Question about Radio Shack 433575 Cordless Phone
My husband deleted a message from my godmother who passed away. How do I get it back? How do you retrieve the message from the digital chip? Does anyone know a company who does this? She was the purest, lovable woman in the world and she left a message to me singing Happy Birthday to me and 16 days later she passed on. Please help!
I am so sorry to hear your story, but i'm affraid that there is very likely nothing that can be done for you. In the digital world, once something is marked for deletion, the device is able to use the memory that was held for anything else it likes. So in all reality, if you have ever gotten a message of any form after the time you deleted your treasured message, some or most of the actualy message is likely already overwritten. And once again, in terms of digital, and chips, there is nothing that can really be done to get that information back. I'm So Sorry, and Wish i could offer you a better solution. Cherish Her memory. With all the respect in the world, I'm sorry.
Posted on Aug 26, 2007
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