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No image at all on the screen? If just touch is broken, you can connect a keyboard/mouse with a OTG cable... no setup needed on phone. Amazon has a few with prime shipping (2day) StarTech USB OTG Adapter


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Theres nothing you can do to get the files unless your phone will connect with a usb. As for the screen if you can some how get the files off with a screen and no usb, then i advise you fix the screen for like $30-$60.


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Sorry to say that but i think your contacts are lost forever...you can download an app that may scan your drive for deleted files and that may need an root on your phone and is not 100% guaranteed. Very likely the space where your contacts were has been overwritten so is not possible to recover it. Next time keep an backup on your external SD card they are ...


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I will guide you with the process of getting your pictures back. (For music I would say you always download them again from their original source). Additionally to your device, this procedure will require a Windows or Mac computer/Laptop and an USB cable. I am going to guide you over here with the help of Dr. Fone for Android by Wondershare. So download ...


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The card was confirmed as a counterfeit by the manufacturer over the phone.


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If your recovery supports adb sideloading, you can flash ROM from your computer using the command adb sideload path-to-file.zip. You have to choose the option flash zip from adb sideload then execute that command from your computer. Make sure you have adb drivers beforehand.


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If all the other data is there and you have not deleted the pictures, then the pictures must be there in the sdcard, unless someone else deleted them or moved them. Try inserting the old sdcard into the phone and see if the phone displays your pictures. If it does, connect your phone to PC in camera mode and save all pictures to your PC. If the phone ...


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I assume (only assume, not sure) that those pictures are not on your external memory card but on your internal one (often referred as SD card). If you haven't configured the camera to explicitly use your external SD card, all your pictures are on your phone's internal storage, independently of your external one. Look at your pictures folder on your internal ...


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If you have not overwritten the data in the 2GB memory card, then you can recover the pics using "Recuva" in Windows PC. The software is available for free download online. Install the software, connect the adapter, select the drive through the application's interface and you will be able to recover the pics.


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What kind of App is Tricount? Meaning is it came pre-installed in your phone or you download it from Play store such as Google Play Store? Answer to above question is IMP as Android File system maintain clear distinction between system apps (which are shipped by your device OEM) and Downloaded apps. Assuming that it is a downloaded app, you can check below ...


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There isn't an easy way, but still, it might be possible. The keyword to it is File carving (find some more links on this topic in our data-recovery tag-wiki). Make sure to not have any modifications/changes going on on your device, or at least as few as possible! Each change (written file etc.) lowers your chances of a successful recovery. A crucial ...


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what worked for me was to restart the phone and the damaged message went away!


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Not Possible, sorry. I had a similar problem and was not able to get my data back.



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