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Mobile Phone Recovery Services (UK)

This Easter break will see a large number of public places get very busy as families and extended families get together to enjoy the Easter break. Forunately the recent dreadful weather seems to have taken a turn for the better and even my phone which has weather reports on it is telling me things are brightening up.

With increased numbers to public places comes an increasing demand on data bandwidth and the more phones that are using bandwidth means the less bandwidth there is for everyone else. Whilst 4G services have done much to ease the data congestion problem, it won’t be long until the majority of mobile phones currently in use are able to use 4G and then everyone will be wanting 5G services, and 5G should bring benefits to many users of mobile phone recovery services.
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Recently the mobile phone recovery company Data Clinic has introduced a range of services aimed at people who have lost the data on their mobile phones in one way or another. By mobile phones I do of course also mean smart phones. On their site here, there are many clever ways to recover the lost or deleted data from a phone. One of the biggest mistakes people make is that they believe if they drop their phone and it no longer switches on that their data is lost forever, it’s the same with deleting text messages: let’s be clear, deleting text messages from your phone does not mean that those messages are no longer on the phone. It just means that you need to think cleverly about how to get the deleted messages or data back again.

One action you need to avoid, and this is very important, is the factory reset command as this returns the phone to the state it was in before you got it. This means that all the applications you’ve downloaded, all the settings you’ve introduced and all the data you’ve generated (text messages, chats, photographs, music etc) will all be cleared from the phone once the factory reset has completed. Depending on the type of phone it may still be possible to recover the data even after a factory reset command, but you would need to speak to Data Clinic about that.

If you’ve lost data from your phone and you need it back probably a good place to start is by using some form of software recovery tool. There are many available but a wise choice I’ve discovered is to avoid the internet’s free software. My attitude is that the software is free for a reason and that reason is that ultimately the producers of the software want you to buy it, or worse the software is nothing more than an installation platform for all sorts of nasty code such as malware and ransom ware. This is why I avoid free software.

So buy yourself some data recovery software specifically for the phone type you have. There are many different phones available and it’s imperative that you buy the software that works on your phone! Not all phone recovery software works on all types of phone so choose the software wisely. Secondly make sure you install the software to a location different from where you want to recover data from. This is a very important rule and it’s astonishing how many people download software to the same place they want to recover data from. Don’t do it, because if you do, you invariably end up overwriting the data you are trying to recover.

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