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  1. Sorry for the delay I had to go in for a medical procedure that threw me off my game. Thanks for all the help. I'll do a deeper dive and see what I can find out. We've gotten off the primary purpose of this form, I think, but I appreciate that you went down this road with me. It's been very helpful. I don't want to take up any more of your time. Once again Thanks, David
  2. I'll follow your advise on the photos and see if it works for me. Nothing is ever that simple for me. When I said "bricked" I guess that what they were telling me is that the phone would no longer work with my phone number. I'm going to continue with trying to repair the phone. Do you know why contacts are not available?
  3. Sadly I'm beginning to think that I have them on the phone memory only. The fact is that I am using the old SIM in the new phone. It took me a while to remember what happened. The store clerk said that if I "set up" the new phone then I would have no access to the old one, as it would be "bricked". So I wondered if the SIM chip would work in the new phone and it did. Over the months though, I forgot what we did and thus the confusion. I'm slowly beginning to get up to speed. I think that I didn't change the setting for where to store my data or didn't have the option. I have a used phone that has a good touchscreen coming, but of course I don't know if that's the solution. For all I know a touchscreen is the name of the device I call a battery and the thing you pound your finger on is actually the battery. Just kidding. I get so many different explanations I can't keep up. Know, your talking about the SIM card, so what is the SD card and what is it good for/what does it do. I though that the SD card was the chip that ran the phone and the SIM was for storage only. Now I know that the SIM runs the phone and apparently stores stuff as well. Something else to research. So, I think that you nailed it, and no I don't have them in my email contacts, but that is a great idea. I started this with the idea that there was a program that could read the phones memory and upload my contacts to another storage device ( my computer ). Why no such program exist is a mystery to me. I'd be more concerned about photos and text messages than numbers that are listed in the phone book and accessible to anyone. Thanks
  4. On the internal memory. I though that I had saved them on both. It seems that there is no way to auto transfer them to new phone or computer. Not quite sure. I'll try to follow up later with more info. Thanks
  5. Sorry I didn't get back sooner. The first answer said things were hopeless. It's a coolpad rogue 3320A. I'm using a ZTE phone right now. I tried to copy the numbers from the Coolpad Rogue sim card in the ZTE. The option are; import from storage, export to storage, share visible contacts. What an I doing wrong? When I select import it says 00001.vcf card will import shortly ( or something like that ), then nothing happens. How do I tell it to save to sims card. Instructions on the internet do not correspond to what's on the phone. I will keep an eye out for any responses. I though the thread was dead. Sorry about that.
  6. I'm trying to get my phone numbers off of an android coolpad phone that the screen has gone black on. I have looked all over the web site to find out if Recuva can do this, but I can't find anything. If anyone knows the answer can you please post. Thanks
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