7/09/2015

How to Recover/Restore Deleted Contacts in S Dous 2/3

Part 1: Samsung News
Part 2: How to Recover/Restore Deleted Contacts in Galaxy S Dous 2/3
Part 3: More related articles
  


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Samsung News

The Samsung J2 has all exposure Upgrade/resolution is still moving.

Samsung J1 But also just launched just five or six months, was soon after the waves on the beach.According to foreign media reports, the company is developing a model for SM - J200F aircraft, known as Samsung J1 showing the motion of a sequel Samsung J2.(Retrieve lost contacts from Samsung galaxy)

Allegedly, Samsung J2 using 4.5 -inch, 800 x 480 screen with a 32-bit Exynos 3475 quad-core processors (frequency of 1.2 GHz), pre - 2 million + 5 million pixels rear camera, equipped with 1.5 GB of RAM + 8 GB ROM (support extended storage space).In addition, the machine body measurements for 136 * 69 * 8.3 mm, battery capacity is 2000 mah, run Android5.1 system.

We review the Samsung J1 showing the motion of configuration information, the machine USES 4.3 -inch, 800 x 800 screen, with a 1.2 GHzDual -Processors, pre - 2 million + 5 million pixels rear camera, equipped with 512 MB RAM + 4 gb ROM (support extended storage space).The battery capacity is 1850 mah, only to run Android4.4.4 KitKat system, India for 7190 rupees, or about 720 yuan.
Samsung J2, by contrast, the screen size, memory, storage and battery capacity and so on were promoted, but still included in the camp of the crane, is not strong.The machine may start in India, and in other emerging countries, seeking an entry-level and support Android 5.1 system of mobile phone users can focus on.

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How to Recover/Restore Deleted Contacts in S Dous 2/3

Nowadays, Samsung Galaxy are widely used all over the world,specifically the Samsung galaxy S Dous 2 , many people may use their phone to take photos, make notes and even store important files. Just because the strong function of Samsung Galaxy, people would like to make full use of it. However, If you formatted your phone,you may lost contacts, photos and other data.Some people may ask is it possible to recover deleted contacts or lost contacts on Samsung S Dous 2? Don’t worry,you still have chance to restore contacts on Samsung S Dous 2 with a professional Samsung Data Recovery.

Samsung Galaxy Contacts Recovery is a professional recovery software which is designed to recovering Samsung Galaxy series smart phones. With this data recovery tool,you can easily to recover your Samsung Galaxy contacts. Samsung Galaxy Contacts Recovery Pro's Raw Recovery Process will scan your Samsung Galaxy and restore your deleted contacts automatically. It is a 100% safe phone recovery and it will scan your Samsung Galaxy phones automatically.It works will with S Dous 2, Galaxy S4/3/2/S, Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Notes,ect.

Download the free trial of the software to have a try. Below is the step-by-step guide showing you how to recover contacts from the Samsung S Dous 2, Samsung Galaxy S6/S5/S4/S3/S2/S or Samsung Galaxy Note 3/2/1 on computer.

                   

Recover/Restore Deleted Contacts in Samsung Galaxy S Dous 2/3

Step 1: Run the Android Data Recovery and connect Samsung to PC

After downloading the program, install and run it on your computer. Then you will see it's primary window to ask you to connect your Android device to PC via USB cable.

Step 2: Enable USB debugging on your S Dous 2/3

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"

Note: If you still get this window after enabling USB debugging on your device, please try to click "Open? Next...", or try to disable and reset it again.

Step 3: Start to analyzing and scanning your Samsung S Dous 2/3

Now you will see the icon of the step 3 light up, you can click the green button "Start" to begin to analyze the data on your Samsung 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.


Step 4: Preview and recover deleted contacts from S Dous 2/3

As you can see in the scan result, you can not only recover deleted contacts from your Samsung, but also retrieve text message, photos and videos. If you just need to recover lost contacts, just mark "Contacts" and then click "Recover" to save them to your computer.


Do you want to have a try? Now download the free trial version of this Samsung Contacts Recovery software below and follow the tutorial.

                     

More information about Android Data Recovery:

1) Directly restore deleted SMS text messages and contacts from Android phone.
2) Recover picture, video, audio and documents lost due to deleting, restoring factory settings, flashing ROM, rooting, etc., from SD cards inside Android devices.
3) Preview & selectively recover messages, contacts and photos before recovery.
4) Support multiple Android phones and tablets, like Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, and so forth.

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