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It is a difficult thing to retrieve the deleted browser history if you don't have backups, but don't worry, if the data are still not overwritten, there is a strong possibility that deleted browser history can be retrieved with some professional tools.


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Not endorsing this practice, but yes, there is a way that sometimes works... Go to Settings, then Safari, then scroll to bottom and select 'Advanced' and then 'Website Data'. Selecting from there should show you history. Please be sure to accept the best answer!


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Otterbox defender for galaxy s5 is worthless with the camera lens completely exposed to all job hazards of a construction site. Wasted money on otterbox. Instead ended up using $5.00 fake leather case i bought off a street vendor for the last few years...


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I had a hardware problem showing error 29.Had to take the phone to a hardware engineer who fixed the chip.


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It ever happened to my iPhone 5 twice. All I did was left my iPhone until the battery drained off. Then I charged my phone the next day (or when you think the battery is drained already). It worked well afterwards. If it doesn't work for you, you should take to Apple repair shop. Hope it can work for you!


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If both of your devices are syncing to the same iCloud account, your "Blocked" contacts will sync across both devices. This also holds true if you wipe either device and restore it with your iCloud contacts. I believe this is a contacts configuration so it comes with your contacts. Blocked numbers on a device will block both SMS, iMessage, and calls, ...


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Can I use an iPhone 4s power cable to charge any other mobile device? Short answer...YES you can The cable is Apple's (legacy) 30 pin connector. This cable is compatible with iPhone 3G through 4s iPad 1st through 3rd Generation iPod (various generations) Apple has a complete and official list of supported devices on their product page: Apple 30-...


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I'm not sure what you are asking, especially with your lack of effort in formatting. The iPhone 4 uses the 30 pin dock connector so devices such as iPhone (1st generation), iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, 1st through 4th generation iPod Touch, iPad 1, iPad 2, and iPad 3 will support it. Unless you have a fake (clone) device that also utilises ...



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