How do you get back deleted pictures on your cell phone?
Actually, it depends. With a SIM card (GSM Technology), the card can be removed, placed into a USB to SIM bridge adapter, and then any commerical data recovery product should be able to scan the contents. With CDMA phones, it's a bit more tricky.
You need to install the cell phone photo recovery software on your PC first. Then connect your cell phone (memory card or stick etc) to perform recovery. Note: before the deleted photos are recovered from your phone, DO NOT attempt to take more photos or videos, or save sizeable data to the phone memory.
It's impossible unless you take extreme measures like asking the phone company that you want it back. You will likely need to get in touch with your service provider / cell phone company and ask for their help in retrieving the deleted number. Alternatively, if you remember what the number was or who you got the number from, then you could always get in touch with that person / re-enter the number into your phone.
I am a private investigator and our lab recovers deleted text messages, call logs, pictures and video from any cell phone. We also have kits that allow you to do this at home. Call Tom for a free confidential consultation (866) 640 1010. I discovered, to my surprise, that they are not really deleted. It seems that they are simply "blocked" until overwritten. If you use a tool like bitPim and pull the data from…
There are three 4 possible ways to transfer pictures from your cell phone to a PC: 1) Connect your cell phone to your PC via bluetooth link, but for that your PC must have bluetooth. 2) Connect you cell via infrared with your PC, but for that too you should have infrared device in your PC 3) If you don't have to get bluetooth and infrared installed in your PC, connect you cell phone via…
Is there any way of getting deleted texts back on a blackberry 8520 because some boys took my phone sent messages and deleted them need to know badly?
You really cannot unless you go to the company and ask them for a print out. If you are the account owner of the phone then you should have no problem obtaining it, otherwise you would need a court order or need to sue the person who the phone belongs to or the cell phone provider for the documents.
Wright down the contacts on a paper and send it to the new cell phone It depends on the type of phone you have and the service you have. My service includes a back up application, that automatically backs up all the contacts to my account. When I set up the new phone, it replicates back all the contacts and pictures and texts.
The difference is walkie talkies are less expensive than a cell phone. Also walkie talkies came back maybe in the 70s or 80s, even though people have been upgrading then with better frequency and digital pictures and formats. An a cell phone can text and sent pictures to friends too. A cell phone can do many different things to connect with friends and family. You can also connect to the Internet aswelll.
You can't ! The pictures are stored on your PHONE - either in it's memory, or on a memory card. If you lose the phone - you lose the pictures ! The ONLY exception - is if you've backed-up the pictures to the cloud... then you can access them from any computer (provided you remember your access details !!)