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How to Recover Deleted Contacts from Android Phone?

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Have you ever wrongly deleted contacts on Samsung smartphone? The deleted contacts maybe very important for you. It must be very inconvenient for you when losing the important contacts list. And what you need is that find the way to retrieve deleted contacts from Samsung device. Luckily, this post will show you the method, just follow the steps below and have a try. You can use Samsung contacts recovery program, also called Android Data Recovery, to detect your Samsung smartphone and restore deleted contacts on Android directly. Actually, you can also recover lost SMS from Samsung by using this recovery tool.

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All currently popular Samsung Galaxy smartphones are supported:
Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge/S6/S6 Edge/S5, Samsung Galaxy Note 5/4, Samsung Galaxy A9/A7/A5, Samsung Galaxy Y, Samsung Epic, Samsung Galaxy Grand, etc.

Note: stop any operation to your Samsung phone when you find that your Android data was lost. Since data update might overwrite your Android data, and your data will not be recovered any more.

Click the icons below to dowload contacts recovery software for free. 

      

Steps of Recovering Lost Contacts from Samsung Galaxy S


Step 1 Avoid Data Overwritten on Your Samsung Galaxy
Step 2 Connect your device to the computer
Step 3 Enable USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy
Step 4 Analyze and scan your Samsung Galaxy for Lost Contacts
Step 5 Preview and Restore Contacts from Samsung
Step 6 Backup Data on Samsung Galaxy from Time to Time

Step 1 Avoid Data Overwritten on Your Samsung Galaxy

Keep your Galaxy data from being overwritten is essential to protect your Android data. That is to say, stop update your Samsung files once your Android data is lost and quickly fetch Android Data Recovery to extract your deleted data back.

Step 2 Connect your device to the computer

Double click on the program's icon on your computer to install and run it. Then you will get the primary window, which will prompt you to connect your Samsung phone to PC via USB.

connect to pc

Step 3 Enable USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy
If you have not opened the USB debugging option yet, this program will ask you to do it. And there are three ways to enable USB debugging for different Android OS version. 
1) 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"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" > Click "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging"

3) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" > Click "Applications" > Click "Development" > Check "USB debugging" 

us debugging

Step 4 Analyze and scan your Samsung Galaxy for Lost Contacts

Now the program has detected your Samsung device, you can click "Next" button to go to the next step. During the Android Data Recovery analyzing your phone, a pop - up will asking whether allow or not to proceed. Here you need to move to your phone and tap on "Allow" to enable the Superuser Request. 

scan samsung data

Step 5 Preview and Retrieve Lost Contacts

After scanning, the recoverable messages will be display in the scan result. Preview them one by one and mark those you want to back, at the last step is just click "Recover" to save them as a HTML file on your computer. Here, you can also uncheck the sms, and recover sms from Samsung phone.

preview and recover

Step 6 Backup Data on Samsung Galaxy from Time to Time

In order to prevent the data from losing, it is necessary to backup Samsung from time to time. So that you will not worry about that the files can’t be recovered again.


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