|Restore Contacts from Galaxy S4|
Free download the Android data recovery to restore deleted contacts from Samsung Galaxy phohne
How to recover deleted/lost contacts from Samsung Galaxy S4
Step 1 Connect your Samsung Galaxy to computer
Go to download and install Android Data Recovery on your computer. Then open the program and you can see the following interface:
|Connect your Samsung Galaxy to computer|
Connect your Galaxy S4 to the computer with a USB cable. Then you need to enable debugging so the program can recognize your device.
As shown in the window, choose the right way for your Android OS version.
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Open "Settings" on your phone and find "Applications". Go to "Development" and check "USB debugging".
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Go to "Settings" < "Developer options" < "USB debugging".
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < "About Phone". Click "Build number" for several times until you are noted that "You are under developer mode". Return
to "Settings" and go to "Developer options" to check "USB debugging".
|Enable Debugging for Galaxy S4|
Click "Start" to scan your Galaxy S4 for lost data files, such as contacts, photos, movies, etc. The process will take some time, and you can see the process and
remaining time from the progress bar on the top. Wait with patience now.
A request from the Superuser Request will pop up on the screen of your device and you need to click on "Allow" to enable it. Then click "Start" again to continue
scanning your Galaxy S4 for lost contacts.
Step 4 Preview, Check and Restore Lost Contacts
When you get the scanning results on the left of the window, go to "Contacts" and preview the details on the right. You can slide to only display deleted items on the
top to easily find what you want to recover. Then check those you want back and click "Recover". Done. Your lost contacts are restored on your device now.
|Preview, Check and Restore Lost Contacts from Samsung S4|
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