Broken Android Data Recovery

How to Recover Contacts from Broken Android/Samsung Phone

Do you form a habit of making backup copies of your contacts in Android phone from time to time? If your answer is “No”, how do you deal with the problem of recovering contacts from your Android when your phone is out of order? If you’ve got no idea, I would like to share my solution with you. Android Data Recovery is a terrific app which can release you from the anxiety of losing Contacts on your Android phone.

As a specialized program, Android Data Recovery is tailored for Android users to retrieve contacts from Android regardless of what Android models they hold. Furthermore, in addition to contacts recovery, the restoration of messages, pictures as well as call log all can be regained with simple operation. It takes you minutes merely to achieve what you want. Why not have a try?

Now you are given a chance to experience the trial version of Android Data Recovery. For Mac users, you need to download the Mac version by tapping on the button on the right.

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How to Restore Lost Contacts on Broken Android/Samsung

You can refer to the instruction below and learn how to recover your lost Contacts from Android at the moment. When you complete the installation of Android Data Recovery and have it gotten to work, the window like the sample picture shows you underneath will come up in front of you. Next, you need to build the connection between your Android and computer by using a USB cable. In this way, you Android can be detected by the software soon.

Note: Remember that running other Android phone management software during the contacts recovery process is not allowed.

Step 1. Set up the Right Android OS

When you enter this interface, you need to operate according to the instruction underneath, which is determined by your Android OS version.

1. For Android 2.3 or earlier: Go to "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging"
2. For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Go to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"
3. For Android 4.2 or newer: Go to "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"

Step 2. Analyze and Scan your Broken Android for Contacts on it

As you begin to scan your data on Android, one thing should be ensured. That is, you need to check whether your phone battery is more than 20%. Only when it meets this condition, can you press on the button "Next".

Step 3. Select the Apposite Recovery Mode

At the first place, you are allowed to choose those data that you want them to be recovered. If you don’t want to wait for a long time, you can choose to scan contacts only. What to do next is choosing the storage scanning mode. If you just want to scan your lost data, you can check the box of "Scan for deleted files" to achieve it.

Logically, a note which asks for your permission to scan your Android will appear on your phone at this point. You are required to click on "Allow" so as to conduct the data scanning process.

Step 4. Preview and Recover Contacts from Broken Android

Here, you can find that all the contents including your deleted contacts and other files are displayed to you in the main window. If you just want it to show you your deleted data, the icon which is located on the top can help you to do this.

Yes, the whole process is finished now. Your lost Android contacts have been restored and saved on your computer. Far more than contacts, if you are in possess of Android Data Recovery, all kinds of data in your Android can be recovered in an easy and efficient way.
Hurry to download the trial version here and have a try. Android Data Recovery is what you can not miss.

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