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Recover Contact Data on Windows mobile Device


Fullywired

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hi guys

i have a HTC TyTn II running windows mobile 6. recently i had to reinstall windows vista and have just gotten around to installing outlook 2007. however, when i plugged my HTC in, outlook deleted all the contacts from it when instead i wanted to back them up. now i am left with no contacts and no calander items!

can anyone give me a way of getting them back?

( i will post this in the helproom aswell as it relates to both areas)

Regards

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pinkpandora

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You can try the click here 01Recovery Data Recovery Software. It can recover hard drives, camera cards, RAID, deleted email, and many other storage devices that you use on your Windows Based Systems.

Hope it helps. Best of luck!

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maher_barham77

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hi guys

i have a HTC TyTn II running windows mobile 6. recently i had to reinstall windows vista and have just gotten around to installing outlook 2007. however, when i plugged my HTC in, outlook deleted all the contacts from it when instead i wanted to back them up. now i am left with no contacts and no calander items!

can anyone give me a way of getting them back?

( i will post this in the helproom aswell as it relates to both areas)

Regards

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ßeta

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Have a Look in Helproom.

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