Summary: Can the lost data including contacts, SMS, photos, videos, audio, WhatsApp messages and more restored from your Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10+ or Samsung Galaxy S10e? This article will tells 3 simple and effective ways for you to get back the lost and deleted data on your Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e even if without backup.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ features a 6.44″ (16.36 cm) display with a screen resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels and runs on Android v9.0 (Pie) operating system. The device is powered by Octa core (Dual core + Dual core, Cortex A75 + Quad core, Cortex A55) processor paired with 6GB of RAM. As far as the battery is concerned it has 3700 mAh. Over that, as far as the rear camera is concerned this mobile has a 16MP+16MP+13MP camera. Other sensors include Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Barometer, Compass, Gyroscope. So, does it have a fingerprint sensor? Yes, it does. For graphical performance that can make games run smoothly, this phone has got a Mali-G76 MP12 GPU. On board storage is at 128GB with the option to expand the memory by up to 400GB.
Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e can attract a large number of buyers as a matter of course. However, an excellent mobile phone cannot avoid our man-made mistakes. This is why all mobile phone manufacturers will set up after-sales service center. Some mobile phone problems can actually be solved by ourselves. For example, when we accidentally deleted the important data on Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e, we could restore it in our own way. We can solve this kind of problem at home instead of going to the after-sale service center to ask for help.
However, not all users are aware of this approach, and next we’ll show you 3 simple ways of how to recover the deleted and lost data from Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e.
Samsung Data Recovery is a great choice to solve this problem. It can restore a more comprehensive file types, compatible with more kinds of Samsung Galaxy devices, adopt a simpler approach and provide a more secure environment. It supports almost all Samsung devices, such as Samsung Galaxy S series, Samsung Galaxy Note series, Samsung Galaxy A series, Samsung Galaxy J series, Samsung Galaxy C series, Samsung Galaxy Tab series and so on, of course include the latest Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e. It not only can be used to restore contacts, text messages, photos, videos, but also to restore WhatsApp messages, audio, call history, etc.. Also, you can preview the data you need to recover, which enables you to selectively recover data. In addition, the software steps are simple.
Step 1. First, please download, install and run Samsung Data Recovery on your comptuer, you can see all of the functions. Click “Android Data Recovery”.
Then, Use a USB cable to connect your Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e to the computer, and ensure that you’ve enable the USB debugging on your phone’s screen.
Step 2. Then select the data you would recover. Check the box in front of the type of data and click “Next” button.
Step 3. The scanning process will take you a few minutes. When this process is complete, the recoverable files are displayed on the desktop. You can preview them one by one. Then, check the data you need to recover, click on “Recover” to save them back to your computer.
Not all users have no habit of backing up data. If you have backed up your Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e, then Mobile Transfer can help you. Mobile Transfer is a well-known data transfer and management tool, with the help of this tool, you can easily restore data including contacts, SMS, photos, videos, call logs and more from backup file (MobileTrans Backup, iCloud Backup, iTunes Backup, Kies Backup, BlackBerry Backup, OneDrive Backup) to Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e.
Step 1. Install and run the program, then choose a backup file type from “Restore from Backups” in the primary window of the software, such as Kies, MobileTrans and so on.
Step 2. Skip to the next screen, choose of your backup files save on your computer, the program will extracts all the transferable files and displays them in the middle panel. Mainwhile, connect your Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e to computer by using its USB cable.
Step 3. Then you can select the file type that you want to transfer, once your device is recognized, you can press “Start Transfer” to begin the process. During the entire process, keep your phone connected.
Note: If you want to erase all your data on Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e before copying, you can use the “Clear data before copy” feature.
I believe that most Samsung users will not be unfamiliar with Samsung Kies. Samsung Kies is a mobile management tool for Samsung Android smartphones. It has a more comprehensive and diversified management method for mobile phones. It is the best management software for Samsung mobile phone users. If you’ve backup your Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e with Kies, then you can easily restore data to your device with Kies.
Step 1. Launch Samsung Kies on your computer and connect your Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e to the same computer via USB. Once successfully connected, choose “Backup & Restore” option and click on “Restore” at the bottom of the page.
Step 2. Now, Samsung Kies will automatically load the files you have backed up on this computer, choose the one as you like.
Step 3. As you can see, all the recoverable file on the selected backup file will be listed. Browse the loaded files and tick all the content you want to recover. Then, click the “Restore” button to start restoring process.
In today’s digital world, the loss of mobile contacts seems to be a trivial problem, but it will not disappear. With all the focus on data consumption, camera quality and social media features, it’s easy to forget that contact lists are one of the most valuable features of mobile phones. It’s painful to have all the contacts missing from your family, friends and work, so we’ve created a dedicated, comprehensive post that tells you how to recover them when needed.
How did this happen?
The most common reason for losing contacts is to upgrade the operating system of mobile devices. Whether your phone runs on iOS, Android or Nokia Symbian, manufacturers send intermittent software updates to refresh the phone with the latest features. Unfortunately, this can sometimes lead to the loss of your contacts, depending on where they are stored. Or, you may accidentally delete or delete contacts when synchronizing with new applications.
Recover Deleted/Lost Contacts from Android
Method 1: Recover androic contacts with Address Book application
Don’t worry! Your contacts may still be on your mobile phone.
If you are using an Android Samsung/Huawei/Sony/Vivo/Oppo/ZTE/THC/Xiaomi/LG/Meizu/Google/Nokia… device, the system sometimes hides your contacts and makes them look like they have been deleted.
Fortunately, there is a simple way to check if this is the case:
*Open the Address Book application.
*Press the menu in the upper right corner (three vertical points).
*Select Contacts to Display.
*If not, please click “All Contacts”.
*If “all contacts” are not selected, the problem should be solved.
Method 2: Recover android contacts from Google
If you are an Android user, you should first check the Google account that has been linked to the mobile device. When you first create an account on your mobile phone, you may automatically accept the transfer of your contacts. If you do, the good news is that you can restore all contacts directly to your mobile phone.
To do this, go to your inbox and select Contacts from the drop-down menu.
If you can see your contacts, click More, and then click Restore Contacts.
You can also take some measures to prevent this from happening again.
*Start your contacts, and then select the menu/more buttons.
*Then navigate to Settings > Address Book > Import/Export Contacts > Export to Device Storage
*Select the contact you want to transfer from the list, and click Finish.
*Then delete the current SIM card and insert another SIM card into the device.
*Then navigate to Settings > Address Book > Import/Export Contacts > Export to SIM Card.
*Select contacts and confirm that they are copied to your other SIM cards
Your contacts are now backed up to other SIM cards
Method 3: Recover android contacts with Gmail
If your Android device is synchronized with your Google account, the chances of restoring lost contacts will certainly be in your favor. Gmail provides a great feature that allows you to restore backups of all contacts, which can be traced back up to 30 days at most. After doing this, you can resynchronize the device with the Google account and restore all contacts.
Side note: If your contacts appear in Gmail but not on your mobile phone, please refer to the above steps and/or try to completely resynchronize your Google account.
To restore the backup of Gmail contacts, go to your inbox and select Contacts from the drop-down menu on the left.
Once you see the contact list (or not), click More to enter the drop-down menu, where you need to select the “Restore Contacts…” option.
Frequent problems in SD card
1 Android mobile SD card can not be detected
2 The SD card is damaged. Try reformatting it
3 Unexpected deletion of SD card
4 Blank SD Card
1 Android mobile SD card can not be detected
Method 1: Update memory or SD card driver
* Connect SD card to PC
* Right-click my computer and select “Manage”
* In the taskbar, click “Device Manager” and then click the “+” icon next to “USB Serial Bus Controller”. Yellow exclamation marks will appear.
* Right-click and select Update Driver Software, then press “Auto Search Update Driver Software”
* Wait patiently and allow the driver to install and restart it
Method 2: Repair “undetected SD card” using CHKDSK command
First, right-click My Computer > Select Management > Disk Management, and then look up the device in the Drive Viewer to see if the PC can recognize the memory card.
If no card is detected, press Win + R > type: cmd, and then press Enter.
If an SD card is detected, enter CHKDSK D:/ F and press Enter. Or you can type CHKDSK D:/f/offline scanandfix and press Enter. (Remember that D is a drive letter)
2 The SD card is damaged. Try reformatting it
Method 1: Scanning and repairing SD cards
The best way to solve the problem is to right-click the SD card and choose to fix the error from the properties menu.
First, connect the SD card to the computer, then go to my computer > SD card. Now right-click the SD card and open the properties. Click the Tools tab > Check button. Now allow the scanning process to complete and then close it. Finally, right-click the USB flash disk and click “pop-up” and take out the SD card.
Method 2: Solving problems using CMD commands
Using the CHKDSK command can help fix any type of SD card problem, and it can help you access files from Android devices.
Step 1: Connect SD card to computer using card reader
Step 2: Now go to the Start menu, type “cmd”>click “input”, and you will get “cmd.exe”
Step 3: Then click “cmd. exe” and you will see the following commands
Step 4: Enter chkdsk/X/f [sd card letter]: “or” CHKDSK [sd card letter]:/ f“
3 Unexpected deletion of SD card
Method 1: Check whether the SD card is damaged
Such errors occur when SD cards are damaged or damaged. Therefore, you should check by removing the card from your mobile phone and putting it on another system or device. When you are still unable to access the card, transfer data immediately and get a new SD card.
Method 2: SD Card Infected by Virus
Many times, SD cards can be infected with viruses, so you may encounter such errors. Therefore, in this case, you need to recover the data as soon as possible and run anti-virus software to scan the SD card.
Method 3: SD Card Unformatted
When SD cards are formatted for a long time, there may be an “accidental deletion of SD cards” error. So the best solution is to format the SD card once and check if the problem has been solved.
4 Blank SD Card
Method 1: Try to restart the phone
Whenever you see a “blank SD card” error on your mobile phone, you need to do something to solve the problem. But don’t think about formatting the card, just restart it. This will help you solve the problem and your card may start working again.
Method 2: Reinsert SD Card
Another thing you can do is take the SD card out of your phone and insert it again. This is a simple way to fix such problems immediately./p>
Method 3: View hidden files on SD cards
Most of the time, files are hidden form, you will receive a message “blank SD card”. In this case, you should follow the following steps to display the hidden file.
Step 1: First, connect the blank SD card to the computer using a card reader
Step 2: Now run the control folder to get the File Explorer option
Step 3: Then open the View tab
Step 4: Finally, select Show Hidden Files, Folders and Drives and make changes
Restore photos and videos
If you delete an item and delete it, check your trash can to see if it is there.
On an Android phone or tablet, open the Google Album application for photos.
In the upper left corner, click on the menu in turn, and then click on the wastebasket.
Touch and hold the photo or video to be restored.
At the bottom, click “Restore”. Photos or videos will be returned:
Application of Graphic Library in Mobile Phone
In your Google Album Library
In any of its albums
If the project is not in your garbage can, it may be permanently deleted.
Can’t see photos or videos?
If the deleted photos or videos are not in the garbage can, they cannot be restored.
If the following situation occurs, you will not be able to restore the photos:
You moved it to the dustbin more than 60 days ago.
You move it to the garbage can and empty your garbage.
You have permanently removed it from the garbage can.
You have permanently deleted the device from its library application without backing it up first.
To find and restore photos easily, enable backup and synchronization.
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Text messages are in XML format. It also saves your data in the cloud and local storage. To save data in the cloud, you must install additional applications in your application. It will automatically save your message.