My sim card and phone has been damaged and is unusable, is there any way of retrieving stored information assigned to my number eg. inbox and outbox msgs. Is this information stored by my service provider (orange)? I am a pay as you go customer.
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make sure if sim reader is not pin damaged or water damaged? if problem persist i think you can connect your device without simcard and copy all data to your pc, then give some repairer to check maybe need to flash (if flash you will lose your data). or try to put your mobile without battery 2 days and then switch on to see may be this problem solves.with S.E. this problem a normal.
If you have a phone that is broken, a screen that is not working or just want to move phone numbers to a new phone, this article will help you do that.
If your phone numbers are stored on a external SD card you can plug the SD card into your computer or another phone to retrieve the numbers. You will need a SD card reader or a computer that already has one. Some newer laptops have a SD card reader. You can find external SD card readers at local electronics stores. I recommend visiting www.newegg.com(card reader examples) for your hardware needs. I have used this site extensively and the customer service, pricing and products are A+.
If your numbers are stored on the SIM card, you can move the SIM card to a new compatible phone. The SIM card generally contains your phone number and other account information from the phone carrier, however, you can use it to store phone contacts as well.
Your local phone dealer like AT&T or Verizon may be able to help you retrieve the data or move it to a new phone compatible phone.
Your contacts were stored to your SIM card that crashed when you entered the wrong password too many times. When you reach that point your SIM card burns out and no information can be retrieved. If it wasn't on your phone with the new SIM card there will be no way to retrieve them.
You need to adress to your cellular phone network provider informing them about the problem! They will restore your account and give you new sim card with the your previous number! All you need to do is to spend some time to adress them!
very un likely I'm afraid that the government and law enforcement are the only ones that have the technology to solve this problem wish i could give you better news but you are pretty much out of luck on this one.... please rate this anyway...thanks