I have a Galaxy Note GT-N7000 I write these lines from my mother's hospital bedside, where my family is on day eight of a 24-hour vigil. She is sadly dying, and I recorded some of her precious last conscious thoughts and songs on my Galaxy Note's internal voice recorder two or three days ago, shortly before she lost the ability to communicate. The next day, the phone broke. Mid-call, the screen went blank, there was a gentle 'click click click' sound in the earpiece, and that was it. I've not been able to power up, or get any response when charging or plugging in to a laptop since. Now data loss is usually a pain, but this for me will be something of a tragedy if I've lost those recordings. Can anyone think of a way for me to get those recordings back? I'm pretty sure they are on the internal SD card. Might there be a way to extract the data from whichever chip is the internal SD card? Or does it sound like there may be any way to repair the phone without destroying the data stored on its internal SD? Thanks so much for any insight you may be able to offer.