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Old 10-13-2011, 10:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Re-set, lost contacts and sd card issues

Apparently my Evo decided to reset self today and I seemed to have had to re-start everything.

When the phone came back on, it started asking me some of the same things like synching as it did when I first got the phone. The ringer seems to be rotating even though I have it listed as default.

I keep most things on the SD card. however when I went to check the phone all programs that are on the sd-card are not accessible. I thought that there might be something wrong with the card however when I connect to the computer, all the information is there. When I ran the scan-disk on the card the card is normal. When I try to reinstall the programs, I get that the program is being forced to close. Also, when I try to use some of the programs not on the sd-card, I get this message... "The application has stopped expectantly. Please try again. and I have to press force close to end the program.

Any suggestions other than doing a hard reset? PS, also I lost all my contacts but all text messages are still there.
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Old 10-14-2011, 12:53 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You will have to reinstall any app you want to use. What is stored by the app is not the entire app program, merely part of it. So if you want to be able to access them again, you need to reinstall them.
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If you sync your iPhone with iTunes every once in a while, there’s a strong chance that the last backup that iTunes took of your iPhone has those special data that you want back. In case you regularly backup your iPhone with iTunes, you probably restore contacts on iPhone.
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You can try restoring from the latest backup to get the data back. To do this:

Step 1: Connect your iPhone to the computer
Step 2: Open iTunes
Step 3: In iTunes 11, enable the sidebar through View -> Show Sidebar
Step 4: Right-click on your device and press ‘Restore from backup…
Step 5: Choose the latest backup and proceed.
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By the time the restore is done, your phone might mostly recover the deleted data you’re looking for.

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Old 11-14-2018, 08:17 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Hey,
It's really easy to do that. you just need to use HTC Data Recovery. It can scan your EVO smart phone and SD card deeply and find the deleted and lost contacts for you. You can preview them before recovering. learn how to recover lost contacts from HTC Evo. Besides contacts, you can also recover messages, photos, videos, call logs, Whatsapp messages, music, books nad other document files from your HTC smart phone.
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You could use Android data recovery program to detect you SD card and extract the lost data.It also have the function to recover deleted/lost contacts,it required you root the device.
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