12/22/2014

How to Recover Deleted Contacts from Samsung Galaxy A3

Part 1: Something about Samsung Galaxy A3
Part 2: The method to recover deleted contacts from Samsung Galaxy A3
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Something about Samsung Galaxy A3

Samsung has announced two new devices, the Galaxy A3 and the Galaxy A5, that will satisfy your mid-range device needs in an extremely thin, metal constructed frame. The new devices are designed with social networking in mind and will be promoted for the younger crowd.

Both the Galaxy A3 and the Galaxy A5 are designed in a similar fashion, but the A5 is clearly the larger and more powerful device of the two. While the Galaxy A5 may be larger when measured edge to edge, it is the thinner of the two, measuring in at just 6.7mm, while the thicker Galaxy A3 also measures in a fraction under 7mm itself.


In supporting social networking, you should expect a handful of tools to improve your selfies. With a 5MP front camera listed for both models, Samsung lists Wide Selfie, Rear-cam Selfie and Beauty Face Features as camera features for the new phones. The selfie technology includes the ability to automatically focus on a person’s face and even an animated gif mode, for a bit of life in your social media stream.

Both the Galaxy A5 and A3 will come packing a 1.2GHz Quad-core processor, 4G connectivity and include Galaxy line specific features, including Ultra-Power Saving Mode, Private Mode and Multiscreen. In addition, the A3 and A5 will come with adjustable audio, which will adapt to noise levels in your surrounding environment to adapt and enhance sound output of the devices

Samsung Galaxy A3



The Samsung Galaxy A3 is a little less impressive on the specs sheet, good thing we like to get our hands on these devices before we judge them. A 4.5-inch qHD Super AMOLED display is backed by that same 1.2GHz Quad-core processor. 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage with support for 64GB microSD and a decent 8MP rear camera round out the main specs. Turning things down a bit, the Galaxy A3 comes with a 1900mAh battery.
Samsung Galaxy A3 Specs



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The method to recover deleted contacts from Samsung Galaxy A3

Lost Contacts from Samsung Galaxy A3 due to perform a hard reset, or broken your Samsung mobile phone, or accidentally deleted all Contacts list.As we all know,the contacts are very important for every mobile phone users,no matter the contacts for your business, friends or your relatives, you can but a new phone, but you can’t buy all your lost contacts back! However, how to recover lost contacts from Samsung Galaxy is a is a common problem for Samsung users.Now next is the best ways for Samsung users to recover Samsung Galaxy A3 lost contacts directly.


Compatible with Multiple Android Devices & Tablets:

Well, don't be desperate. Samsung Data Recovery here provides you a better recovery experience ever. No matter the contacts are stored on SD card or internal memory card of your Samsung Galaxy A3, you can easily scan them out and check any one you want back to recover. Now, read on and follow the easy-guide carefully to retrieve your lost contacts from Samsung Galaxy.

*Recover contacts from Android phone directly.
*Recover photos, videos and music from Android SD cards.
*Retrieve deleted contacts and text messages from Android internal memory cards & SIM cards.
*Friendly UI, support all Android phones and tablets.


                    

Tutorial: How to Recover deleted contacts from Samsung Galaxy A3

Step 1. Connect Samsung Galaxy A3 to the Computer

Open the program first and get the interface below. Use a USB cable to connect your Samsung Galaxy to the computer.
                   
Step 2 Enable USB debugging on your Samsung phone

Once connect your phone to the computer, the program will promtp you to enable USB debugging if your Samsung has not set up that option. There are three ways to finish this job:

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"


Step3 Start to Analyze Your Samsung Galaxy A3 phone

When your Galaxy is successfully detected by the app, you will see the following window. Continue to click "Start" button for scanning your device.


Note: Please make sure that the battery on your device is more than 20%.

When there is a superuser request poping up on the screen of your device, it's time to turn back to your Samsung and click "Allow" to enable it. Then click "Start" to continue scanning your device for deleted contacts on it.


Step4 Scan and Retrieve Contacts from Samsung Galaxy

The scan will cost you a few minutes. Then you will see all the scanned out results listed by the program. Click “contacts” on the left and tick “only display deleted items” for lost phone numbers. Now you can preview and mark those you want to click “recover”. All the steps are completed and you need to wait for a moment before the app saves them on your computer.


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