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Hello, i dropped my phone galaxy 3 on the ground, now it wont turn on.I have all my contacts and pics and music on it.Is there a way to retrieve my data?


try asking the carrier that is your cell supplier if they can put it onto your phone via a computer - most can do

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Cell wont completely log on


try holding vol+ and home buttons down then push and also hold the power button.
this brings up a menu that may fix the prob.
do not factory reset though as this will delete pics and music and all docs

Dec 31, 2013 | Samsung Cell Phones

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How to retrieve photos from broken cell phone


The best way to retrieve photos from cell phone is to follow a good mobile phone data recovery guide, check out this one
Recover files from mobile phone
hope this helps.

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To recover deleted pics from phone


Hi, there

Yes, you have great possibility to retrieve the pics deleted or formatted from cellphone. Those pics are still in the memory of your phone just not visible, and pics data are waiting to be written over by new data. So from now on don't use your cellphone to take more pics.

Then the best way to retrieve your deleted pics is to use some picture recovery programs. Recommended one is this photo recovery program. Here is the steps you may refer while retrieve your deleted pics from your phone memory.

1. Download and install this photo recovery program called asoftech photo recovery on your computer. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Asoftech-Photo-Recovery/126127714100611?sk=info
2. With your phone memory inserted, Under "My Computer", note the drive letter assigned to your phone's memory card (usually G: or H:).
3. Start the program and select the drive letter that assigned to the memory, click "Start".
4. Now the scanning process will start automatically to look for the deleted pictures. You will then get a list of all recoverable ones.
5. Select the pictures you want and click "Recover" and you can get back deleted pictures from your phone successfully.

Jan 25, 2011 | Samsung SGH-A877 Impression Cell Phone

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My touch screen is not working in any way and i need some kind of way to retrieve contacts pictures and just all the files


dear sir,
kindly connect your mobile to p,c via p.c suite provided with along the phone.....
install the cd given in the box in your p.c and then connect your samsung mobile to p.c in phone mode and not in usb mode................
then you can syncgronise all of ur messages,contacts,pic,videos to ur p.c
thank you...take care

Oct 01, 2010 | Samsung SGH-A877 Impression Cell Phone

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Is there a way to retrieve deleted photos from this phone


You need to have a "Data Recovery Software" to bring the pics back. you can get it as freeware or buy them from e-bay.
just make sure that to increase the chances of bringing the deleted pics back donot format or copy some other stuff on the memory card.

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MMS troubles Samsung SGH A701


you will need to have the settings sent to your phone by the carrier
save the settings then send a pic to yourself

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