Recover Deleted Contacts from HTC Mobile Phone
More and more HTC users are complaining the problem of data losing, especially the contacts losing problem during the period of using the phone. And they face difficulties in restoring contacts lost due to any reasons, such as system crashed, virus attack, factory resetting, mistakenly operations and so on. Thus, an increasing number of users are looking for an effective way to retrieve the lost, deleted or formatted HTC contacts list (including phone number, email address, name, etc.) on the Internet, and obviously, it is not easy to find an ideal solution here.
As we known, the contacts list is a part of the most important data saved in the mobile phone. The contacts losing means a disaster for almost all of us, and sometimes it can really drive us mad. But we can't leave it alone. Is there any method to make up for the lost? Indeed, the answer is "YES". Actually, when you delete a contact from your mobile phone, it does not mean the deleted contacts have been vanished forever. It only means the place where you stored the contacts is marked as blank for rewriting, and the lost data become invisible. So, there is still an awesome chance that you can get them back. Nevertheless, you need the help from a third-party program to achieve the goal.
That is why MobiKin HTC Contacts Recovery or HTC Contacts Recovery for Mac comes here to meet your demands. It empowers you to restore HTC contacts list including name, phone number, email address, company address, etc. smoothly. Besides, the program also have the ability to retrieve data like photos, SMS, music, video, archives, and many other files from your phone's internal and external SD card without no restrictions. What's more, this program can compatible with a large amount of devices, such as Motorola, Samsung, LG, Sony, ZTE, and so on.
Now let’s go through the process to see how easy to use the tool to recover deleted contacts from HTC phone.
Steps on Recovering Deleted, or Lost Contacts from HTC Mobile Phone
First of all, connect your HTC Desire, EVO, One, etc. with the computer by a USB cable. then turn on the phone USB debugging as the following instruction according to diverse Android versions.
- For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging"
- For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"
- 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: Since the contacts are saved in the phone's internal flash card, so you need to root your HTC phone to make the internal memory is accessible here.
If you have done the above step, then the program will start scanning files on your device. Just wait for a little while, and then you can see data on your HTC phone have been divided into different folders. Just check and mark the option of "Contacts" in the left panel, and then you can see the scanned contacts list in the right panel. Click on any number in the right panel and then you can view all detailed information just like below interface:
Mark all number you wish to restore, and then hit "Recover" to save them on your desktop computer as HTML format.