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How to recover a deleted message on an ATLINKS USA, INC, MODEL 25861GE3-A digital telephone answering machine

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how do you check my messages from another location?

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I would doubt it.
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Hello, Please don't give me bad marks for being candid and honest, and the bearer of bad news. I have been personally offered up to $5000 to retrieve a legal issue, and many offers over the last 20 years to help recover loved ones voices on digital answering machines. And I am sorry to say that I have never been able to. You see when the memory is stored, its not imprinted on a disc or tape, it is stored on chips in a binary code. If it was permanently imprinted, like a disc or a tape it can be extracted under the right conditions, even if "deleted", everyone watches CSI right? But in the case of answering machines and many other logic devices, the chips that hold this data are very limited in their retention, and the data is not imprinted, being held by a thread of small voltage when the power is off. Some devices have methods to "dump" the old data (such as scrolling the caller id to a certain amount), and some answering machines merely "shut down" and reboot when their memory is exceeded. But in the digital answering machine, there are two ways people lose their messages, and they are gone forever I am sorry to say. If they delete the messages or greetings, the circuits "flush" out the old data, and wait for new data, and its gone. This feature is actually needed to prevent everyones machines from filling up the memory, and then shutting down. The other reason is that they were saving messages, and the machine "lost" them, or will not run at all from a power surge. The first problem is most likely from a loss of voltage from a backup battery, super capacitor, or an error that needed to be fixed by a self boot sequence(and flushing of data). The second failure is normally catastrophic and when the hardware is damaged and needs repair(if it can be repaired), it has to be re-initialized to reboot and function properly, thus flushing out any old data, and loading the default program. Normally most failures, even minor, will short the power of the device, which provides the chips with the tiny voltage to hold the data. Sometimes theres a battery or a super capacitor to hold the voltage, and "flash" memory, which are all not having the data imbedded in the memory material. I do have a little good news. With my experience, I have found, and recommend that people purchase an old fashioned standard tape machine and use it as a answering machine, or as a recorder for those precious messages and greetings. Sorry I wish I had a silver bullet. CG

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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nope, you are pretty much SOL

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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Manual - http://support.radioshack.com/support_phones/doc65/65505.pdf

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Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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CAN A DELETED MESSAGE GET RECOVERED IF IT HAS NOT BEEN RECORDED OVER? WHAT KIND OF EXPERT CAN DO THIS? MESSAGE DELETED FROM A ATLINKS USA 25861GE3-A TELEPHONE ANSWERING MACHINE.


I know forensic detectives can retrieve lots of data and also spoken messages on tape, when needed, but these guys (there are women to) are not cheap. I think the tech also wants to know where the message is (was) stored, on a tape or in a digital memory. Put the brand and model in your question, and use google like this:
"how to retreve a deleted message on a BRAND, MODEL phone"

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The remote access instructions begin on the fifth column of the 29888 manual.

Feb 24, 2012 | GE 29888GE1 Digital Answering Machine

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Is a way to recover deleted answering machine messages?


The link to the manual:

http://telephones.att.com/docMgt/public/art/162/1717_manual.pdf

Have reviewed and it depends on if it was a saved message or if it was just in the in box with all being deleted.

Read the manual carefully.

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David

Jan 10, 2010 | AT&T 1717 Digital Answering Machine

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I have a GE 2.4ghz answering machine, model Atlinks USA, Inc. model number 27995ge1-a. We lost power to the phone and when the power came back, the answering maching is now speaking spanish. How do I...


1. Press the FLASH/program button until 1ENG 2FRA 3ESP shows in the display.
2. Use the CID/VOL (left or right arrow) button or the handset number pad to
select 1 (English), 2 (French), or 3 (Spanish). The default setting is "1ENG".
3. Press the FLASH/program button to confirm and to advance to the next menu
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You can download the manual at
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Message center of GE Phone Mod. No. 29897GE1-A by ATLINKS USA,Inc


I wish I had a solution for you.  My Uncle has the same problem and the manual instructs to unplug/replug the machine and then reset the date and time.  He has done that for a while and now even that isn't fixing the problem.  I find this to be highly unacceptable.  I'm planning to get him another phone that WON'T be GE.  

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how do you check my messages from another location?

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I have a V-Tech T2452 cordless telephone answering machine


This problem really cannot be solved. Once a message has been deleted, there is no way to get it back.

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