Android Recovery

How to Recover Lost Phone Number on Android

Did you wrongly deleted the phone number on your Android device? If yes, you might know how trouble it is to miss contacts from your Android phone. Maybe you can recover phone number from your outlook account if you did backup before. But if there is a way to recover contacts number without backup? Don’t panic, here’s the method for you.
This method is very convenient and useful for you to restore your wrongly deleted or lost phone number. It just requires one recovery tool: Android Data Recovery. With it, you can easily and fast to have the data back. Actually, this data recovery tool also help you to recover Android photos, videos and so on.

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Download the free trail version of this program by clicking the buttons below.

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To do the Android phone numbers recovery see the steps mentioned below:

How to restore lost phone numbers from Android phone


Step 1 Stop Updating Any Data in Your Phone
Step 2 Connect your Android phone to the computer
Step 3 Enable USB debugging on your Android phone
Step 4 Allow Software to Scan Lost Data
Step 5 Preview and retrieve phone numbers on Android
Step 6 Back up Your Android

Step 1 Stop Updating Any Data in Your Phone 

If you find your Android data get lost unintentionally, you should stop updating anything because, for example, if you add or delete any phone number after losing data, the phone will automatically update this and your backup file will be overwritten. That is, your phone number that deleted unintentionally is likely to leave you forever. That's why the excellent Android data recovering tool - Android Data Recovery is designed to be downloaded on PC-end or Mac-end. 

Step 2 Connect your Android phone to the computer

Once you install and run Android phone number recovery tool, it will ask you to connect your Android phone to the computer.
connect your android
Step 3 Enable USB debugging on your Android phone
If your phone has not open USB debugging, this program will prompt you to move to your Android phone to enable USB debugging.
enable usb debugging
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"

After your device identified, you can get your Android ready to be scanned. Tick the ones you want so as to save more money. For example, "Contacts", and click next to start the scan.
choose contact files

Step 4 Allow Software to Scan Lost Data

Note: Before starting, please make sure that your phone battery is more than 20% changed.
scan android data
When you get a window as follows, turn back to your phone again and click "Allow" to permit the Superuser Request, and then click "Start" on the program's window to begin the scan.
Step 5 Preview and retrieve phone numbers on Android
When the scanning finish, you will find all your deleted(orange ones) or undeleted(black ones) contacts are listed on the right window. Choose those you want and click "Recover" to save them to your PC.
recover data from android

Note: After recover your phone numbers to your computer, you can use the Android Transfer to import them back to your Android phone.
Step 6 Back up Your Android 
It is necessary to do Android backup from time to time. So that to prevent your Android data from losing forever. 

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