Summary: In this information age, we are increasingly relying on mobile phones. A lot of information is stored in mobile phones, but data is always lost or deleted for one reason or another. This article introduces you the best methods for data recovery from Samsung Galaxy S20.
The Samsung Galaxy S20’s rear rectangular camera has a bumpy design, and there are several innovations: such as a selfie camera hidden under the screen, plus an under-screen fingerprint scanner and an under-screen vibration sound. In terms of screen, the Samsung Galaxy S20 has a screen frame rate of 120HZ. In terms of lenses, the Samsung Galaxy S20 has a rear rectangular three-shot, an ordinary camera and a wide-angle lens, and an LCD lens camera with 5x optical zoom and ultra-fast focus. These renderings are combined to get the perfect output. The Samsung Galaxy S20 will use 30W wireless charging, 50W wired charging, and 20W reverse charging, which can charge other mobile phones, watches and headphones.
With such a cost-effective Samsung Galaxy S20, it is still inevitable to encounter the problem of data deletion or loss, because this is a problem that all mobile phones in the world will face. But if you have Samsung Data Recovery, this problem will be solved.
Samsung Data Recovery has become very popular and has always been highly praised by users. It has three most prominent features. For one, its compatibility is very good, it works very well with a full range of Samsung device, incluidng Galaxy S series, Galaxy Note series, Galaxy A series, Galaxy J series, Galaxy Tab series, etc.. Secondly, it is highly secure, neither leaking your information nor harming your phone, and ensuring high-quality data recovery. Third, it has various of types of recoverable data. It can recover not only photos, but also contacts, call history, text messages, pictures, audio, videos, WhatsApp messages, and so on.
Step 1: Connect your phone and computer
Firstly, download, install and run the program on your computer, then click “Android Data Recovery” and connect the Samsung Galaxy S20 to your computer, and the connection progress bar will appear on the main interface.
Note: If the driver has been successfully installed but still cannot connect, check if the driver is disabled under Device Manager. You can find the driver in “Computer”-“Properties”-“Device Manager”-“Android Phone”. Right-click on that particular node and check if it is disabled. If so, click Enable and the device will successfully connect to the computer.
Step 2: Enable the USB debugging of Samsung Galaxy S20
After entering the program completely, it will automatically detect your version of Android. Please follow the steps provided by the program to turn on USB debugging and click “OK”.
Note: If you have completed the “USB Debugging Mode” and successfully installed the program, but still cannot read the device, it is recommended to do the following:
Step 3: Select the data you need to scan
The main interface displays the directory where data can be recovered. Check the types of data you need to recover, and click “Next” after confirmation. The program will then scan your phone.
Note: The program needs to get permission to scan deleted and lost data. If your device pops up, remember to click “Allow” of the device to make sure the request is remembered. If your device does not pop up such a window, please click “Retry” and try again.
Step 4: Preview and recover the selected files
After the scan is successful, the data types you need to recover are displayed in a list on the main interface. Please preview and confirm the data types, and then click “Recover”. All the data needed for recovery will be saved on your computer. Please wait patiently, the length of time required for recovery is proportional to the amount of data recovered.
Step 1: Run Samsung Data Recovery software, then click “Android Data Backup & Restore” on the homepage.
Step 2: Connect your Samsung Galaxy S20 to the computer by using its USB cable.
Step 3: Select the “Device Data Restore” or “One-Click Restore” option, both of which can be used to restore backup files.
Step 4: Select the appropriate backup from the list of backups and click the “Start” button to preview and restore the data from the selected backup.
Note: Before using this method, please make sure you have used Samsung Kies to back up your phone data before.
Step 1. Connect your Samsung Galaxy S20 to computer and launch Samsung Kies.
Step 2. Click “Back up/Restore” tab on the top of the menu. Then click “Restore” to go on.
Step 3. Choose the Kies backup file that you’ve created before, then click “Next”.
Step 4. Select the types of file that you want to transfer and press “Next”.
Step 5. Once your device is recognized, you can restore the slected contents to Samsung Galaxy S20 in a click.
Step 1. Run the software and choose “Android Data Backup & Restore” in the main interface.
Step 2. Use a USB cable to connect your Samsung Galaxy S20 to computer.
Step 3. Once your Samsung Galaxy S20 is successfully connected, you can choose “Device Data Backup” or “One-click Backup” option to back up your files.
When everything is ready, then click “Start” button to begin exporting your data from the Samsung Galaxy S20 to computer.