Recover Deleted Data from Samsung Galaxy Note
Samsung Galaxy Note/S is one of the most welcomed model of smart phone and tablet in the market. People like to use it to get contact with their family or friends, or pass the time while they're boring. However, while you're using your Samsung phone or tablet in the daily life or work, you may lost data like contacts, SMS, music, photos, video or other files on Samsung Galaxy due to formatting, accidentally deleting, ROM flashing or other unknown reasons. Under this situation, many Samsung users ask is it possible to retrieve deleted or lost files on Samsung Galaxy in all kinds of Android or mobile phone forums on the Internet, and obviously, they're always confused in a wide variety of answers, then what is your plan to deal with the lost Samsung Galaxy files?
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We all know that Samsung phone has no trash bin for you to recycle any deleted data on the device, but it doesn't mean the data deleted from Samsung are wiped permanently. Actually, when a "Delete" order is performed, only the space that the file occupies is marked as blank and can be reused by new files, but the deleted file will be still there until new data overwrites it. That is why you can find back your deleted or lost contacts, messages, photos or other files from Samsung Galaxy after the deletion. However, for the data that are saved in the phone's external SD card, you can use a common data recovery software to get them back, but how about contacts or text messages? As it is well known for all that contacts and messages are always stored in the phone's internal memory, and most data recovery software on the market have no ability to conduct a scan and get the lost data on the phone' internal memory. Fortunately, you have found MobiKin Doctor for Android (Win or Mac) here.
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How Can I Recover Deleted Data from Samsung Galaxy in Few Clicks?
If the data you're going to restore is saved in the phone's internal memory before, then rooting the Samsung Galaxy will be required at first. Then you'll also be required to enable USB debugging on the device as follows:
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".
After that, you can link the device to your desktop computer (Windows or Mac system are all available here, but here we'll only take the Windows version as an example). Then run the program and it will show you an interface like below and detect your device automatically.
Note: Here, you may turn to your device to turn on USB storage and click "OK" button on the device to allow USB debugging before the scanning.
After the scan, files on the device will be categorized. The deleted and existing files will be marked in different colors. Here, you can only preview the detailed contents that is marked in red color, and when you're finding the target files you need, don't worry, just check the box besides the file.
When all deleted files have been marked, you can hit "Recover" button to save them on your desktop computer completely. Media files will be saved in its original format while the contacts and messages will be stored as HTML format on the desktop computer.
That's all! Now, you can reuse the restored files in any places as you like!