2014/05/22

How to recover deleted contacts, photos, text messages from Samsung Galaxy S5 fastly

Get your Samsung Galaxy S5?

Samsung Galaxy S5 has been popular around the world before its release. After official release and selling, many users buy Samsung Galaxy S5 to enjoy its wonderful experiences. If you still hesitate whether you should to buy Samsung Galaxy S5, you can search some reviews and get more opinions on the web.

How can you recover deleted contacts, photos, text messages from Samsung Galaxy S5

However, depended on the experience of using Samsung Galaxy phone in the past, many users always have the accidental deletion for contacts , photos, text messages, etc. If similar situations happen to your Samsung Galaxy S5, you need to recover deleted data from Samsung Galaxy S5.

General ways for Samsung Galaxy S5 contacts, photos, text messages recovery

Generally speaking, when you need to restore lost data from Android phone, you can try to restore from backup that you made before. Therefore, when you would like to do Samsung Galaxy S5 data recovery, you can check your backup firstly.

For Photos, you can use Google+ and Google Drive which have originally installed restore your gallery photos to your Samsung Galaxy S5.

For contacts and text messages, similarly, you can use Gmail account to sync back contacts and text messages. 

Finally, based on backup, you can check your KIES that is official management software, it can back up and restore many data for your Samsung Galaxy phone.




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Extra way to recover data from Samsung Galaxy phone


When you find there are no backup after deleting contacts, photos, text messages from your Samsung Galaxy S5, how can you do? Don’t worry, you still have chance to recover deleted files from Samsung Galaxy phone.

Tenorshare Android Data Recovery can help you. It empowers you to recover photos, contacts, text messages, videos and call history on Galaxy S5 lost after accidental deletion, formatting, rooting, flashing ROM, factory restore, or Android system crash. You can search on Google or download from Cnet.

Notes:
When you become aware of you did a wrong deletion, you had better not use your device before you get back lost data.

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