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If you have a phone that is broken, a screen that is not working or just want to move phone numbers to a new phone, this article will help you do that.
If your phone numbers are stored on a external SD card you can plug the SD card into your computer or another phone to retrieve the numbers. You will need a SD card reader or a computer that already has one. Some newer laptops have a SD card reader. You can find external SD card readers at local electronics stores. I recommend visiting www.newegg.com(card reader examples) for your hardware needs. I have used this site extensively and the customer service, pricing and products are A+.
If your numbers are stored on the SIM card, you can move the SIM card to a new compatible phone. The SIM card generally contains your phone number and other account information from the phone carrier, however, you can use it to store phone contacts as well.
Your local phone dealer like AT&T or Verizon may be able to help you retrieve the data or move it to a new phone compatible phone.
This can happen if you attempt to write or format a high capacity card (SDHC) in a SD card reader / writer.
You might be able to undo this if you insert the card in a SDHC card reader / writer. You may or may not be able to retrieve the data on the card however.
Sometimes, removing a card or USB drive while data is still being written to the card can cause this too. Again, the data may no longer be accessible - and the full capacity may no longer be available on the device.
if you dont have CD then an option to transfer data from phone to computer by a Memory Card Reader if you have SD card in your phone (most of phones do have). They will go by the name " 6 in One, 12 in one, USB Reader Writer or Flash Memory Card Reader Writer. They allow all memory sticks and cards to be recognized by your computer. On Windows XP, you just plug it in and find it as another drive on My Computer then just copy and paste the files you want to transfer.
you probably entered the pin code wrong 3 times, so now you need to call your phone service provider of that sim card to get the puk code to unlock the sim card, you won't loose any contents from the sim card.
and get your contacts etc backed up on your computer so if it ever gets stolen or stops working you can insert the new sim card into the reader / writer and insert the contacts back and save a ton of time if you have more than 100 people on the contacts.
You have to use a card reader either on your computer or an external USB card reader. Put the card in the card reader, open the recovery program, then select the drive where files are deleted, then press "Start" and wait for it to do it's magic.
I have same issue as you. the Sakar people told me the same thing and I do have GSA Sim Card which should supported by them. But card reader still not work. I tried install software from web site, tried all steps other people said, it is just sucks. If anyone solve the problem. please post here. I swear I will never buy this brand anymore.