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Text messages gone

I took my sim card out of my motorola L6 and when i put it back all my text messages had been delete. Also call log and received call information had been deleted. However, i still have my contacts and photos.

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When you take your battery out of your phone it automatically erases call log/sms etc unless you have saved them in a save folder.

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Cant recover my lost contacts after retrieving my sim!


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How to Recover Deleted Text Messages from an iPhone SIM Card?


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We often meet these awkward accidents inour daily lives. Mistakenly deleted important text messages that includingmeeting spot, dating time, etc. or sometime, Phone dropped down with allcontact numbers missing. If you have saved the information on your iPhone SIMcard, you are lucky, you can get them back for SIM card doesn't erase a fileimmediately once you deleted it. It just make vacant for subsequent file. Unlessthe space is overwritten by new data, your old deleted files like text message,contact number, etc. are still there and can be retrieved.

Causesof losing text messages or contact numbers:
1. Mistakenly press "delete" button;
2. Mobile phone broken and lose data including text message, contact numbers;
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Preparationfor text message recovery

Before retrievingdeleted text message from SIM card, we should prepare two things: SIM CardReader, SIM Card Data Recovery software. SIM Card Reader is a small device thatplugs into your computer's USB port, some phone own that when purchased theproduct, if not, you can find it at your local electronics store or anywhereonline. For SIM Card Data Recovery, there are various options. Card DataRecovery is the most acceptable one for its easy to use interface as well asreasonable price.

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1. Download Card Data Recovery andinstall it on your PC(Note: this programonly works under Windows, not Mac or Linux)
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Remove SIM card from youriPhone, in many cases, SIM card was located on the back of the battery. Slideit out of its place.
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Besides recovering text messages, lostmusic, video or contact number in damaged SIM card also can be recovered.

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I have seen this problem alot. I will give you two different solutions, the second worked best for me. The first is to remove your SIM card and leave it out for a few seconds then put it back in. From what I know, phones with SIM cards save the messages to the sim card and the other saves them to the phone. The second which works good for me, it a product called Motorola phone tools, it comes with the software, data cable, if you have a computer this will cost you a few dollars, but check around I bought mine for $30.00.

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