Wednesday, April 29, 2015

How to Restore Lost Contacts from Samsung Galaxy S6

Last night, my daughter accidentally put my samsung Galaxy S6 restore the factory settings when I was taking a bath. All my data is gone, how can I do, especially the contacts, I need to recover accidentally deleted these important contacts. help me! -Linad

Samsung many users are facing data loss problems, they usually store large amounts of data to the Phone, like important contacts, Christmas photos, party video, customers call history and so on. Some users suddenly lost important contacts, and when there is no backup, they can not wait to find a variety of online methods to recover data, but ultimately failed.In fact, do not worry too much,When Contacts, Photos, videos, or other files are deleted on Samsung Galaxy S6, the data itself will not be erased from Samsung Galaxy S6 immediately. The deleted Contacts will be saved in its Internal Memory or Memory Card before they’re overwritten by new files.

Samsung Data Recovery allow you to Recover Deleted Data from Samsung Galaxy S6 without a backup file lost after accidental deletion, factory restore, formatting, rooting, flashing ROM, or Android system crash. It also recover other data ,like Photos,Messages,Videos,call history,ect. And supports any other Android phones and tablets running Android L, 4.4 and newer, Android 3.0 to 4.3, Android 2.3 or earlier.

Note:Data loss is inevitable, so you can periodically transfer the Contacts and Photos captured on Samsung Galaxy S6 to an external storage or a computer for backup.
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How to retrieve deleted contacts from your Galaxy Note

Step 1 Avoid the Deleted Phone Numbers from Being Erased Totally
When you have lost data on Samsung Galaxy Note, try not to use or update it. Apparently, this behavior will create new files which stand a chance to cover the old content. Thus, they can not be extracted again.

Step 2 Connect your Note to the computer
Launch the software on your computer after the installing. Then you'll get the window as below. Connect your device to the computer.

Connect Samsung Phone to Computer

Step 3 Enable USB debugging
In this step, you need to enable USB debugging on your phone. You can do that in the light of the follow steps which show different accesses for different android system.
1) 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"
2) Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" > Click "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging"
3) Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" > Click "Applications" > Click "Development" > Check "USB debugging"

Enable USB Debugging 4.2

The following interface shows you the recoverable files. Choose whatever you like. But "Contacts" is recommended if only the info of your acquaintance is wiped off.

Restore Android Deleted Data

Step 4 Analyze and scan your phone
After your device is detected by the software, check your phone battery to make sure it's more than 20% charged. Then click "Start" to analyze the data on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

Start to Scan Samsung Phones

After the a few seconds' analysis, turn to your device, you will see a popping request on the screen. You just need to click "Allow", then go back to the computer and click "Start" on the program's window to start scanning your device.


Step 5 Preview and restore deleted contacts
After a few minutes' scan, all recoverable contacts found on your device will be displayed on the window, you can preview them one by one, and tick those you want and save them on your computer by clicking "Recover".

Recover Samung Note Contacts

A powerful file recovery tool will be safer for you to retrieve your precious contacts or other data such as pictures, music, videos, SMS messages and so on. Android Data Recovery will be your best choice and reliable helper.


Another Way to Recover Lost Contacts from your Gmail

Go to MENU > SETTINGS > ACCOUNTS AND SYNC > GOOGLE to check if the little dot on the right is green. Green means that your Google account has been binding to your phone. That's because if you've registered your Google account on your Samsung Galaxy Note and enabled the “SYNC ALL” button on it, ‘your contacts will be automatically backed up to your Gmail. Then you can login your Gmail and bring all your contacts back from it.

Note: Back up your Samsung Galaxy Note from time to time. This will definately do you help when meeting with an emergency. One can either do a backup file with Gmail or use this tool, Android Transfer.