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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the Memory card and DO NOT WRITE ANY DATA TO IT.
Insert into a memory card reader.
Download a utility such as paragon drive utilities or my personal favourite (Restorer 2000.)
You will need to mount the drive using the program.
The Application will scap the drive for deleted data.
Select the deleted file(s) and restore to a folder of your choice.
NB. This will only work if you have not written to the card since you deleted the photos.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
Ciphering is mainly caused due to old sim cards,remove your sim and
reinsert it.If the problem still persists,go to the customer care
center of the operator and ask for new sim with the same number ,you
would probably get this for free .Insert the new sim and see to it that
the problem is gone now
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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