Can you read deleted text messages on an iPhone 3GScategory: Iphone3
Step 1:You need to connect the iPhone with your computer with the help of a USB cord.Step 2:Once your phone is connected, do not allow your phone to automatically sync with iTunes. If the phone is automatically synced, you will no longer be able to recover the deleted text files.
Connect your iPhone to iTunes (making sure it doesn’t sync automatically) and Back up by selecting Preferences > Backup from iTunes. Select Restore under Preferences. Your iPhone will be completely erased after the new firmware is installed. So make sure your back up is good! The final step will be to restore your iPhone from the back up you created. This will allow you to restore any data you have backed up, including the “deleted” text messages.
Make sure you do not let itunes sync with your iphone. This will delete them permanently. Thia guide, http://tinyurl.com/odncgv, will help you recover the messages.
It is possible to use file recovery software to find deleted files on cell phone SIM cards such as those found in iPhones. !
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6 Responses to “Can you read deleted text messages on an iPhone 3GS”
How do you read a deleted text message?By Skedoozy December 26th, 2012 at 21:00:58
Unfortunately you can not retrieve deleted text messages. The only way to possibly see the deleted texts is to call your cellular phone provider and ask them if they have a service where you can purchase text message history.By GunShad0w December 26th, 2012 at 22:59:17
Restoring your iPhone 3GS clears the phone’s previous data and settings to correct conflicts and errors, but also erases important information including your SMS (text) messages, voicemail messages, contacts and bookmarks. Thankfully, the i…http://www.ehow.com/how_8735350_restore-dont-lose-text-messages.htmlBy shepherdblake December 27th, 2012 at 02:17:47
A Subscriber Identity Module, or SIM,, is a slim portable memory chip designed for certain cellphone models. The SIM card stores data, such as personal identity information, text messages and phone numbers. If you’ve deleted a text message …http://www.ehow.com/how_12048149_read-sim-card-deleted-text-messages.htmlBy lpxxfaintxx December 27th, 2012 at 04:36:49
How do you send Text messages advance on the iphone. Like if it were 12pm in advance with iPhone 3GS a friend that you could? I heard awhile back from send a sms text in, youBy Izza December 27th, 2012 at 07:20:40
Claiming I scammed them, when I didn’t.? I recently sold a broken iPhone 3GS to a girl through kijiji (sim card didn’t register, pins broken), and then a day later I got a text from her friend spazzing and swearing at me claiming I scammed her friend, when the ad clearly said BROKEN IPHONE 3GS in the tittle, and that’s also the first thing you read in the first opening sentence in the description.
I deleted the ad because I didn’t want anymore replies from it since I had already sold it that day, but I do still have the emails. I originally had the texts too saying when and where to meet up, but since I sold my phone, my mom just figured she should go and cancel my sim card, get another one, and put it into her new upgraded phone without asking me first, so all those texts are gone.
But the thing is, it felt really sketchy meeting up with them. I realized after that he left me a voicemail saying he was only willing to give me $110 for the phone (Originally $130) since they had to ‘wait for an hour’ BUT I told them that I would be there at around 4-5pm and I got there at 4:59PM, so that was within the time frame. Normally if someone had to even wait, it would be like $5 off the price, $10 max, so when he said that I was thinking … Wtf I made it here 1 minute before 5, which is the time I told you for because I had an appointment that I didn’t know how long it would take for.
Then another thing that bothered me was that he called me and left me a voicemail the next day saying they took it to the apple store, the apple person took apart the phone and it was damaged beyond repair so they wanted their 110 back. I probably would’ve given it back, but their friend was harassing me through text message threatening me saying their sister was a cop and I better be smart to give the money back. And they kept saying I scammed them, when my ad clearly said it was BROKEN, in capital letters too.. It can’t be clearer than that.
So basically, on their side there were a total of 4 people, 2 on mine.
On their side was the girl, the buyer I’m guessing, the guy which was her friend that was with her, the first contact person that messaged me that couldn’t make it, and the friend who harassed me.
On my side was just me and my friend who was my eye witness.
I don’t understand why she had to bring 4 people into buying a phone, and how she couldn’t have taken a couple of seconds to read the description. But if they did call the cops on me, would they be at fault, or me? I still have the emails with the subject saying “Reply to your ad “BROKEN IPHONE 3GS” and all the emails from their first contact person, AND I also have another email from the second highest bidder and he asked about what was wrong with the phone, and I told him every single tihng that was wrong with it. So I don’t think I would be the one at fault here, I think it would be them for being stupid to the point of not even reading the description or even the tittle before buying an item.
Best detailed answer gets the points, thanks.By Medina December 27th, 2012 at 10:08:02