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I am looking for a program to use to get my texts off my phone,whats the easiest one to use and no there not saved to my sim card tried switching it from one phone to another
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Can someone please answer my question I need to retrieve my texts off my iphone before my court date next week
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iExplorer is what you need

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You can save your texts to sim and that's how it can be saved.
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You can save your texts to sim and that's how it can be saved.
I don't believe you can, care to elaborate?

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