|samsung data recovery to recover your lost data|
Tips: The Samsung Data Recovery software can help you recover data from the new Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy A8, Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note3 LTE/Note3/Note II LTE/Note II, Galaxy S4 zoom/S4 mini/S4/S4 LTE, Galaxy Express, Galaxy Pocket, Galaxy S II Plus/S III mini/S III LTE/ S III/S Duos/ S Advance, Galaxy Ace3/2/Plus, etc.
The Key Features of Samsung Recovery:
-Recover photos, video, music and documents from your Samsung phone or talbets devices.
-Recover messages from your Samsung phone, and export both in HTML and XML formats to PC for easy reading, printing and importing to your device.
-Retrieve deleted contacts from Samsung, including names, numbers, Email & addresses, and export in HTML, vCard and CSV to PC
|samsung data recovery to get lost samsung data back only 3 steps|
Step 1. Run the samsung data recovery software on compuer and connect your Phone to Pc. Once the software is on,it can detect your Samsung phone.
Step 2.Start to Scan lost data from Samsung. Software will scan through your device. Once the scan is complete it will list the data you can recover to your device. You can check the left panel and make sure data is ticked.
Step 3.Directly restore lost Samsung data and save on PC
From the top you can search the data you want to recover specifically. You can toggle the options to see the deleted data. Now just click recover to begin the recover process.
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Hot Samsung Galaxy smart phone:
Galaxy has launched new phones in the series with better designs and updated features. Galaxy S, Galaxy Note and Galaxy A are new sub-series introduces with in the Galaxy series. Here are the top 5 hottest Samsung smartphone in Galaxy series:
1.Samsung Galaxy S6
You'll get everything the Galaxy S6 has to offer—the 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED® display, the slim and lightweight all-metal body, the 16-megapixel camera, and more—all for less than you thought possible. The upscale Samsung Galaxy S6's smooth glass-and-matte-metal body, improved fingerprint reader, and convenient new camera shortcut key make the phone a stunner. Samsung's decluttered take on Android 5.0 brings the beauty inside, too.
2.Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
Samsung nailed it with the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. These are Samsung's finest and best-looking smartphones to date and if Android is your mobile cup of tea, they are the handsets to beat.The Galaxy S6 edge also comes in its own exclusive color, a deep green that covers the front and back of the phone. It joins the standard black, white and gold colors that are also available on the Galaxy S6.
3.Samsung Galaxy S5
Samsung Galaxy S5 also running Android 4.4.2 out of the box, with 16 or 32GB of internal storage, SDXC external storage, and sports a 16-megapixel camera with a new flash technology. The battery is 2,800 mAh.Stunning. Innovative. Simply inspired. The Samsung Galaxy S® 5 is technology that truly impacts your life. Make split-second moments yours. Watch HD movies and games roar to life. Track your life right down to your heartbeat. Powered with innovation, the Galaxy S® 5 is like no other mobile device before it.
4.Galaxy Note 5 Review
As you can see, there is nothing missing from the Galaxy Note 5. Actually, Samsung leads with the fastest available RAM, fastest internal storage, new fast wireless charging technology, and magnetic secure transmission (MST) wireless payment technology. Combined with the other leading specifications, there is nothing else out there that beats the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
5. Samsung Galaxy A8 Review
The Galaxy A8 is the biggest of the A series with a 5.7" Super AMOLED screen like the last three Notes. It only has a 1080p resolution though, like the Note 3, so it's not as superbly crisp as the Note5 but not bad either at 386ppi (close to the iPhone 6 Plus 5.5" 1080p display).
Like the Galaxy Note5, the A8 has a metal frame, but it's lighter and thinner. At only 5.9mm thick it limbos lower than any other Galaxy yet and even most other phones on the market. Surprisingly, this didn't come at the expense of battery capacity - the Galaxy A8 actually tops the Note5 in this category.
The good news keeps rolling in when we get to the camera too. A 16MP shooter adorns the back with an f/1.9 aperture (sound familiar?). For selfies there's a 5MP f/1.9 camera. What's missing compared to the Note5's camera is OIS and 2160p video capture.
Tips: If you have bought a new Samsung Galaxy phone,you can use this Phone to Phone Data Transfer to transfer Samsung data to new Samsung Galaxy directly on three steps.
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