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Samsung Galaxy Recovery: How to Recover Deleted Data on Samsung Phone

The best Samsung Galaxy Recovery software – dr.fone Toolkit for Samsung Phone Recovery can recover deleted photos on Samsung devices easily with one click.

Here is a very important rule you may don’t know: when you delete or format your Samsung mobile phones, your files are in fact not gone forever immediately, you can still get them back if they are not overwritten. Why? Once deleted, just space they occupied is reusable for new files; you can still recover them if you turn to some professional Samsung Galaxy Recovery tool for help. You need to remember that: please stop using your Samsung mobile phone immediately you find your data loss. You should not take photos, make text messages or even make calls.

In order to get back your deleted photos, you need a third-party Samsung Phone Recovery tool to help you recover deleted photos from Samsung Galaxy S Series, A Series, J Series or Note Series Phone. I recommend you a professional one to help you. Just try Dr.Fone Toolkit –  Android Data Recovery, which enables you to scan files in your Samsung Mobile phone like Galaxy S10 or Galaxy Note 10 directly and get them back with just one click!

Don’t you want to have a try? Just download the free trial version of Samsung Phone Recovery tool to have a try. You can retrieve your deleted but important contacts, photos, messages and videos in an easy way. I here show you how to do the Samsung phone recovery step by step.

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Simple steps to recover deleted photos, Contacts, Videos & more with Samsung Galaxy Recovery

Note: Please check your Samsung device model and the Android OS here before you perform the Samsung phone recovery. Not all Samsung devices are supported right now by Wondershare Dr.Fone Toolkit for Android unless your phone is rooted.

Step 1: Launch dr.fone Samsung Galaxy Recovery & connect Samsung to PC

Firstly, please install the Samsung phone recovery tool – dr.fone for Android on your computer and then launch it by double-clicking. Then connect your Samsung Mobile phone with your PC via USB cable.

samsung phone recovery

If you never enabled USB debugging before, you will need to make a set here. Here are three ways for you, just choose one according to the OS of your Samsung Galaxy phone. If you ever did USB debugging, just let it go. If you forgot Samsung Galaxy password, Try dr.fone – Android Unlock.

  • For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter “Settings” < Click “Applications” < Click “Development” < Check “USB debugging”
  • For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter “Settings” < Click “Developer options” < Check “USB debugging”
  • For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter “Settings” < Click “About Phone” < Tap “Build number” for several times until getting a note “You are under developer mode” < Back to “Settings” < Click “Developer options” < Check “USB debugging”

Step 2: Analyze and scan Samsung phones

Before the Samsung galaxy recovery, your Samsung Mobile phone needs to be analyzed and scanned. Just click the button “Start”. You need to make sure that the battery of your device is more than 20%. Then please turn to the screen of your Samsung phone, just click “Allow” on it to let the tool scan your phone. After this, you will be required to click “Allow” for more than one time; just keep clicking “Allow” button. Then please click “Start” to let the tool scan your device.

scan deleted data with samsung galaxy phone

Step 3: Preview and recover deleted photos on the Samsung phone

After the scan, you can now see all files including contacts, messages, video, and photos on the screen. Just choose the ones you want to recover and click the button “Recover” to start the deleted photos recovery. You can preview them before click “Recover”.

recover data with samsung galaxy recovery

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Great, you’d better not save the recovered photos on your Samsung phone again. You can save them on a computer or other external disk. And dr.fone – Android Transfer can help transfer & manage all your files on Android Samsung devices or Sync iTunes Music to Samsung Phone. You can try it right now!

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