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My ex blocked me on her iPhone. I have an iPhone too and I need to get a very important text to her. Is there anyway I can make that happen?

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Not if she blocked you.

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it depends on whether you sync your phone to a pc on a regular basis and backup your data. Unlike a computer which you can just restore to a previous date and be able to access uncorrupted or deleted data, I believe a cellphone deletes any information that you physically delete. I had a MDA Vario and there was a trashbin where you could access deleted stuff if you hadn't emptied trash, but if you don't have this on the android, i dont think you can access that info if theres no backup that you initiated on a computer.

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