Currently Being ModeratedMar 7, 2012 10:36 AM (in response to Spalpinfanach)
You can sync them to the same computer running the same iTunes.
THe 'tedious but works' method is to mail them to yourself, one at a time, open the mail on the iPad and save them.
iCloud does work...that said it ate all my contacts off both my computer and my iPad, so you may want to consider backing them up somewhere just in case.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 23, 2012 5:19 AM (in response to Spalpinfanach)
access your contact. At the bottom of the contact choose "share contact", send it via message, click the contact on the message of ipad, then click establish new contact. All the info will be transferred.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 17, 2012 4:58 PM (in response to iahawk66)
What do you mean, "click the contact on the message of iPad"? I don't understand what that means or how to do it. I was doing fine up until that point. I am able to access a contact on my iPhone, hit "share contact" and send it via message - but where do I send it to? I am using an iPad 1 - can this be done with that?
Anyway, please explain what the heck you mean by "click the contact on the message of iPad."
Currently Being ModeratedDec 8, 2012 4:45 PM (in response to Tanker811)
Since you don't say what model, etc., if the iPad is WiFi only, make sure you are on a WiFi network.
Also, go to Settings > iCloud and make usre the Contacts button is switched ON, and in Settings > iCloud > Account be sure the account name and password are correct. Sometimes it helps to delete the password and reenter it to be sure it is correct.
If none of this helps, try a soft reset, or reboot some call it, by holding both the power and home buttons until the apple logo appears and it restarts...ignore the red slider if you get it.
Also, be sure the iCloud account info is correct and Contacts button are ON for the iPhone.