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How to Recover Deleted Contacts from Samsung J1/J2/J3/J5/J7

Up to now, I'm still using a Samsung Galaxy J3. With such a long time using, its interface become sluggish and I deleted my contacts on my Galaxy J3 accidently because of this problem.

So, how can we recover those contacts simply and conventiently? The usual way is definitely troublesome and I really do not want to input those contacts once again. Therefore, I find a software that can directly recover the deleted photos from my Galaxy J3.

That is Android Data Recovery. It is a professional expert for Android devices. Not only supports contacts data recovery function, Android Data Recovery also lets you recover other data on your Android devices, including contacts, text messages, call history, audio, photos, videos, etc. Besides, it can backup & restore your data on your devices. This article will guide you recover your lost contacts on Samsung J series.

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Steps to Recover Deleted Contacts from Samsung Galaxy J1/J2/J3/J5/J7


Step 1. Connect Your Samsung Device

Firstly, install and run the program on your computer, then connect the devices to computer with a USB cable. When you can see the primary interface, click the first mode "Android Data Recovery". By the way, please enable the USB debugging on your Galaxy device, if you didn't, the program will get a pop-up message on your device and need to enable it now.


Step 2. Select the File Types You Want to Scan

Then select the data you want. Let us check the box in front of "Contacts" and click "Next" button to enter next step.


Step 3. Scan Your Device for the Lost Data

This time, you have two choice of scanning. One is the "Standard Mode", which is recommended by us because it will work faster. Another is the "Advanced Mode", you can try it, if the "Standard Mode" fails. Then click "Start".


Step 4. Preview the Scanned Result and Recover Them

When the scanned process completed, you can preview the scanned result through the program. The left side of the window is the types of file, and the detail of them is on the right side. Check them one by one and tick the data you want, then click "Recover" button to recover them on your device directly.



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