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I just purchased a new phone--after putting in sims card from previous phone--my new phone deleted all of my saved messages in my text file--is there some way to retrieve them

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You need to download data recovery tool that has software to recover your data on PC. THEN CONNECT YOUR PHONE TO PC AND START RECOVERY PROCESS.

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SOURCE: deleted text messages

If they were deleted you can't recover the messages.

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SOURCE: can i retrieve deleted text messages from the sim card of a sanyo scp-7050

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SOURCE: cant save text messages to memory card!!!

easy there should be an option to save both to phone and memory (depending on what phone you have) just click on both and you shouldnt have a problem

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SOURCE: How can i retrieve deleted text messages, files and documents?

You may take a look at this HTC data recovery guide that helped me before
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hope this helps.

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I forgot my puk code


Does this help? I have copied and pasted it from the www.att.com Support tab under the Wireless heading. I searched for Obtain PUK code.

Obtain a PUK Code

Instructions: When the error message "ENTER PUK CODE" is shown on the screen of the device:
  1. Log into myAT&T.
  2. Select Wireless from the myAT&T tab at the top of the page.
  3. Select Phone/Device.
  4. Click Unblock SIM Card.
  5. A new page will open, containing the PUK code for your phone. Enter the code on your phone's screen to unblock the SIM and create a new PIN.
Unblock SIM Card
  1. Enter the eight-digit PUK code on the phone, then press OK/Yes.
    Note: Some Motorola phone users need to enter **05* if "enter PUK" is not already displayed. After entering **05*, enter the eight-digit PUK code and press OK.
  2. Select a new PIN code, then press OK/Yes.
  3. Re-enter the PIN code, then press OK/Yes.
  4. If the codes were entered successfully, the phone is ready for use.
If the incorrect PUK code is entered 10 times in a row, the SIM card becomes permanently locked and a new SIM card must be purchased. If the device is requesting PUK2, call Customer Care at 800-331-0500.

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How to Recover Deleted Text Messages from an iPhone SIM Card?


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We often meet these awkward accidents inour daily lives. Mistakenly deleted important text messages that includingmeeting spot, dating time, etc. or sometime, Phone dropped down with allcontact numbers missing. If you have saved the information on your iPhone SIMcard, you are lucky, you can get them back for SIM card doesn't erase a fileimmediately once you deleted it. It just make vacant for subsequent file. Unlessthe space is overwritten by new data, your old deleted files like text message,contact number, etc. are still there and can be retrieved.

Causesof losing text messages or contact numbers:
1. Mistakenly press "delete" button;
2. Mobile phone broken and lose data including text message, contact numbers;
3. Mobile phone was drop down to water(most common cases)
4. Improperly operate mobile phone

Preparationfor text message recovery

Before retrievingdeleted text message from SIM card, we should prepare two things: SIM CardReader, SIM Card Data Recovery software. SIM Card Reader is a small device thatplugs into your computer's USB port, some phone own that when purchased theproduct, if not, you can find it at your local electronics store or anywhereonline. For SIM Card Data Recovery, there are various options. Card DataRecovery is the most acceptable one for its easy to use interface as well asreasonable price.

Howto get back deleted text messages?

1. Download Card Data Recovery andinstall it on your PC(Note: this programonly works under Windows, not Mac or Linux)
2.
Remove SIM card from youriPhone, in many cases, SIM card was located on the back of the battery. Slideit out of its place.
3.
Put SIM card in card reader andconnect it to your computer's USB port. Make sure the card reader can read SIMcard.
4. Run Card Data Recovery, you cansee SIM card show as a drive letter in the explorer, select it and click "recoverall". All missed information will be recovered within minutes.

Besides recovering text messages, lostmusic, video or contact number in damaged SIM card also can be recovered.

Mobilephone with SIM card supported:
iPhone, Android,Blackberry, HTC, Vertu, Nokia, Sony Experia, phone Samsung, Motorola, etc.

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How do i retrieve deleted messages to and from 8018373722






Things You'll Need
  • SIM card recovery kit
Instructions
    • 1 Purchase a SIM card recovery kit, which are available at spy and gadget websites such as BrickHouseSecurity.com or directly from the manufacturer at Dekart.com
    • 2 Install the software on your computer by inserting the disk that comes with the kit into your computer and following the prompts.
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    • 3 Take out the SIM card on your phone. Remove the back of the casing and look for a white, rectangular piece of plastic that sits inside of a small metal holder. Lift up the holder and slide the card out.
    • 4 Put the card into the USB card-reading device packaged in your kit.
    • 5 Attach the USB cable to your computer.
    • 6 Launch the software program, go to "File" and select "Download text messages".
    • 7 Undelete selected messages by right-clicking on the messages in red and choosing "Undelete".

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Yes you will lose the text messages stored on the phone,but you wont loose the one stored on the Sim card.

Some text messages are stored in the Sim memory,you wont lose these messages

Cheers

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My LG Vu locked and asks for the PUK Code. ?????


You probably need to get a new SIM card from your cellular carrier. AT&T had the following info online about this...

Obtain a PUK Code







Goal:
Obtain a PUK Code
Enter a PUK Code
Fact:
GSM
PIN Unlock Key (PUK)
PUK (Personal Identification Number Unblocking Key)
Symptom:
Error: "Enter PUK Code"
Fix:
When the error message "ENTER PUK CODE" is shown on the screen of the device:
Log into the myWireless Account section of wireless.att.com
Click on PHONE/DEVICE.

Click the Unblock SIM Card link.

Follow the instructions on the pop-up page.

NOTE: Entering the incorrect code more than 10 times will cause the SIM card to be permanently locked and will require purchase of a replacement SIM card. To buy a new SIM, please visit a store near you.

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