Question about Computers & Internet
If the phone is still in service, and you have e-mail (internet) you can e-mail them to yourself or text them to your new phone. If they are stored on a sim card, the phone company you go through should be able to retrieve them, or agian, you can e-mail them. Your sim card should have come with another unit that it slides into - insert this into your SIM/SD port on your computer (if equipped) and it will automatically detect it (if not, go to Computer, and you will see the drive listed). Select it with the mouse, and it will open the file containing all the files.
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Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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