The easiest way to move your contacts from Windows Mobile to Android (or just to Google in general):
While Booted into Windows Mobile:
- Download "Dotfred's PimBackup" (see below), it's a ZIP file, extract the one file in the ZIP to your storage card. If you can't unzip from your phone, do this step on a PC.
- Launch the application. Select the action "Backup" (should be default). Uncheck everything but "Contacts" then hit "Next > >"
- Uncheck everything but "Create temp files in memory", hit "Next > >" (very important, don't screw this part up!)
- Once the backup has completed, hit "Exit" on the bottom-left
Now connect the phone to your PC (or remove the SD card and put it in an adapter) in order to access the file PimBackup created:
- Look for a new file called "PIMBackup_xxxxxxxx.pib" (the 'x's will be numbers representing the date of the backup)
- Rename that file, changing the extension from ".pib" to ".zip", and open the ZIP file
- Extract the file "contacts_xxxxxxxx.csc" to somewhere on your computer, and change the extension from ".csc" to ".csv"
From here you can import the contacts into Google, but I *highly* suggest taking the time to perform a few extra steps to clean up the data a little bit.
Importing into Google
More Cleaning of the Data
You should open your CSV file in either Microsoft Excel, or OpenOffice.org Calc. The CSV is semicolon delimited, meaning you can't just straight up open these files and work with them, instead you have to perform a couple extra steps in either one:
On open of the CSV, check the "semicolon" box, uncheck all the rest.