Recover Deleted Text Messages from Android
Messages usually mean lots for everyone. The latest survey shows that thousand millions of SMS are being sent and received everyday by cell phone, especially on Android smart phones. It is clear that messages are not only used to deliver information to our friends, relatives and business partners; but also be saved as a memorandum to help users store important and valuable moments. We usually keep such messages about the when, where, who, what, and how, which is the core of an event. Thus, the loss of these text messages can be treated as a big disaster in some specific situations.
But are you sure the messages in the Android phone are completely safe? Of course, NOT. For example, while we are going through the messages, our fingers' slightly slant may cause the launch of the wrong button and the loss of some vital information. Furthermore, it is quite normal for the naughty boys to play with your phone. And they will delete some useful data for the ignorance of the correct operation of the device... So many situations will cause the message loss on your mobile phone, then more and more users want to know is there any way to compensate for this loss?
Fortunately, there exists the way to sweep your worry about the loss of messages. But here you should stop writing new data into your phone once you've found something important is lost. Otherwise, your will lose the only chance to get back your deleted messages. To be honest, you cannot finish this task without the help of a third-part program - MobiKin Doctor for Android (Win/Mac). It dealing with data accurately, directly, and rapidly, can enable you to recover deleted Android text messages only with several simple steps. Besides, you can have a preview before perform recovery, so you can choose whatever you are expected to back up selectively. What's more, you needn’t worry about the model of your phone, as a wide range of brands are compatible with this software, such as HTC, Samsung, Motorola, Sony, ZTE, LG, Huawei, Dell and other phones with Android system.
Let’s move on the detailed steps to restore your deleted text conversation from Android phone systematically. First of all, you need to get the free trial version of the best Android Message Recovery software by clicking the below icons.
Steps on Recovering Deleted SMS (Text Messages) from Android Mobile Phone
We know that SMS messages is almost stored in the phone's internal storage card, so in order to ensure the program can get the full access to the storage card, you need to root your Android phone and enable USB debugging before we start the whole process officially. Below is some tips for you to open the USB debugging.
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".
Step1: Connect Your Android Phone and Make it Detected
Connect Samsung, HTC, Motorola or other Android mobile phones to the computer via its USB cable, then launch the program. If you have done the above preparation works well, then the program will auto-detect your device and start scanning files on your phone.
But if your Android phone is running on a system of 4.2.2 or above, then a pop-up window will appear on your device just like the below interface. Just choose "Allow" > "OK" button firstly, and then the program will continue to detect and scan files.
Step 2: Preview the Text Conversation and Begin to Recover
Preview all your messages by left clicking the "message" button, and then mark what you need to recover and click the button "Recover" to save them on your PC.
OK, now you have known how simple to get back the lost SMS that you ever thought gone forever. Now, download the wonderful software to get back your lost messages.