I have a Galaxy s5 which I bought from Sprint and my screen has turned black and nothing I have tried fixes it. I already bought a new s6 but now I want to recover my messages, contacts, and pictures from my old phone. My s5 is already n usb debugging mode but since it is rooted I have to click allow to use any third party app to recover my files but mt screen has zero functionality. Is there anyway to recover the my contacts and messages at least ?
I changed my iTunes user ID and in the process, somehow about half of my contacts were lost. I have reverted back to the old iTunes ID but this has not recovered the contacts. Apple support say changing IDs should not alter the contacts, but it all happened at the same time and they have recommended other options, like this,
so I got a new iPhone and I charged it completely (never connected it to the computer) and I was using it for over a week and I had new contacts and pictures .. Etc. Now today I decided to connect it to my computer because I wanted to charge it and I was already on the computer so in iTunes it asked me if I wanted to set it up as a new phone or restore from a back.. now I had a iPhone before this one and I had backups for that phone. so I decided to go with the backup not thinking about the new contacts I had.. now I have everything I had on that old iPhone into my new phone and all my newer contacts are now gone is there any what to get those contacts back?
I just sinked my phone to my mac book pro and when iTunes asked me which device was i going to pair it with by accident I chose my old iPhone I had back in 2010. So now all of my pictures and contacts are gone from my phone? How do I recover all of this files?
when I was upgrading to 4, I got some error that came up (something like MobileBackup.exe has crashed, not too sure what it was) and it stopped restoring. However, it is still called "Anthony's iPhone", the same as during the last upgrade and I synced it so I still have all my old apps. Is there anyway I can recover all these lost contacts etc? It's basically like a new phone now with apps, I had to so the shift+restore method to upgrade as my iTunes account wasn't logging in.
Oh and btw, yes I was doing it on Vista because my iMac broke a few weeks ago, so no comments like "because you're on Windows" please :P
I deleted my icloud account on my iphone and in doing so was asked if I wanted to delete the contact and calendars. I thought they were talking about the icloud account. But what I did not realize was they were talking about ALL contacts. I checked my desktop and all contact are deleted. How can I get my contact list back without paying apple support 29.00 with no promise of if I can get my list back.
I used to have an old LG flip-phone and an iPod Touch. I lost the iPod Touch about six months ago. This week I got my iPhone. I had to go to the Verizon store to have them take all the contacts off the LG phone and put them onto my iPod.¬
I had painstakingly pared down my iTunes music library to choice selection of checked items that were small enough to fit on the iPod touch. I didn't want to go through that process again, so I hooked my iPhone up to my computer for the first time, opened iTunes, and synced with the iPod touch backup on my computer. It would have been smart to have backed up the iPhone first, but I didn't. Since I couldn't text with the iPod Touch, it didn't occur to me that the existing texts on my iPhone would be overwritten.¬
Now all the media files and apps from my old iPod Touch are on my new iPhone 5. The new iPhone apps I downloaded yesterday are on there, too. But the contacts and texts have vanished.¬
To review: no iTunes backup of iPhone data. No iCloud backup, either-- I've never used iCloud before.¬
I downloaded Wondershare's iPhone Data Recovery program and used it to scan data on the device. The scan shows 0 contacts and only the 2 text messages that I've received this evening. Curiously, it does have my entire call history from the last week.¬
So is there any way to recover the texts from this last week?
I can't access my phone because it is rejecting my device password. I am now at the final attempt and am getting the message that any more attempts will cause the info on my device to be wiped clean.I tried recovering and changing the device password through Blackberry Protect with no success.
My Bold 9000 was stolen and I did not write down the IMEI number. In order to report the theft to the police, it would be very helpful to have the IMEI. Actually, I thought that this number was stored within the backups that I made (using the Desktop Manager). But I could not find anything like the IMEI number in the files.
Is there a chance to recover the IMEI from some log files? Where would I have to look?
Is it possible for RIM to recover the IMEI when I provide them with the PIN? I am a private customer, not a business customer, and did not operate the BB via BIS or BES.
I was trying to make more storage room on my Galaxy S5 & I deleted EVERY folder in the device history. I really don't care about anything but my pictures...they are all gone! can I somehow recover all my pictures!!! I am new to Android devices & now I can't quit crying....
I have reseted my samsung 6 edge, and deleted all information. not able to recover google or samsung account. is there any chance to return back all information with fingerprint, as i have used only mine on this device.
I accidentally deleted a photo gallery on my sister's LG 4. I tried all the recovery programs available online. Most programs do not recognize the LG 4 for some reason I read but don't remember. I am also not techy enough to root the phone. It blows my mind that this smartphone doesn't have a recycle bin or a go-back feature where you can recover deleted items.
I have been traveling for 8 weeks and have hundreds of photos and videos on my s5 internal memory. Unfortunately I went swimming with my phone. I plan on buying another s5. Is there any way of transferring the internal memory module to a new phone and hoping that it's not also water damaged? I really want the photos from my trip. I am confident repairing phones.