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Can I move text messages from my phone's internal memory to a memory card on a Samsung A-707?

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Your phone can't use the mini SD card as internal memory. Your internal memory has to many apps, and to much data. (pictures, notes and messages) You should clear up the internal memory, by deleting apps and data. Most Samsung apps you can't delete. The modern phones already have apps, exceeding 10 Gb. So if you bought a 16 Gb phone only 5 Gb is left for you to use for apps. I'm sorry, but the SD cards should be seen as an external hard disk, not as internal memory.
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Either connect the phone straight to a PC using a USB cable (if supplied with the phone) or take the card out and put it in a card reader attached to the PC. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in Windows Explorer.


Then try some data recovery software on the PC. This should recognise the phone or card and then you can scan it using the free download of some good data recovery software. That will show you what files still exist on the phone or card and what can be recovered.
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Restore deleted text messages


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I'm sorry to hear your misfortune, below is some software that will help you.

Memory card data restore software

No free software for SIM Card Data Recovery

As far as I know there is no known software for recovering deleted data from the internal memory of the phone.
Messages should have been stored in one place or the other not both.

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