Deleted Text Message Reader

May 16, 2018


Earlier, many times, we all must have wishes that just like our computer; our mobile phone also should have been provided with a recycle bin. Finally our wishes have come true, with the introduction of deleted text message reader. Now it is possible to retrieve important text messages – these could be a congratulatory, consoling message, an important address, telephone number etc.

Now it is possible to recover these “lost” messages – this is because the messages are not immediately deleted from the memory of you hands free cell phone or from your SIM card (depending on where the “deleted” message was sent ) – instead, the space occupied by the “deleted “message is marked as reusable space which can be used later when there is a need for it This is why till the space occupied by the “deleted” message is erased by some other date being written above that, it is possible to recover the “lost” text message and read text messages.

You will need some tools – these are a USB SIM card reader and a SIM card recovery program. The USB SIM card reader is not very expensive and could be purchased on the net also. The SIM card recovery programs are similar to data recovery programs which are used to recover “lost” data in computers, but these are specifically geared to recover “lost” text messages in mobile phones. You may not believe the efficacy of such programs but once you begin using them, you will realize that they are pretty effective.

The SIM card recovery programs are not free but the good thing about them is that they permit a free trail period for a short while so that you can try it and only if you are convinced that it really works you can go ahead and purchase it. These programs, not only recover “lost” text messages but can also recover” deleted” songs, pictures, videos etc.

In a computer, even if you have deleted an email and sent it to the recycle bin, emptied your recycle bin and your “trash” it is still not too difficult for you to recover your “deleted” emails – they would still be in your hard drive. With dedicated email recovery tools, you will still be in a position to locate your missing files and recovering them. What you need to remember is to be quick at your attempts to recover this date as the hard drive keeps overwriting files so as to accommodate new data or new emails which are coming in – the same principle works for recovering “lost” text messages in your cell phones – you need to take action quickly to try to recover your “deleted” text messages. The deleted text message reader will help you in this process.

As regards a computer, please keep in mind that if you had not opened a particular email or if the “deletion” was due to corruption of files, then the chances of recovering the “deleted” email will be more difficult and you will not be able to read or listen to text.


  • Feathered Utahraptor May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    I actually recovered from it with something unusual, THE INTERNET!yes you heard me the internet,with it i became more connective with other individuals from all around the globe,if you have autism you should interact with people more on social sites like Facebook or Tweeter,trust me.

  • Mitchell McCreath May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm


  • midnight rain May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    WTF? Autism isn't a disease! This makes you sound very uneducated.

    I have aspergers, now called ASD, and I hate to break it to you, but someone born with autism will ALWAYS have autism, it's how our brains are wired.
    This is why we can't be accepted for who we are, freaking neurotypicals telling us how to act and how we should think and not just accepting us for how we are.
    And people wonder we we feel alienated

  • AWEtistic May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    Honestly, I think it is insulting to even say you can "recover" from autism. It is not a disease! You can look at a list of typical traits of autism and see them as symptoms, but these are my personality. This is me. It makes sense to help a child with a more severe form of autism which also has developmental disabilities, like help him to learn in his own way and support his skills. But anyone with high functioning autism should be accepted, not treated!

  • Dhruvee Srivastava May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    Can a child who is having good signs of autism recover after a certain age

  • WhoThatMLG kid May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    Don't bully me, but tf is Austim

  • Chris9017 May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    I too have autism, have been through a lot, but have graduated highschool, college, got my driver's license at 17, and now live on my own work for Disney on my way to getting my dream job on the Disneyland Railroad's locomotive crew.
    Autism doesn't make people less than others, it simply means they learn differently. I had a rough childhood, but am now okay, and managing just fine. 🙂

  • Ultra Ty May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    I wish. My Life of Autism So far Has Been Horrible Like Any Other
    Autistic kid. So If Your Autistic Than I Bless you and You should never give up
    On life

  • Animal Pack May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    We can't "recover" or be "normalized", nor do a lot of us want to. We can learn ways to control our difficulties and overcome obstacles. We can adapt, improvise, and overcome

  • Marsha Moseley May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    A teacher once said…….
    If they can't learn the way we teach we teach the way they learn

  • Sinidu Tiruneh May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    pls I need to meet parent's with high functioning autism my email address

  • Stacy Brooks May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    I am dating a man (2 years now) who has autism/aspergers and npd. I love him so much. It was a huge difficulty before I knew what he had but after tons of research I understand him more even though he is undiagnosed. I feel it is my obligation to be a loving woman to him. I am his fiance and I admire his strengths, his drive, his humor, intelligence, and his ways of showing me love.

  • Luna the white wolf May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    Can a child recover from autism? Simple answer, NO!
    Symptoms? Do people seriously think you can "recover" from a life-long disability?

  • Fiddy Bom-Biddy May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    People who view autism as a disease disgust me beyond words.

  • Seeing Clearly Media May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    "Hopefully they will not hit diagnostic criteria " are you saying autism is something we should want a cure yes you are !!!!!

  • Sydney Satterford May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    Yes, with biomedical treatments.

  • RileyXelman May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    It's not a disease, nor is there anything to recover from. We can grow and we can learn. We try to fit in with our judgemental society full of pricks and assholes. Yet we still get a bad rep. We are doing the best we can. We cannot do any more than that. Yes we can go get social therapy and learn how to act 'normal' (such a crappy term as there is NO such thing) in real life.

  • jazzandtapioca1 May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    God created Autism to help offset the excessive amount of boring people on earth

    I have autism accept difference not indifference please

  • EliOD 459 May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    Hi HowCast i actually accept that I'm autustic btw do a video of how to play the real life card wars game from adventure time please #cardwars #adventuretime #howcast

  • KTwarrior5 May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    I've attended extra maths classes since primary school in Poland, while still in primary school, I immigrated to Ireland, I quickly learnt the English language, I got into Karate shortly after then got into the Irish team for my age group, later I joined gymnastics where my biggest success was a gold medal in the nationals, now I'm in 5th year in secondary school i used to attend a competitive maths club set up by a local collage but after two years I've moved on to programming. Now I'm the vice school president having the power over 1.2k students and a contestant in the All Ireland Programming Olympiad , I'm always top student in Physics, maths and DCG. And yes, I am not autistic 🙂 what I'm trying to say is that anything is possible, unless you are autistic.

  • tonic fairy May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    You can't recover from autism , I know my 7 year old son is autistic . schooling and therapy can help the person to learn better but you don't "recover" its not like a sickness i believe it where a part of the brain is under developed .

  • jason cullen May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    Austim is not a disease, I have asperger's syndrome (and it is not pronounced Assburgers) and I was a honer level student in Primary and Secondary level school and am now in my second year of Coolidge. people who don't know how to deal with children/people with Austim and think they can cure a genetic state like having green eyes or white skin seem to be the type of people who should do some recherche on the subject before spouting nonsense about a subject they either don't bother learning to understand or just not caring enough to engage with the person/child in question and try to help them adapted to the world around them or by adapting there personal environment to suite them easier  instead of just saying to them "Just be normal like everyone else"

  • PrivateAckbar May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    Is Lena Dunham autistic?

  • Talha Baig May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    recover?! why tf do people treat autism like its a disease?! i believe that it is more of a blessing because they are not tied by social 'parameters' and 'ideologies'. I can understand that that from a parent's point of view, it can be scary or maybe frightening or saddening that your child cant behave accordingly to social circumstances but I think the problems roots from the lack of knowledge and the connotations around the words associated with autism. and also the way people react to it. if you look at it from a religious perspective, you can say that there IS nothing TO recover from because God made to child to be like that.

  • abianah howell May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    I think u can recover from it

  • Amber RM May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    For the first 3 years of my life, I had PDD (Pervasive Development Disorder). If you do not know, it is a form of Austim. I could not speak and had to go to from therapist to therapist to find one that could help me. I spoke my first word when I was 3 and 1/2. Since then I have gone to public school and have been an A/B student. I still get very focused on things and wander into space a lot, but it has gotten better then when I still had PDD. My jaw is also underdeveloped and I have a lisp, but at least I'm talking mostly normally now. I still have some lasting affects from PDD, but I don't think I'll over get rid of those.

  • Zype Shifty ジコ May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    Kk autisten

  • Luke Hall May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    U mad bro

  • Chillius May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    first autistic person.

  • Cuddy Cuddy May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    +Obvious Troll Is Obvious did you just first a autism video?!

  • jelly 1307 May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm

    Can you do one like this for epilepsy

  • Alex Santistevan May 16, 2018 at 4:56 pm


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