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#115725 4-Apr-2013 16:05
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HI, I have finally upgraded my phone after years of having a old telecom R100. It has no sd card and is connected to the pc via a application called join me.

My old phone has had a mental break down of sorts, it works then doesn't work. When i managed to get it turned on the other day I couldn't locate any of my photos or text messages. 

Is there anyway I can find the old photos and messages? I know it is possible on phones with SD cards, But mine doesn't.

Thanks for reading Smile

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  #793306 4-Apr-2013 16:10
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If the phone does not work then no, you can't fetch anything off it, if the phone still powers up and you can see the content you're wanting to get off it you can take it into a Telecom store to transfer your content off it (maybe - depending if they have the ZTE cable laying about) - It's $10 for a contacts transfer else $15 for everything they can get, might be worth a shot.

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