Question about Apple iPhone 5S
I deleted an important missed call number on my iPhone 5s. When I was ready to save it as a contact, and call it back. I mistakenly deleted it. I've waited for a whole day, but the caller didn't call me again.
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Posted on Sep 30, 2017
If you lose the contacts on your iPhone 5s, you can use a data recovery software to help you recover the lost files like contatcs, it is very useful.
And you need to launch the software on computer, then through the USB cable to link the phone with computer.
In the end, you can mark the deleted ones to recover on your iPhone easily.
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Posted on Sep 30, 2017
To restore lost call number from iPhone 5S, the best way you can use is iOS Data Recovery tool. It helps us get access to all call numbers and list them on program window. Then we can easily choose them to recover. https://www.coolmuster.com/ios-recovery/how-to-restore-deleted-contacts-on-iphone.html
Posted on Sep 22, 2017
You cannot restore/recover a deleted call record on the iphone .
Posted on Jun 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn off the iPhone before inserting the sim, insert sim, turn on, import contacts. If you put the sim in the phone without restarting it for some reason it doesn't get all the contacts sometimes.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
Get the USB cord to connect the iPhone to the computer and start iTunes but do not connect the iPhone yet. Hold the home button and on/off button together for 5 sec as the iphone is booting (apple logo appears on iphone screen). The iPhone will then turn off (black screen, Apple logo disappears). Hold down the home button and then, as you keep holding it, plug in the USB cord. The Iphone should now turn on, the apple logo should appear. After 7-10 sec a usb connector symbol should appear on the screen. You are now in recovery mode. The iphone should connect to iTunes and let you restore. If the restore is not successful you may have a hardware issue (def. logic board). There is an iPhone Repair Guide that shows how to open an iphone if you want to attempt a self-repair, parts are easily available on Ebay.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
SOURCE: iphone will not restore
try respring it (central + power buttons together and then connect to iTunes in safe mode,choose full restore (it will erase everything but if you have back up can be restored).
Posted on May 12, 2009
Syncing contacts through Yahoo is very easy. Its a drop down option in itunes, once you select it it will prompt you for your Yahoo username and password. Once you enter that you are set and it will update every time you sync. Its the way that I went because I don't use outlook for anything.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
Well, your SIM card must be compatible to your iphone carrier. From what I understand, so far only AT&T is able to give out SIMs for iPhones; however, that may have changed to the addition of another carrier (perhaps Verizon, or so I hear) If you have the correct SIM card, then I would suggest that you go to your nearest wireless store and ask for one that may help your situation. Otherwise, if you don't want to do that then just unlock your phone :) There are videos on youtube that you can look at, programs that you have to download and what not, but it's doable.... or you can take it to a side stand wireless and have them unlock it for you :)
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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