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Recovery Of Deleted Text Messages

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by mrdenis1, Mar 27, 2008.

  1. mrdenis1

    mrdenis1 New Member

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    Do cell phone companies store text messages?
    If they how for back do they store them, and can i get a copy of my text messages?
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  2. pzo

    pzo New Member

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    Re: text messages

    they should keep them logged in a server. i think the only way to get access of it is if you have a subpeona. I know that is the only way to get them from my company. Otherwise the best thing to do is just ask yor provider and see what their advice is on that. Hope this helps :)
     
  3. tresPiece

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    ...typically text messages are stored on a server for something like 72 hours and then are deleted (also known as being forwarded to big brother's master hard drive in sweden)... i believe you can ascertain text messages from your carrier provided you have a court order, it can be quite difficult...
     
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    MOTOhooligan Former Mobile Data Addict
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    This thread was posted in the wrong section, it has been moved to the General section. The question was also posted in three different sections. Please post your question only in the most appropriate section one time.

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