Even if you have a nice smartphone like Samsung Galaxy S6, you may still be in for data loss resulted from a system failure or a simple mis-operation. Compared to the expensive device, the data saved on it can be more important for you.
Actually a common data loss cannot be a big problem nowadays. You can easily search and find a variety of Samsung data recovery tools which can help you to deal with the problem. But you still need to try your best to protect your lost data from being overwritten by the newly added data, which will increase the probability of success to retrieve the lost data.
How to Protect Your Lost Data on Samsung Android Phone
If you just find that you deleted some important data such as contacts, text messages, precious photos and so on from your Samsung Phone by mistake, don't be too nervous. You should stop using your cellphone in no time, don't call, don't take pictures and don't even launch other apps. Because that all of these operations will generate new data which may overwrite the deleted data on your Samsung smartphone internal storage or SD card.
How to Recover Lost Data from Samsung Android Phone by Samsung Data Recovery
You have no power to recover the data all by yourself unless you are a talented engineer. So you have to find a powerful Samsung data recovery tool to help you fix this problem. Although you may find some capable data recovery tools to retrieve the deleted data on computer, as to a cellphone, you may have to find a more powerful one because some special data such as contacts, text messages are saved as special format and need to be exported properly by a professional tool.
Here is such a professional Samsung data recovery tool– Fonelab for Android. This little program will help you scan and find out all the deleted data on your Samsung cellphone, and then retrieve them to computer.
Tips: Samsung data recovery tool- FoneLab for Android can support well almost all Android cellphone such as Samsung Galaxy S4/S5/Note 2/Note 3/Note 4/Note Edge、Note 5 and more.
Step 1: Enable USB debugging on your Samsung phone
Firstly, enable USB debugging on your Samsung phone:
For Android 2.3 and earlier: In “Settings” on your Samsung phone, click “Application”->”Development”, then get the “USB debugging” checked.
For Android 3.0 – 4.1: In “Settings”, go to “Developer options”, and then just click “USB debugging”
For Android 4.2 & latter: Also in “Settings”, click “Build number” for several times until the “Developer options” appears in “Settings”. And then go to “Developer options” to enable USB debugging.
Step 2: Launch FoneLab for Android and connect your Samsung cellphone
Install Samsung data recovery tool – FoneLab for Android on computer, and then run this program. Then get your Samsung phone connected to the computer with USB cable.
Step 3: Recover lost data from Samsung phone
After the program has identified your device, you can choose the types of the data you want in the interface. Samsung data recovery tool – Fonelab for Android will scan your Samsung phone and find out all the data including the deleted ones which meet the requirement. After that, just in one simple click, the program will export them to your computer. FoneLab for Android will open the export folder for you so that you can check these recovered data conveniently.
Tip: On the top-right of the window, you will see a search box there. After the program has found out and listed all the lost data for you, to find the certain items quickly, you can just input the keyword to the search box, and the program will search and then show all the qualified items for you.
By default, all data including the existing data and the lost data will be shown in the window by different colors, you can also just switch on the “Only display the deleted item(s)” button to hide all the existing items.
This post was last modified on June 7, 2017 8:35 am