How to Recover Deleted/Lost Data from Samsung Galaxy A50/A53

Summary: This article tells the best way for you to recover the deleted and lost data from your Samsung Galaxy A50/A53 even without any backup, including contacts, SMS, photos, videos, call history, WhatsApp messages, audio and more, as well as backup data from your Samsung Galaxy A50/A53.

The Samsung Galaxy A50 camera is 24 MP, Auto-focus, dual-LED dual-tone flash, front camera is 24 MP Camera, Video (1080p@30fps). It has 64/128GB Built-in, 6GB RAM and runs on Android 9.0 (Pie).The screen size of Samsung Galaxy A50 is 6.3 Inches, it has bluetooth, it has FM radio, and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot WLAN functionality.

The Samsung Galaxy A53 (2019) features with a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED infinity display, 19:9 Aspect ratio and Resolution 1080 x 2880 pixels.The device is powered by an Exynos 7 9610 chipset. The phone comes with 4/6 GB of RAM and 64/128GB of Storage (expanded to 512GB via a microSD slot). The phone will feature Mali-G72 MP3 GPU. The Samsung Galaxy A53 runs Android 9.0 (Pie) and is powered by a 3700 mAh non-removable battery. The LTE phone comes with other connectivity features such as dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ANT+, NFC, GPS and more.

Accidentally deleting files on your new phone can be annoying sometimes, especially when the lost data is very important for you. So what would you do if you meet the situation of losing your important contents such as photos, contacts, call history, messages and so on? This article will talk about how to recover deleted files from Samsung Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A53 on your own instead of sending it to your local repair shop. Pleases check it out below.

Android Data Recovery, the world’s 1st Android smartphone and tablet recovery software. The supported devices include Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, Huawei, HTC, ZTE, Google, Nokia, OPPO, etc. and the supported files also have contacts, text messages, photos, videos, WhatsApp messages, call history, audio and so forth. It is important that Android Data Recovery can be used simply and it will recover your data without any damaged. What’s more, you can fix the Android system errors, backup & restore phone data by using this tool. The following articl will guide you the way of recoverring deleted data.


Directly Restore Data from Samsung Galaxy A50/A53 without Backup

Step 1. Choose a recovery mode and connect your phone to PC

Launch the program and choose “Android Data Recovery” on the main interface. Then connect your Samsung Galaxy A50/A53 to computer via a USB cable.

If you didn’t open the USB debugging on your phone, the program will open it for you and you need to enable it. If you have done already, just continue the next step.

Step 2. Select file types to scan

Now, select the data you lost, the program will help you scan your device to find them. Just check the types of them and click “Next”.

Step 3. Preview and recover the lost data selectively

The scan process will last for a few minutes, which will depend how much data must be found. When the process completed, the program will display the lost data to you in the window. You can turn “Display deleted files only” on, if you need. Then check them one by one. Finally, click “Recover” to save them all on your computer.

Accidents are always unpredictable, although in most cases you can recover the lost data by using Android Data Recovery, however, backing up your phone data regularly will give you more protection. Now, let’s learn how to backup data from Samsung Galaxy A50/A53 by using powerful software.

Step 1. Run the software and choose “Android Data Backup & Restore” in the main interface.

Step 2. Take out a USB cable to connect your Samsung Galaxy A50/A53 to computer.

Step 3. Once your Samsung Galaxy A50/A53 is successfully connected, you can choose “Device Data Backup” or “One-click Backup” option to back up your files.

Ensure that your phone is ready for backup, then click “Start” button to begin exporting your data from the Samsung Galaxy A50/A53 to computer.

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