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Well, sometimes this happens (even it happened to me) you think you did it but you actually didn't but you could try to ask Google to see if you get your lost data back (unless its flappy bird because you can't re download it) I hope I helped you :D

Samsung... | Answered Yesterday


To Unlock Samsung Captivate from network lock use the Unlock code....Get the Unlock code from the site Onlinegsmunlock.com/unlock-your-phone/rs7wp2/
and Unlock it easily.

Samsung... | Answered Yesterday


Usually the SD card is a secondary storage device ... and separate from the (internal) phone memory. To determine / test this, see if your phone still have (some) information when you remove the SD card from the phone... e.g. your telephone contact list, etc.
Yes, you can try to recover the "deleted" file on the SD card using a PC / laptop ... using a data recovery utility/tool (on your PC) to scan the storage space or "undelete" that deleted file..

If your phone can be attached to a PC (e.g. via USB), and if your PC recognizes the "storage" disk on your phone as an "external" disk, you may also be able to use a data recovery utility to scan the storage space or "undelete" that deleted file.

Samsung GT S3850... | Answered Yesterday


Hey, you can contact your cell phone provider and see if texts are stored in the cloud. If you need to consider the Myjad SMS app what yor're asking about.
Downloading the trial, it rates perfectly fine on CNET.
http://download.cnet.com/Myjad-Android-SMS-Recovery/3000-2242_4-76028135.html

Samsung Cell... | Answered Yesterday


Lost Pin cannot be recovered. You need to enter a wrong pin 3 times until you get the PUK code.

PUK means "personal unlocking key" .

The PUK code is asked if you enter a wrong pin 3 times.

You need to call the phone company that released the SIM card, they can retrieve the PUK code from a database for free.

In your case you need to contact your SIM card provider technical support to unlock the SIM.

The PIN and PUK are related to the SIM card, not to the phone.

If you replace the SIM card with a different one, then the phone will not ask for the PUK anymore.

Samsung SGH-G800... | Answered Yesterday


Not sure what it is you mean by not being able to use extensions, however most browsers are capable of reading PDF files within the browser themselves.
Heres a manual for the phone, https://images.comparecellular.com/phones/1362/samsung-rugby-ii-user-guide.pdf

Y
ou should be able to just click and view, Hope it helps!

Samsung Cell... | Answered Yesterday


Please send me unlocking code my IMEI number 354474083993252/01 3544750839932591/01 and my number 9799599489

Samsung Cell... | Answered Yesterday


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Samsung Cell... | Answered 2 days ago


i droped y samsung intesity in water a few weeks ago. it was able to call out but now the screen will only blink the verizon logo and at the moment it says useb download mode. Is there anyways that i can recover my data form the phone?

Samsung SCH-U450... | Answered 2 days ago


Typically when a mobile device is locked, it wants the original e-mail account name and password it was setup with. You shouldn't need internet connectivity to unlock the phone. If you can log into your account at https://mail.google.com/ that's good, but it doesn't guarantee it's the same account the device is using or the original password used.
In some cases, if the device can receive a call, you can access the menu during the call and disable the screen lock.
If you don't remember the username and the account was properly setup at creation time, you can recover the name using "I forgot my username" here: http://support.google.com/mail/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=46346 And here's a trick to recover an account name on an Android device: https://productforums.google.com/d/topic/gmail/ydNElvUjJVU/discussion
If you have the username, the following will help with the process to recover the account by resetting the password: http://gmailaccountrecovery.blogspot.com/
BUT... A recovered account or changed password won't have the original password which is what the device needs to be unlocked. In that case the device will probably need to have a factory reset done (read the owner's manual for instructions) and then setup again with an e-mail account (be sure to write the information down this time). If it's setup with the recovered e-mail account, any purchased apps and synced data should be restored. If a new account needs to be created, all previous information will be lost.
An article on this topic: http://einartysen.se/unlock-android-phone-after-too-many-pattern-attempts/

Samsung Galaxy S... | Answered 2 days ago


SECURITY CODE:

If you are talking about the security lock code to enter into the phone then once it is lost nothing can be done except flashing the mobile . Because if anybody can give the security code created then who ever who steals your phone can get into it and get your valuable information.

So as safety precaution to avoid that they have designed it such that if you forget the security lock you have to reset the mobile memory by flashing the mobile at an authorized service center.So while flashing the mobile all the data in the mobile memory will be lost and you can again start using the mobile.

Samsung SGH-A877... | Answered 2 days ago


I can't assure you but there is a way to recover them, before that download free undelete.exe software from net (google). Connect the phone in DATA mode and run the undelete.exe and scan the device for deleted information if found then recover to another drive.

Hope this will be helpful

Thanks & regards

Nandu

Samsung Cell... | Answered 2 days ago


It's unfortunate, but the only real way to correct this is to reset the phone.
1. Power off your phone.
2. Press your volume-up button, your home button and your power button till your System Recover Screen comes up.
3. Scroll down to "wipe data/factory reset"and press the home button to select this option.
4. A confirmation screen comes up. Scroll down to "YES - DELETE ALL USER" and then press the home button.
5. Select the "Reboot System Now" option next and wait for your phone to reboot

Samsung GT-S5300... | Answered 2 days ago

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