Wildcard after reading many positive things about it, the only negative thing I've read is that speaker phone isn't that great, but I won't be using speaker phone anyhow.

So now what I'd like to know is, when I get the wildcard, will I be able to transfer my backgrounds, screensavers, and ringtones, all items that I've purchased through Virgin Mobile, to my new Wildcard? They're all on the Marbl still. If I transfer SIM cards, will it transfer these items along with my contacts?

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