How to Access Lost Contacts from Android Phones?
There are a lot of factors that may lead to the contact loss from an Android phone. Some of this may include; when you click on the delete button accidentally, if you factory reset your Android phone when your phone has a virus which tampers with the content of the phone as well as when you tamper with the contact settings of your phone. You may also lose the contacts together with other files in the phone in the event that your phone is lost or has some technical issues. There are a lot of reasons as to why you may need to recover the lost contacts. But the first matter is how to access the lost contacts from Android phones?
It is possible to access lost contacts on your Android phones because deleted or lost contacts are actually still here on your Android phone memory as long as they haven't been overwritten by new data. Therefore, stopping using your Android device once the contacts are lost on it. Then, you need to search for a third-party tool like the MobiKin Doctor for Android or its Mac version - Doctor for Android Mac to help you access the internal memory of the Android phone to find the invisible lost contacts. With the full version of the program, you can even preview the lost contacts, extract them from the phone and save them on your computer.
MobiKin Doctor for Android is hundred percent safe and it is compatible with most Android phones, including Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, Sony, Huawei, ZTE, Google, etc. It is easy to use, supported on all windows platforms and do not need a third party program for it to be effective. You can also use it to recover Android call history, text messages, photos, videos, music, documents and many more. Please note that you need to root your Android devices firstly so that the program can access the internal memory of your Android phone.
How to Access Lost/Deleted Contacts on Android Phones?
Step1: Run the Doctor for Android program
Open MobiKin Doctor for Android on your computer after you downloaded and installed it. Connect your Android mobile phone to the computer using a USB cable and make sure you have opened USB debugging mode on the phone so that it can be detected.
Step 2: Select "Contacts" to scan
You will be asked to select specific file types to scan. Tick "Contacts" only so that the program saves time to scan the contact book in your phone only. After a few while, all the existing and lost contacts are all scanned out and displayed here.
Step 3: Preview and export lost contacts to computer (optional)
Now, you can preview the scanned out contacts, including those lost ones, one by one. And if you like, you can export them to your computer by clicking the "Recover" button on the bottom right.All the exported contacts will be saved as HTML or VCF file format on your computer.