retrieving deleted text messages on iphone 3g

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help please

Florissant, MO

#1 Apr 24, 2012
I need to nail a cheating husband. He has deleted thousands of messages to the woman he is having an affair with. I need those deleted messages. Is there a local business that does this sort of service?
Oh My

Sedalia, MO

#2 Apr 24, 2012
Electronic eavesdropping is very likely illegal.

Why not simply leave him and divorce him?
Ha

United States

#3 Apr 25, 2012
If you're in Missouri it won't matter any way. No fault state.

“You are freaking out.....man.”

Since: Jun 11

Puyallup, WA

#4 Apr 25, 2012
If you think he's cheating, then you just need to leave him. If you're at the point where you're going to start going through something private like his cell phone, you obviously do not trust him period. Time to let him go and find your own happiness.
in the know

United States

#5 Apr 25, 2012
help please wrote:
I need to nail a cheating husband. He has deleted thousands of messages to the woman he is having an affair with. I need those deleted messages. Is there a local business that does this sort of service?
If you're positive that he's cheating, then why would you want to see messages? That's just rubbing salt in the wound. Don't hurt yourself anymore.....take your pride and just leave. And correct...MO is a no fault state. Pictures, messages,ect will not be allowed in any MO court.

Since: Jan 12

Saint Louis, MO

#6 Apr 25, 2012
You can go to the phone carrier . They will print text messages for you. I had to do this with my kid...
Maci

Chicago, IL

#7 Apr 25, 2012
You can do it yourself they text pad

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#8 Apr 25, 2012
The carrier keeps a transcript of all texts, I'm sure with a little poking and prodding they'd oblige.

You can also download certain apps I'm told that essentially mimic a keylogger.

Since: Jul 11

Dexter

#9 Apr 25, 2012
help please wrote:
I need to nail a cheating husband. He has deleted thousands of messages to the woman he is having an affair with. I need those deleted messages. Is there a local business that does this sort of service?
You don't need those deleted messages for anything if you already know he's cheating. You'd think it would be a lot easier to approach the mistress, or just go ahead and file for divorce.

“You are freaking out.....man.”

Since: Jun 11

Puyallup, WA

#10 Apr 25, 2012
Captain Obvious Says wrote:
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You don't need those deleted messages for anything if you already know he's cheating. You'd think it would be a lot easier to approach the mistress, or just go ahead and file for divorce.
Unless she doesn't know who the mistress is and wants those texts to find her number, thereby finding her.

But I agree. Just get a divorce. It's not rocket science.
Guest

United States

#11 Apr 25, 2012
Captain Obvious Says wrote:
<quoted text>You don't need those deleted messages for anything if you already know he's cheating. You'd think it would be a lot easier to approach the mistress, or just go ahead and file for divorce.
Approach the mistress? For what?!? OMG, ROFL!!!

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#12 Apr 25, 2012
I don't understand the significance of approaching or confronting the woman with whom your husband is cheating. WHY? Obviously he's an idiot, why would you want to keep him? Let her have him. That's what D I V O R C E is for.
wow

United States

#13 Apr 25, 2012
So everybody's is posting stuff that has nothing to do with what she was asking . She already knows that he's cheating but she wants to see or recover the text messages. It's not anybody's business to tell her what to do but I think if she's old enough to get married she probably knows what to do and I m pretty sure she has family members for help.

So back to your post , yes there is a way to recover the messages and i m pretty sure I can do it. I work on iPhones and I fix them for people . But I m not sure legally if I m allowed to do it if the phone or the phone line thru AT&T is not on your name. I cannot invade somebody's privacy with out their knowledge I might get myself a free ride to the county jail.

“You are freaking out.....man.”

Since: Jun 11

Puyallup, WA

#14 Apr 25, 2012
wow wrote:
So everybody's is posting stuff that has nothing to do with what she was asking . She already knows that he's cheating but she wants to see or recover the text messages. It's not anybody's business to tell her what to do but I think if she's old enough to get married she probably knows what to do and I m pretty sure she has family members for help.
So back to your post , yes there is a way to recover the messages and i m pretty sure I can do it. I work on iPhones and I fix them for people . But I m not sure legally if I m allowed to do it if the phone or the phone line thru AT&T is not on your name. I cannot invade somebody's privacy with out their knowledge I might get myself a free ride to the county jail.
It has plenty to do with what she's asking. She doesn't need the text messages recovered, she needs a divorce. LOL.
help please

Florissant, MO

#15 Apr 25, 2012
wow wrote:
So everybody's is posting stuff that has nothing to do with what she was asking . She already knows that he's cheating but she wants to see or recover the text messages. It's not anybody's business to tell her what to do but I think if she's old enough to get married she probably knows what to do and I m pretty sure she has family members for help.
So back to your post , yes there is a way to recover the messages and i m pretty sure I can do it. I work on iPhones and I fix them for people . But I m not sure legally if I m allowed to do it if the phone or the phone line thru AT&T is not on your name. I cannot invade somebody's privacy with out their knowledge I might get myself a free ride to the county jail.
The phone that no longer in service. My husband used it to text her on until I purchased the new 4g for him that he now uses. I am in the process of getting a divoce as well. I believe the more information that I have to prove his character COULD possibly be beneficial.
Ha

United States

#16 Apr 25, 2012
help please wrote:
<quoted text>The phone that no longer in service. My husband used it to text her on until I purchased the new 4g for him that he now uses. I am in the process of getting a divoce as well. I believe the more information that I have to prove his character COULD possibly be beneficial.
Beneficial to what? Proving he cheated will not matter one way or the other. The courts don't care in Missouri; assuming that's where the divorce proceedings are filled. In a no fault state proving a spouse cheated is not going to benefit you, the judge will find it inadmissible and move on. You're only opening a door to prolonged pain and obsessive behavior. Hold your head high and move forward. Dwelling in the past will bring you down. G'day.
GmOmma

Sikeston, MO

#17 Apr 25, 2012
Its leverage in court. If this person has something they don't want out in public she can use it to barter with. I knew a women who was sleeping with a judge. The proof her ex had got him their little girl. This was no where down here before anyone stars guessing judges. This was by Springfield.

“You are freaking out.....man.”

Since: Jun 11

Puyallup, WA

#18 Apr 26, 2012
GmOmma wrote:
Its leverage in court. If this person has something they don't want out in public she can use it to barter with. I knew a women who was sleeping with a judge. The proof her ex had got him their little girl. This was no where down here before anyone stars guessing judges. This was by Springfield.
There's quite a difference. She was sleeping with a judge. Of course he wouldn't want that out in public, he's a public official. This is a different situation (unless the guy is a public official). They won't base custody on whether he cheated, but who has a more stable home, who is working, rap sheet, etc.
Gmomma

Sikeston, MO

#19 Apr 26, 2012
That's why I said leverage on something they may not out.

“You are freaking out.....man.”

Since: Jun 11

Puyallup, WA

#20 Apr 26, 2012
Gmomma wrote:
That's why I said leverage on something they may not out.
Which still won't matter. It won't matter in custody, and it's a no fault state, so as far as legal means, it won't do squat. If she wants to publicly humiliate him, she can pretty much jump on Topix and start an anonymous thread about him.

She should get a divorce and move on. An above poster hit it on the head. She's opening herself up for more pain by going after the texts.

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