Phone Text Forensics

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Mobile phones are becoming an essential part of people’s lives. Losing information of your phone can be the end of the world. As phones get older software or hardware faults can cause phones to act in weird and wonderful ways.

We can help to quickly and easily identify the problem and help return your life to normal, helping retrieve lost, damaged or accidently deleted data.

Our forensic detectives are highly professional and have many years of experience with all forms of phones and operating systems and relish the challenge of solving the problem.

There can be hundreds of reasons why your phone can stop working properly but we feel that we have the expertise to help.

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    A West Midlands civil parish and market town is Bilston. In Staffordshire, Bilston East and Bilston North, which entirely comprise Bilston parts, and which comprises Wolverhampton parts and a Bilston part, Ettingshall, include three wards of Wolverhampton City Council that cover the town. Improving Bilston's road links with West Bromwich and Birmingham, Black Country Spine Road opened at the same time. At what was known as Bilston Steel Works, five of these were producing a total of nearly 25,000 tons of steel per year.

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    The Black Country Route phase between the M6's Junction 10 and Bilston town centre was completed during 1995. Sometimes believed incorrectly to be in Bilston, manor Primary School, which used to be a secondary school, is within the Coseley Wolverhampton-governed part in Woodcross. The case of David Brandrick, "Bilston Murderer", scandalised Bilston in 1862. For years, Bilston has had a market in the town centre.

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    When to Wulfrun Wolverhampton was granted, Bilston was referred to as Bilsatena in AD 985 then as Bilsetnatun in 996 in St. Mary's Church grant charter (St. Peter's Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton). Under the Local Government Act 1894 covering the parish of Bilston, Bilston Urban District Council was formed in 1894. The adjoining Leisure Centre of Bert Williams, which form the centrepiece of the town's Urban Village which is planned to include a total of more than 1,000 new homes, the Academy of South Wolverhampton and Bilston include the 21st century developments in Bilston.

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    A exorcist known as The White Rabbit was brought in as by an evil spirit the coal mines of Bilston were haunted reputedly. The wooden statues group called "Steel Columns " and designed by Robert Koenig can be seen at Bilston end of the Black Country Route. South Wolverhampton and Moseley Park School, (formerly Fraser Street Schools) which was Secondary Modern of Etheridge, and Bilston Academy and Bilston Boys' Grammar School include many schools, and two secondary schools that Bilston has. Opened on 3 August 1833, Bilston had a School for Cholera Orphans during (1829-51) the second cholera pandemic after an outbreak which had left 450 orphans in Bilston after the death of 742 sufferers.

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