Let Me Teach You How To Retrieve Deleted Text Messages
Have you ever accidentally deleted a text message and wished that there was a way to get it back? Well, if you’re like most people, the answer to this would be a resounding YES! This actually happens all the time. In some cases people delete a text message because they don’t think they will ever need it again and then one day they realize that they shouldn’t have deleted it.
If you can relate to this, you should know that all is not lost. It’s actually possible to retrieve deleted text messages. Most people don’t realize that when you delete a text message or a call from your call list, the information isn’t actually deleted at all. What really happens is that it is simply removed from your list of messages or calls and you don’t have the ability to view it anymore. The data is actually still on the phone if you can believe that. It may not seem like it’s there but it is, at least it is there for a while. If very much time has passed it is, however, possible that new data will be recorded over the deleted text message. In this case, the message is in fact gone.
Method Number 1 For Retrieving Deleted Text Messages
The first way that I’m going to show you to recover deleted text messages is to install special software called SpyBubble on the phone. SpyBubble is a covert cell phone tracking application with a twist. Once you install it on a phone, it’s completely invisible and undetectable to the user of the phone. The developers of the application have built in some powerful SMS text message tracking technology. Get this! Even if the person deletes their text messages, with this software installed you can get a complete transcript of all the text messages coming in to or out of the phone. You can even access these “so called” deleted text messages remotely from the Internet without even touching the phone.
Method Number 2 For Recovering Deleted Texts
The other option requires you to physically get your hands on the phone when you want to read deleted text messages. This option works with cell phones that store text messages on the SIM card. All you need to do is purchase an inexpensive device that is about the size and shape of a flash drive. You can order one of the best devices for doing this by clicking here.
After it arrives in the mail, you simply remove the SIM card from the phone and insert it into the slot on the SIM card reader. The other end of this device simply inserts into one of your open USB ports on your computer.
Next, you run the software that will come with the device on your computer. This software is capable of reading any data stored on the SIM card that hasn’t been written over yet. Depending on the features of the software that comes with the SIM card reader you may be able to retrieve the deleted text messages with it. If it doesn’t support this feature, you’ll have to use SIM card recovery software to retrieve any data that has been previously deleted from the card.
Another Option That You Might Not Have Thought About
Yet another option is to install an application on the phone that will automatically intercept all incoming and outgoing text messages and forward them to either your cell phone or your email account. This needs to be done before you have the need to recover a deleted text message. There is an app called SMS Forwarder Pro that can be really useful. One thing that I really like about this app is that when the text message is forwarded to your phone, the name and number associated with the original text message is also sent.
Currently this app will work on many Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, LG, and Symbian S60 phones.
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