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Where is SIM card for VI-2300 SPRINT phone?

Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by temo, Dec 25, 2006.

  1. temo

    temo New Member

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    Does anyone know where it is located? Inside the phone? Under the battery?
     
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    Quint101 THE (Samsung) Beast

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    This phone is a CDMA only phone... There is no spot for the SIM card.
     
  3. temo

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    So is there any way to retrieve information off of this phone that is deleted but may be still in the phone's memory somewhere? I am wanting to retrieve deleted text messages off of this phone which used to be my wife's. I found out she was cheating and need proof of the affair. Anything that I can do? Thanks.
     
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    No, with a court order you can have em pulled from the Service Provider, maybe. But once it's deleted on a phone it's deleted.
     
  5. UFO

    UFO Bronze Senior Member Senior Member

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    Most won't stand up in a court anyway for the fact that you can send a text to yourself from the provider's website and list anything you want to as the sender. Ex-wife's phone number, her name, etc. You might get lucky and it would be accepted, but I wouldn't want to rely on something that can be refuted with a little knowledge and a theory.

    I would advise you to pursue the court order for official documentation from the service provider to prove, beyond the shadow of a doubt, that she was the one that sent the messages if this is feasible for you.
     

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