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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Deleted Number
FCC regulations have changed unbilled usage (meaning numbers you have called recently) can be retrieved you will have to contact your service provider and ask for details on where to view the call log (most likely it will be online) it usually takes at least 24 hours to be able to have it viewable online but this is the only way to retrieve it, the device does not have the option to once it is deleted.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
Unless you "sync'ed" with your desktop you cannot un-delete. Chances are that you didn't sync with your desktop, otherwise, you probably already know that you can restore from the desktop application and therefore wouldn't post the question. Following are some alternatives that may help you partially.
What you can do as an alternative is find it in your call history and use the menu buttons to "Add to Phonebook" and recreate the contact. This assumes you know the person's name and other contact info, but just want the phone number back.
Likewise, you should be able to find an old email and "Add to Phonebook" that user's email.
I hope that helps.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
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