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Old 07-04-2018, 7:31 AM
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How to retrieve contacts number from lost mobile

My phone is broken n all the contact number was saved in the phone and now I have purchased a new phone. Now my question is how to retrieve my contact numbers from old phone?


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Old 12-04-2018, 6:55 AM
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It depends entirely on the type of phone you have. If you have an Android phone, your contacts should be backed up on your Gmail account, so you might try logging in on a computer terminal and seeing if they are there. There are similar backup utilities for iOS, and even Blackberry and WebOS!

If you have a regular cellphone, you're probably out of luck; you would know if you were enrolled in a backup service offered by your carrier. If you aren't, you might check with a local repair center if you've been to one recently, to see if they have your contacts backed up from any service work they performed.

Short of this, you could use an old/spare phone that you used to use to recover most of your contacts, since they would still be on that old phone. And lastly, log into your account on the cell provider's website, and you should at least be able to see a detailed call history - and recover the actual phone numbers from there!


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Old 25-04-2018, 2:44 AM
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If you lose your smart phone and want to get back the contacts on it, you need to have the backup file for your smart phone. If you are using iPhone, iTunes and iCloud backup file to get back contacts on it. You need to use iPhone Backup extractor program to scan your iPhone backup and then find the contacts on it. You can learn how to recover contacts from iPhone backup.
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Old 03-09-2019, 10:58 AM
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Broken Android Data Extraction. It is right for Android users to rescue contacts, SMS, photos, videos, music, etc. from Android phone to your computer. This Android contacts recovery software can not only rescue the phone numbers, but also email address, company name, job title and other more contacts information.
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Old 04-09-2019, 8:09 AM
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Recover contacts

It depends entirely on the type of phone you have. If you have an Android phone, your contacts should be backed up on your Gmail account, so you might try logging in on a computer terminal and seeing if they are there. There are similar backup utilities for iOS, and even Blackberry and WebOS!

If you have a regular cellphone, you're probably out of luck; you would know if you were enrolled in a backup service offered by your carrier. If you aren't, you might check with a local repair center if you've been to one recently, to see if they have your contacts backed up from any service work they performed.

Short of this, you could use an old/spare phone that you used to use to recover most of your contacts, since they would still be on that old phone. And lastly, log into your account on the cell provider's website, and you should at least be able to see a detailed call history - and recover the actual phone numbers from there!
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Old 07-11-2019, 6:17 AM
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Hi,
all your contact list is saved on your Gmail account. So, whenever you log in a new phone with the same Gmail account, the contact list is updated and can be seen easily.
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Old 20-11-2019, 6:13 PM
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All messagers have synchronization options. You may have no clue, but your contacts are already stored somewhere. Now you just have to find where exactly.
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