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  • Global Expat Expat Forum ~ How ro recover data from telephone Android?
    Order Oldest First Newest First Mcclanahan Login to Contact 11 11 2014 03 11 EST Hello everyone I have accidently format my telephone Samsung and lost all the data I want to recover my data but i don t know how to do it Help me please Post a Reply 1 0 abuse casadecuenca Login to Contact 11 11 2014 07 18 EST I believe that unless you backed your phone up to the cloud your data is history Post a Reply 0 0 abuse Prante Login to Contact 11 14 2014 03 53 EST I think you can try to use a Android Recovery Software to recover your lost data like this http www ipubsoft fr recovery android music photos recovery html http www istonsoft fr mobile phone recover deleted contacts from android phone html Post a Reply 0 0 abuse sami1 Login to Contact 11 24 2014 09 55 EST hello friend my suggestion is you must use a recovery software Post a Reply 0 0 abuse Jkolaakk Login to Contact 7 3 2015 05 47 EST Do not add anything on your android phone This do will prevent data be overwritten If the data not be overwritten You can be easily get lost data back You can use effectively and available tool to help url http www samsung messages backup com resources recover deleted files from android phone html How to retrieve android phone data url Post a Reply 0 0 abuse Jkolaakk Login to Contact 7 3 2015 05 48 EST Do not add anything on your android phone This do will prevent data be overwritten If the data not be overwritten You can be easily get lost data back You can use effectively and available tool to help Post a Reply 0 0 abuse PLLUCKY1 Login to Contact 7 27 2015 22 11 EST I guess you didn t backup your samsung files before If so you need to get help from a 3 rd party samsung recovery tool like Jihosoft Samsung Data Recovery Firstly stop using your Samsung phone immediately as the lost photos probably be overwritten by any new content which could make the lost data unrecoverable Then get a reliable tool to get lost photo back From my own experience Jihosoft Samsung Data Recovery http www jihosoft com android samsung data recovery is a good choice to recover deleted Samsung phone photos I have restored some important pictures with it You can try your luck Learn more http samsung deleted data recovery blogspot com Basically as long as the deleted data not been overwritten the samsung data recovery program can help you get them back Post a Reply 0 0 abuse Nisenler Login to Contact 8 27 2015 04 02 EST As for me you can use MobiKin Doctor for Android software recover data from android phone easily Download it http www mobikin com doctor for android Post a Reply 0 0 abuse gigitanner123 Login to Contact 12 21 2015 21 13

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  • Global Expat Expat Forum ~ Looking for a lake
    you willing to fly 12 hours to get there What do you expect in terms of infrastructure That can vary tremendously from place to place Power outages unreliable internet service poor medical facilities the list goes on Post a Reply 0 0 abuse Waterpoet Login to Contact 1 6 2016 18 04 EST Thanks OldPro Clearly I m not Infrastructure and healthcare are important as is the distance We can only afford 125000 or less but we can afford a rental up to 1500 per month and could even go higher if necessary I d prefer to eventually own since it s more personal and homey We have a lovely home in The States that we want to keep and live in for half the year and that s the problem it ties up our funds My husband prefers lakes but it would have to be a clean and swimable one He would consider beachfront if that isn t possible The arts are also important to us so I guess we re asking a lot I ve heard that the Merida area has it all other than the lake Swimable water is the key I hope that clarifies things a bit better I know nothing about the possibility of partially financing a foreign property but that would up the house price considerably if it s something we could do Thanks so much fir the education Post a Reply 0 0 abuse OldPro Login to Contact 1 7 2016 11 42 EST More info equals more insight for the reader and that is always a good thing My first thought is that you should rent not buy You can always buy later if you get to a point where you believe that is what you want to do Have a read of a new thread I started That explains some of the reasoning http www expatexchange com expat index cfm frmid 260 tpcid 3407026 There are also other practical considerations like property taxes and other taxes you may have to consider The difficulty of getting clear land title in some places There is an issue in some countries of squatters rights It can be very difficult and or expensive to get them out if you leave your home unattended for a period of time The list goes on Being a part time resident can involve different factors from being a full time resident Being a 4 6 month per year tourist is a whole lot simpler You mention Merida look at this property for rent It was the first hit I got on Google by searching for Merida long term vacation rental http www tierrayucatan com details en 003369 A swimmable lake is probably much harder to find in most of Central and South America than beachfront is Simply because most people want beachfront not lakefront and so most properties are built where the demand is I would suggest taking a week or two vacation package to Merida or wherever else

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  • Global Expat Expat Forum ~ where to retire
    get a feel you need to visit Our plan is to start doing this next year with a visit to Panama We do not want to live in a large city but something smaller but close enough to have the benefits of the large city mainly medical facilities Thanks for any advice and help any can give Shane Post a Reply 1 0 abuse suziehammond Login to Contact 10 9 2015 09 07 EST Hi please make sure you are OK with humidity if you go to Panama and parts of Ecuador Climate is ok in several parts but they are smaller cities with less to do If you haven t done it yet please make lists of your must have and must NOT have issues before you go much further Don t forget that there is much more of SA that is great to live in Do LOTS of research not just the more obvious destinations For instance Uruguay Chile and Boliva are lovely to live in stable and beautiful Suzie Hammond is the author the eBook system I am Not Sure Where I Want to Be But it s Not Here Easily Find Your Ideal Relocation Destination http www goodwriter info Blog FREE eZine Free Special Report http www goodwriter info Blog index html Post a Reply 0 0 abuse TaraE4F Login to Contact 10 15 2015 02 51 EST Ecuador The World s Number 1 Retirement Haven From massive benefits to a low cost cost of living it is a beautiful place to retire in The next thing you need to think of is moving your annuities across I can give you some advice regarding transferring your money But otherwise I wish nothing but happiness to you and your wife Safe travels Post a Reply 0 0 abuse PanamaJackie Login to Contact 1 3 2016 22 42 EST I live in Boquete Panama It is only humid near the coast or in Panama City When you get in to the highlands the weather is much cooler and it is not humid The average daytime temp is 77 and about 10 degrees cooler at night Perfect weather for me I ve also been to Ecuador several times Cuenca is nice But at 8500 feet it is way too cold Even with a sweater and jacket I was wishing I had a heater but few places have heaters Rents are a little more affordable in Educador but the 14 sales taxi is terrible and so it the cost of any electronics The economy and stablitiy of the government is much better in Panama than it is in Ecuador too International Living just published their 2016 report about the best places in the world to retire PANAMA won again You can see the report here http panamarelocationtours com panama the best place in the world to retire Post a Reply 0 0 abuse thrustbucket Login to Contact 1 5 2016 10 27 EST Funny enough I m from Utah as

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    Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Trinidad Tob Turkey Turkmenistan UAE Uganda UK Ukraine United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe Join Sign In Home Country Forums Expat Resources Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Home Country Forums Global Forum Expat Resources Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Moving Overseas Culture Shock Expat Healthcare Expat Tax Finance FACTA FBAR Expat Blogs Retire Overseas Resources Expat Health Insurance Mail Forwarding Mail Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration My Home Private Messages Friends Invite My Ads My Profile My Tips Login to Contact blkbemr1 About blkbemr1 Currently Lives Citizen of Some Forum Posts Global Expat Forum where to retire Hello all My wife and I live in the USA in Utah and want to retire hopefully in the next 3 years We have been researching and learning about different places for about the last year and a half I think we have narrowed it down to either Panama or Ecuador I was hoping to get some input from people who have retired to these countries pros and cons that sort of thing I know to actually get a feel you need to visit Our plan is to start doing this next year with a visit to Panama We do not want to live in a large city but something smaller but close enough to have the benefits of the large city mainly medical facilities Thanks for any advice and help any can give Shane Date Joined 10 8 2015 Total Posts 1 Posts Day 0 01 Join Today free Join Expat Exchange to meet expats in your

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  • Global Expat Expat Forum ~ How to decide?
    you you seem to be going about making your choice the right way Putting lots of research into you destination s is really the only way to go IMHO We have been in your shoes and the best advice I can offer is to get really organized about what you want in life It sounds like you have some of that going on and I encourage you to do even more Our last move has been to Chile as it suited our work and interests in art and music You should have seen the what our new home must have list LOL Your work skills may be put to use here and your orientation not a big issue socially You will find Chile is not a huge bargain in living costs although less than most of the US EU We liked it because it is very socially and financially stable and modern The peso does not swing wildly like other SA currencies and there is law and order here with a decent police force Don t get me wrong there is no paradise anywhere IMO but we enjoy it enough here that we are building a house after 6 years of renting If you think about coming down to visit drop me a private note Best of luck in your search Suzie Suzie Hammond is the author the eBook system I am Not Sure Where I Want to Be But it s Not Here Easily Find Your Ideal Relocation Destination http www goodwriter info Blog FREE eZine Free Special Report http www goodwriter info Blog index html Post a Reply 0 0 abuse Marko2 Login to Contact 12 9 2015 09 05 EST I have a TEFL teaching English as Foreign Language certificate I got from on international school in Puerta Vallarta Mexico It was a month long intensive course and so much fun Immediately after graduation I got a great job in Mexico for a private school They even got me a permit to work in the country I got paid well and met many locals It was great try looking up Dave s ESL Cafe They have job listings from around the world and lists of schools to get your degree in Good luck Post a Reply 0 0 abuse PanamaJackie Login to Contact 1 3 2016 22 35 EST You need to research what the requirements are for getting a job in another country In Panama where I live you need a work permit to get a job and you can t get a work permit without a Visa Plus wages are quite low in Panama unless you are working for a multi national company There are more than 100 multinational companies in Panama so that may be an option The company will help you get the visa and work permit if they hire you Without a residency visa most countries have a limit on how long a tourist can stay in the country IN panama is

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    Republic Slovenia Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Trinidad Tob Turkey Turkmenistan UAE Uganda UK Ukraine United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe Join Sign In Home Country Forums Expat Resources Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Home Country Forums Global Forum Expat Resources Expat Guides Real Estate International Jobs Moving Overseas Culture Shock Expat Healthcare Expat Tax Finance FACTA FBAR Expat Blogs Retire Overseas Resources Expat Health Insurance Mail Forwarding Mail Shipping Relocation Auto Shipping Auto Expat Tax Real Estate Agencies Business Services Currency Exchange Education Expat Banking Expat Counseling Expat Finance International Jobs Language Cross Cultural Legal Services for Expats Pet Shipping Travel Insurance Visa Immigration My Home Private Messages Friends Invite My Ads My Profile My Tips Login to Contact nathan1981 About nathan1981 Status Considering a Move Abroad Gender Male Currently Lives Citizen Of United States Some Forum Posts Spain Looking for advice from Americans in Spain My partner and I are in our mid 30s and looking to move to Spain for a period of 1 2 years We will have some savings to support ourselves but not nearly enough for the entire time We ll both need to have at least part time work while we are there What do we need to know in terms of visas Most of the information I ve found online is geared toward citizens of the UK All the info geared toward Americans seems to be about moving to Sweden for some reason Neither of us are fluent in Spanish but are learning Global Expat Forum How to decide My partner I are in the early stages of planning our move We are planning for early 2017 and wherever we decide on we would like to stay for about 2 years We ve bought a few books and talked to a few people But the more research we do the more overwhelming it seems We both agree that we need to narrow it down to our top three destinations and then focus our energy on the country we choose We ll have to support ourselves while we are abroad so will need some sort of work and want to be able to travel while we are away Our main goals are to experience a different culture possibly learn a new language and travel Some concerns we re gay and in an interracial relationship I m white and he s Latino Native American For work I have lots of hospitality industry experience and he has lots of retail cosmetics experience I d like to get some experience in the wine industry Any suggestions on how to narrow down a search Right now I m leaning toward focusing on Chile Argentina or Spain Date Joined 12 8 2015 Total Posts 3 Posts Day 0 05 Join Today free Join Expat Exchange to meet expats in your area or get advice before your move It s FREE and takes 1 minute List

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