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I changed the sim card on my motorola razr v3r from the old one when they said it was no longer valid. After doing that, ALL my texts were deleted.

The phone still had all my pictures, contacts, calendar entries and alarm clock settings but deleted all my texts! (the only think I wanted on there) Is there any way to get them back? I have put the old sim back in and there are no texts on there. The new one doesnt have them either. I am so upset about this. Can someone please help me?

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Hi Julie,

  • Go to an AT&T store and explain what happened, they might be able to help you.
  • Next time back up all your data first on a PC, Memory card or network before you do anything.
Here is a link to Wireless Support

Good Luck!
JP
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