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    Default How to Recover Deleted or lost Data for Android

    Android Data Recovery is a user-friendly program for data recovery. Unlike other recovery tools, it covers a wider range of data types, which includes photos, contacts, messages and so forth, and a wider range of android devices.

    Accidentally erase your valuable data by ROM flashing, factory resetting, deleting, rooting or others? Of course you can always turn to experts. But it may be very costly. Being safe and trouble-free, Android Data Recovery is a good tool to recover data from Android operating systems—Android 2.3, Android 4.0, Android 4.3, etc. Sim Card data, external storage data and internal storage data are all recoverable.

    Warning: If you have lost your data, see to it that new files (photos, for example) are not added, for such behavior may overwrite previous ones. And once they are overwritten, there is no way we can bring them back.


    Recover Deleted Contacts from Android Phones
    Step 1: Launch recovery program and Enter USB debugging

    Run the software on your computer. You will see a primary window display to remind you connect your phone. With USB cable, link your phone to computer via USB cable.

    Ps: Be sure that your phone is over 20% charged.



    Actually it’s quite easy if you follow it procedure below to enter USB debugging. Different ways are for different Android system. Follow the guide as below.

    1) Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter “Settings” < “Applications” < “Development” < Check “USB debugging”
    2) Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter “Settings” < “Developer options” < Check “USB debugging”
    3) Android 4.2 or newer: Enter “Settings” < “About Phone” < Tap “Build number” for several times you will get a note “You are under developer mode” < Back to “Settings” < Click “Developer options” < Check “USB debugging”

    When you finish this step, click “Next” to continue.


    Step 2: Select what files you want and scanning mode

    Click the “Next” button on the window, then another window will show up to ask you which files you want to recover. Here we click “Contacts”, you also can choose “messages”, “Audio” and more. Tap “Next”, you need to choose scanning mode. It can only display deleted files or show all of them. Select the one you want and click “Next”.


    Step 3 Identify and check your device

    Check your phone whether there is a request appearing. Click “Allow” to allow the apps to scan your phone.

    After that, move back to your computer. Click the button “Start” again. Your Android phone is going to be scanned.


    Step 4. Preview and recover your contacts on Android

    Here we come to last part of tutorial. When the scanning is over, you are free to read and check every document on your files. Also you can see more details of lost contacts. Choose the contacts you want and backup them to your computer, click “Recover” to save them on your computer.

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    Wondering how to get back important data from Android mobile phone? You are recommended to install android data recovery, a data recovery program installed on PC or Mac.
    Recoverable Device: Samsung, HTC, Xiaomi, Sony, Google, Sony, and etc. With a very strong capability to recover lost data from android phone, Android Data Recovery program is a great helper for you. It is useful to recover different types of files, including videos, messages, pictures, and more. You can also view the data before recovery.
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