Lost Contacts from Samsung Galaxy due to perform a hard reset, or broken your Samsung mobile phone, or accidentally deleted all Contacts list.As we all know,the contacts are very important for every mobile phone users,no matter the contacts for your business, friends or your relatives, you can but a new phone, but you can’t buy all your lost contacts back! However, how to recover lost contacts from Samsung Galaxy is a is a common problem for Samsung users.Now next is the best ways for Samsung users to recover Samsung Galaxy lost contacts directly.
The Samsung contacts recovery software - Android Data Recovery not only can help you directly recover your Samsung device lost contacts, but also supports recover Text messages, photos and video from Samsung Galaxy.What’s more,the Samsung Galaxy data recovery can help you scan and recover any lost Media( Photo, Video, Music) from SD Card of your Samsung phone.
This program applies to all currently popular Samsung Galaxy smartphones:
Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy S2, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini, Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Ace, Samsung Galaxy Y, Samsung Epic, Samsung Galaxy Grand
Free download the trial version of this Samsung contacts recovery software below:
Note: To recover your lost contacts from Samsung Galaxy, you'd better not use your Samsung Galaxy for anything since the data loss.
The use guide shows how to restore lost contacts from Samsung below now!
Restore lost contacts from Samsung Galaxy step by step:
Step 1 Install and luanch the Android Data Recovery
After downloading the program, install and run it on your computer. Then you will see it's primary window to ask you to connect your Android device to PC via USB cable.
Step 2 Enable USB debugging on your Samsung phone
Once connect your phone to the computer, the program will promtp you to enable USB debugging if your Samsung has not set up that option. There are three ways to finish this job:
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"
Note: If you still get this window after enabling USB debugging on your device, please try to click "Open? Next...", or try to disable and reset it again.
Step 3 Begin analyzing and scanning your Samsung
Now you will see the icon of the step 3 light up, you can click the green button "Start" to begin to analyze the data on your Samsung device.
Note: Please make sure that the battery on your device is more than 20%.
When there is a superuser request poping up on the screen of your device, it's time to turn back to your Samsung and click "Allow" to enable it. Then click "Start" to continue scanning your device for deleted contacts on it.
Step 4 Preview and restore lost contacts from Samsung Galaxy
As you can see in the scan result, you can not only recover deleted contacts from your Samsung, but also retrieve text message, photos and videos. If you just need to recover lost contacts, just mark "Contacts" and then click "Recover" to save them to your computer.
So after above 4 steps, you can get all your lost and deleted contacts back from any Samsung Galaxy device easily and reliably with the help of this Android Data Recovery. Just try it for free.
What's more about Samsung Data Recovery:
Samsung Data Recovery not only supports restore lost contacts from Samsung mobile phone, but also can help Samsung users recover any lost data or deleted files( photo, video and music) from Samsung tables,this Android data recovery tool is the world’s first Android data recovery which supports recover Contacts and SMS messages from Android Samsung mobile phone,including Samsung Galaxy, Galaxy Ace (GT-S5830), Galaxy Fit (GT-S5670), Galaxy Note I (GT-I9220/N-7000), Galaxy S (SHW-M110S), Captivate Galaxy S (SGH-I897/ GT-I9000), Galaxy S (SCH-I909), Galaxy SL (GT-I9003), Galaxy Mini (GT-S5570), Galaxy S II (GT-I9100), Galaxy Note I (N-7000), Infuse (SGH-I997), Galaxy Plus (GT-I9001), Epic 4G Touch (SPH-D710), Galaxy Exhibit (SGH-T759), Galaxy Tab (GT-P1000), Galaxy Tab (P7500), Note 10.1 (N8000) and more...