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Luckily, in terms of retrieving deleted text messages, the i Phone has a very clear advantage.
In fact it has one of the best records for managing to store deleted text messages for as long as possible and still being able to recover them.
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There’s still no absolute guarantee that you’ll always manage to get back deleted data but it has the best chance and the easiest methods of doing so.
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In general we don’t guarantee any messages will be recovered but with the i Phone it’s kind of hard to go wrong when it comes to retrieval. It’s not just limited to messages you can basically recover anything of this device.
Apple users certainly have it easier in this arena although (depending on the method or software you’re using) you might have to jailbreak the phone.
I just wanted to say that I am a Sprint Customer with with a Samsung S7 Edge I called the Sprint I called the 1 800 Samsung because my Wi Fi calling is gone I can't find it in the settings or whatever Sprint blames Samsung Samsung doesn't know what I'm talking about like I don't know if it's because of the software updates can someone help me please thank you After the update while my phone (Samsung galaxy s7 edge) was turning on, it stopt at the 'samsung' loading screen and wouldn't turn on. Then clear cache, then clear data, finally force stop (you will then see a pop up box that says "if you force stop an app, it may cause errors") don't worry about that, it will be OK.
When the battery died, I tried again turning on my phone but it again crashed at the 'samsung' loading screen. Then restart your phone and restart your email app and then reinstall your email accounts. If not, I would try installing a third party email client via playstore such as Blue Mail.