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Retrieving Text Messages from Broken Phone

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Hi.

So I recently broke my phone, the screen wont light up. I can still receive calls (because I know to slide down), but I cannot make calls or text.

My question is this: Is there a way that I can root or jailbreak my phone so that I can send the messages that I've received since it broke and put them on my computer?

I tried using the HTC Sync thing, but it says there's nothing connected into the computer.

I don't know what else I can do, and I don't know if there is even a way to do this.

My phone was turned off, but then I turned it on, so I know I've received quite a few text messages.

Thanks!

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Try Android SMS + MMS Transfer, it can help you transfer both sms and mms messages from Android to computer, Even android phone with a broken screen.

Good luck!

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I'm not sure if this will help, but I just used this app  and it worked for me. The contact that you had an SMS conversation with, can export your conversation and send it to you. You then just import it into your new phone.

Buddy SMS Restore

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The truth is that it is very convenient to restore text messages with the help of Androidphonesoft Android Recovery. This risk-free and reliable tool gives users the ability to scan and recover deleted messages in few simple clicks on Windows or Mac. You can be left no trouble with this app whenever you feel helpless about having no way to retrieve deleted messages from any Android phone, including Samsung, HTC, Moto, Sony. Your data worth more money. Still have doubts in this? Move over from here and read this simple tutorial: How to recover deleted messages from Android Phone

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