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Recover Deleted Text Conversation from Motorola

Text messages, as one of the most important function on all kinds of mobile phones, is now more and more popular in people's daily life for the reason that it can be sent and received quickly, and you'll never be disturbed by all kinds of noises no matter where you're. And it also can be stored on your mobile phone for reviewing the content at any time you like. However, messages on your smart phone are not 100% safe. For example, you're supposed here that you have a phone like like Motorola Droid, Motorola Razr, Motorola Atrix, etc., and we all know that motorola have long been known for their sleek designs, sexy lines and advanced technology, but all of these features will not keep you from accidentally deleting a text message, format your phone without backup, or fail to upgrade your operating system. You may lost something important like messages, contacts, photos, etc. due to the above reasons, but now it is no use to know why it is happened, the most important thing here is to find a way to get back your lost or deleted Motorola text messages ASAP. Then what will you do here?

As it is known to all that SMS is always saved in the phone's internal memory, but most data recovery software on the market only allows you to restore data in the phone's external memory. Thus, you need to find a tool that is specially designed for your Motorola phones and enables to conduct a deeply scanning on your phone's internal memory, then get back your deleted Motorola text conversation on Windows or Mac computer completely. Feel hard to find a tool like that? Don't worry, a full-functional yet reliable Motorola Data Recovery software comes here to meet your demand - MobiKin Doctor for Android (Win/Mac). With it, you're not only allowed to recover deleted text conversation from Motorola, other data like contacts, photos, videos, music, etc. also can be retrieved within a few clicks.

Cool, right? Now, just click below icon to get the free trial version, and then follow the below tutorial to start your own message restoring journey.

Tutorial: Few Clicks to Recover Deleted Text Messages from Motorola Phone

Attention: Since the messages are saved in the phone's internal memory, please root your Motorola phone before you link it to PC.

Be sure your Motorola phone is connected to the computer, and then launch the program. You're required to enable USB debugging on your device and then the program will detect your device automatically. If you don't know how to open USB debugging, below is the ways for your reference:
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".

A deeply scanning will be conducted once your phone is recognized by the program. Wait for a little while, and then you can check the scanning results in the program as you like. To restore lost SMS on Motorola, you only need to click "Message" button in the left panel and then you can preview the detailed conversation in the right panel just like the below picture. Select and mark the message you wish to restore, then hit "Recover" button to save them on your desktop computer.

Done! This is the whole settings for recovering deleted SMS messages from Motorola phones. If you have the same needs in the daily life or you wish to restore messages from other phones, you can use the program to solve your problem quickly.

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