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Unfortunately this depends on how you stored the contacts and where you deleted them from. Contacts can be stored on the SIM card or directly in the phones memory. You can also move and copy the contacts both ways. If you go into your address book, and select the menu option (typically the top left button), you should see something about SIM management. This option will allow you to try and retrieve what contacts you may have on the SIM card. Hopefully all you did was delete the contacts on the phone itself, and you still of most of them on the SIM.
1. From the standby screen (the first screen when you open your phone), go to the menu. 2. Scroll to the address book and press select. 3. Scroll to the address you wish to copy (or any address if you want to copy all of them) and press the menu key. 4. Go down to copy and press select.
5. Select "Entries" to copy just that one entry or "All to SIM" if you
want to copy all your addresses to your SIM card, or "All to Phone" if
you want to copy them all to your phone. 6. Select Merge or
Override. Merge will combine any addresses that are already on your
card with the ones you are now copying, Override will replace anything
that is already there with the ones you are now copying. Be careful in
deciding which you want to do since Override will delete anything
previously saved and merge will duplicate any that were already saved
and are being saved again.
you need to get Motorola tools and a data cable so you can plug the data cable into your computer and cell phone. Once connected with MOTOROLA TOOLS you will be able to access both your Phone and SIM card data. You can copy all your data ro your PC and you can print what you want.
You can get a trial version of Motorola Tools that will be good for anywhere from 10 to 30 days off the internet or you can buy "MOTOROLA TOOLS" for v3 online for anywhere from $10 to $30. A data cable can also be purchased online for about $5 to $10.
If you delete the number in your phone phone book and you use SIM card then there is nothing to worry, just retrieve it from your SIM but if it is in your main phone memory then only one lucky way is check your recent call history to see the delete number is still there or check on call out numbers and received numbers. Only those areas which you may be able to retrieve. Good Luck