How to recover Samsung Galaxy S7 deleted or lost Contacts

Contacts are one of the important data for our mobile phones, which allow us to keep in touch with other people at any time. When we lose contact, we lose contact with other people for some time. Now, more and more Samsung users are experiencing such problems. Why lost contacts? There are a lot of these accidents, such as: accidentally deleted, cell phone formatting, system abnormalities, and so on.          

Is there any way to recover lost contacts? Next we will introduce some methods for you to provide your reference.

Here are  two ways  to restore Android’s missing data:

Method 1: how to restore data to backup after losing data

Nowadays, people usually use the system backup function or cloud services (such as Google) to backup their mobile phone data. If you have a good habit of doing regular backup or synchronization, it’s easier to recover files after you reset the Android phone or lose data when you leave the factory.

Option 1: Recover Android Data from Google

If you have set up Google account on your Android and enabled synchronization for all data, after factory reset, you can set up your Google account again on the phone. An option during the set up process will allow you to restore all the synced data.

Option 2: Restore Android Data from Backup

Many Android phones are endowed with local backup app or function. If you have backed up data regularly, then, after factory reset, just go to “Settings” > “Back up & restore”, and select the latest backup file to restore data from backup.

Method 2:Free download   Android data recovery software to try(Recommend)

Restoring Android’s lost data is very simple. You just need a Android data recovery tool.

You can also refer to other methods, but we’d better recommend Android data recovery tools because it’s more secure.

If you need this kind of help, you can download the trial version of  Android data recovery  on your computer for  free.

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