Android mobile phone is becoming more and more popular for its openness and rich features, there are many brands smart mobile phone in the market, such as Samsung, HTC, LG, Huawei, Motorola and more. However, contacts loss often happens unexpectedly. And many Android users are eager to recover deleted contacts from Android phones or SIM Card, because sometimes they do not do a backup. Is there any good way to restore all your lost contacts back?
Yes, of course you can restore lost contacts from your Android phone with Android Data Recovery which is the world’s 1st Android data recovery tool. Designed for Android users, it can help Android users recover deleted, lost contacts, text messages, photos, call history, music, videos on Android phones and tablets. But now, let’s study together how to recover lost contacts from SIM card if you don’t have a rooted phone.
If you deleted SIM card contacts , what’s more, left your Android phone in somewhere, so, all those phone numbers are gone. Cell phone carriers like Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, caught on to this problem, and all of them now offer solutions that make it a cinch for you to automatically back up your cell phone contacts. So contact your carrier to recover lost contacts on Android phone SIM card if you have ever used its mobile backup facilities.
Below is the basic information of backup service.
• Verizon uses Backup Assistant, a free service as long as users are registered online at My Verizon (MyVerizon.com); otherwise it costs $1.99 a month.
• T-Mobile’s service (my.t-mobile.com) is also free, and works on the majority of phones currently sold by the company, but not all older models. Its service was originally called T-Mobile Address Book, but is now called Mobile Backup.
• AT&T charges customers $2 a month for backup, called Mobile Backup as well.
• Sprint’s backup offering (sprint.com/services) is a bit more confusing in that it has three types of service depending on your phone type: Wireless Backup is the name of its $2 monthly service that applies to a majority of the carrier’s phones; for six of its newest phones, Sprint Mobile Sync, a free service, will work; for Nextel phones, My Nextel Address Book is available, and it costs $5 a month.
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