my cellphones fall in love with each other!

@victorywp (3526)
Malaysia
February 13, 2009 6:07pm CST
what i mean by this? here is the story... i bought a cellphone (a pda type) a few years ago. i kept many data in it including music, photos, applications, games, documents, phone numbers (of course!), etc. after a while, i afraid that i will lose those data in it so i bought another cellphone (same model, different colour) & i copied all the data from the other. they live together happily these few years until recently the first went to the heaven (lol!). then after a week, the other started to lost the appetite (can't be charge!). not because of the battery, just something wrong with it! finally it also can't survive any longer & went to meet her lover in the heaven. the problem is i have not copy the data out! so i lost everything in the cellphones! any idea how to help? at least say something nice to console me, can? LOL!
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• Malaysia
16 Feb 09
Different made & model got different specifications installed in one PDA phone, so the best and perfect solution to your current PDA phone problem is to enter the manufacturer's forum. Where at that site, the company's technical expertise will directly attend to your point of problem and solve it accordingly to your PDA phone model. This is the way I did in solving to all my electronic stuff's problem. Not just gaining technical know how on that particular electronic stuff, but also the required extra maintenance and care which is out of the product manual. The advantage is we got the perfect technical solution and procedures to it for sharing with members, once they encountered the similar problem in their future time.
@victorywp (3526)
• Malaysia
18 Feb 09
now this is a real advice. i will try to find the forum & hopefully the technical expertise will be able to help to solve my problem. thanks a lot!
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• Malaysia
18 Feb 09
CHEERS! Vic.
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• Malaysia
20 Feb 09
Thanks Vic. for the "BR", am honored.
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@aisaellis22 (6449)
• United States
16 Feb 09
Hello victorywp! hehehe..this is a very funny story..I guess they were really in love with each other. At least they are both happy now..hehehe..Anyway, going back to your problem, I really don't know how you could copy it because I'm not expert here. But I think let your cellphone repaired by an expert and maybe they could be reincarnated..hehehe..
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@victorywp (3526)
• Malaysia
18 Feb 09
yeah, i think they are both happy together in heaven now. so should i disturb their "corpses" by repairing them? or maybe they should just rest in peace. LOL!
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• United States
18 Feb 09
hahaha..well, if it's really important to get those informations, you might disturbed them then..
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@cyberfluf (5004)
• Netherlands
18 Feb 09
It depends on where your images etc. are stored. If it uses a small cf-card or something it would be easy, but I guess it is all inside the phone itsself. I agree contacting the manufacturer is a good idea. They might have a good FAQ on their website aswell and an option to contact a helpdesk. Good luck saving your files!!
@victorywp (3526)
• Malaysia
18 Feb 09
unfortunately the data is in the phone itself. hopefully can be able to retrieve the data. thanks for your advice.
@underdogtoo (9591)
• Philippines
14 Feb 09
I suppose yours is a very wonderful life since even cell phones have love lives with you. I just use cell phones and they never seem to be attracted to other cell phones. Cheers!!
@victorywp (3526)
• Malaysia
14 Feb 09
hey i think i should have post this discussion in the category of humor or joke, don't you think so? although i'm asking for help here but it's still a love story of cellphones anyway! LOL!
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• United States
14 Feb 09
awww victorywp...what a sweet story for valentine's day. at least you gave them a good life. you were a good cupid. you gave them all that data to make them feel wanted and useful. you were a good caretaker and provider. i know you feel a great loss that anyone who loves their cell phone feels. but just know that it's not your fault and that they are feeling no pain whatsoever. the best thing you can do for yourself to ease the grieving process is to go out and get a new cell right away. as far as your data you might be able to find a good hacker? dunno. they say if you know how to do it you can retrieve anything from the internet and i don't know if that applies to data on a cell phone or not. regardless i hope that you find a happier place beyond this catastophe. you have my condolences.
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@victorywp (3526)
• Malaysia
14 Feb 09
thank you so much to take time consoling me. the data in my memory card is ok, only those saved in cellphones. will find someone to help, a hacker as you suggested. lol.
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