How to recover Contacts from Samsung Galaxy S4/S3/S2/S

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How to recover Contacts from Samsung Galaxy S4/S3/S2/S

Postby updateios » Sat Nov 09, 2013 12:10 pm

Lost Data on your Samsung Galaxy S4/S3/S2/S? Don’t worry,you can use a Samsung Galaxy Data Recovery easily recover contacts, messages, photos and video from Samsung Galaxy devices, like Samsung Galaxy S4/S3/S2/S, Samsung Galaxy Note etc.

I have ever use a Android data recovery to restore contacts from my Samsung Galaxy S3,I remember it’s named Dr.Fone for Android which is a powerful Samsung Galaxy data recovery tool,it supports contacts from Samsung Galaxy Phone.What’s more,If you want to recover other data on your Samsung Galaxy,this professional Android Samsung data recovery can help you recover messages, photos and video from Samsung Galaxy devices, like Samsung Galaxy S4/S3/S2/S, Samsung Galaxy Note etc.

In additional,if you want to recover lost files on the SD card inside your mobile phone, this Samsung recovery tool allows you restore photos, video and music form SD card inside your Samsung phone.

Do you want to Recover lost data on your computer or other storage media? This Data Recovery software can help you recover photo, video and music from computer, or other storage devices like external hard drives, cameras, camcorders, USB drives, iPod, MP3/MP4 players, etc.If you use Mac, you can use Data Recovery for Mac .

How to recover lost or deleted Contacts from Samsung Galaxy ?

Step 1. Connect your Samsung Galaxy to the computer

Connect your Samsung Galaxy to the computer with a USB cable. Then run the program and you'll get the main interface below.

Step 2: Enable USB debugging before scanning your phone

Then you need to enable USB debugging before scanning your device. There are three options for you to follow. Choose the right Android OS vesion for your phone, and follow to set it.

1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click"Development" < Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check"USB debugging"
3) For 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"

Step 3. Scan your Samsung Galaxy phone

When your device is connected and detected by the program, click "Start"button in the screen below to start analyzing it. Before doing this, make sure that your phone battery is more than 20% charged, so that you can get a smooth scan.

After the analyzing, you need to turn to your device's homescreen to click"Allow", so that the scan can be started. Then click "Start" to scan your device now.

Note: For some devices, they may ask you to click "Allow" more than one time on your device's homescreen. It's normal. Just do it if it askes.

Step 4: Preview and recover Contacts from Samsung Galaxy

The scan will take you some time. When messages and contacts are scanned out, it will remind you. And you can stop the scan to get them back if you only want to recover deleted messages and contacts. For photos and video, it will take you more time to scan out all of them.

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After the scan, you can check details of all the found data one by one. Mark those you want and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.

Note: Don't save the recovered data on your Samsung Galaxy cell phone again. Find another place for it like on your computer or other external disk, for safety's sake. If you want to import your contacts, photos and video back to your Samsung device, you can use MobileGo for Android,this Android transfer software can help you transfer any data from computer to Samsung or backup data from Android Samsung to computer, including messages, contacts, photos, videos, apps, etc.

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