Summary:This tutorial teach you how to recover deleted files on Samsung Galaxy Note 7,as well as Samsung Galaxy Note 5,Note 4,Note 3 and Note 2.You can recover lost pictures,text messages, contacts,videos,gallery and more from your Galaxy Note.
“Yesterday,I deleted photos on my Samsung Note 7,now I want to get the deleted photos back,where can I find removed files on note 7?”
Sometimes you may lost data on Samsung Galaxy Note 7/Note 5/Note 4 due to all kinds of reason, such as system update failure or system crash; delete important files by careless; accidentally formatting of the memory card inside of your Galaxy Note 7; data may be deleted automatically due to virus attack; your Galaxy Note 7 battery dead while transferring data, factory setting restore on your Galaxy Note 7, etc. Those missed data can be restored back if you ensure that no new data could be added to your Galaxy Note 7 to avoid overwriting. Then follow the use guide as below and you can find the answer.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Data Recovery – Samsung Data Recovery software is specially designed to recover deleted or lost data from Samsung Galaxy Note 7 which includes contacts, photos, videos, text messages, music, call history, WhatsApp messages, photos & videos and many more other data on Samsung Galaxy Note devices. This software supports all Samsung phones and tablets running on Android 7.0, Android 6.0 and under, also recovers from Samsung Galaxy S7/S6/S5/S4/S3, Galaxy Note 2/Note 3/Note 4/Note 5,A9/A8/A7/A5, J7/J5/J3/J2, etc. Very easy to use software and does not require any technical skills to use the software.
Step 1.Launch Samsung Data Recovery and Connect the Galaxy Note 7
Installment must be done first. And then you need to double click the icon to open the software. Once you have done that, you will be prompted to plug the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device to the computer.
Step 2.Enable the USB Debugging on Galaxy Note 7
you should make it possible in advance. Here is the right way to open USB debugging follow below steps:
1) For Android 5.1 to 6.1: 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”
2) For Android 4.2 to 5.0: 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”
3) For Android 4.2 or earlier: Enter “Settings” > Click “Developer options” > Check “USB debugging”
Step 3.Choose Data to be Scanned on Galaxy Note 7
“Contacts”, “Messaging”, “Messages Attachment”, “Call Logs” “Gallery”, “Pictures Library” “Videos”, “Audio” and “Documents” are supported to scan from your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smart phone. Choose data you want and then click “Next” button to continue.
Here you need to click “Allow” and “Start” button one-by-one, which will allow the program to scan deleted contacts, SMS, photos, videos, call logs from Galaxy Note 7 device.
After that, the software will detect your Galaxy Note 7 automatically. Click “Next” button to begin analyzing your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
Step 4.Preview and Recover Deleted Files stored on Galaxy Note 7
After scanning your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 mobile phone, you can preview the files you wanted. Then mark the files you need. Click the “Recover” button to recover deleted data on Samsung Note 7.
Retrieve Deleted Pictures on Galaxy Note 7:
Recover Deleted Contacts on Galaxy Note 7:
What leads to data loss from your Samsung Galaxy Note:
Human Errors: Unintentionally deleting photos, videos, music, folders etc. from your Samsung phones internal memory or SD card
Format: Accidentally formatting of the memory card directly in your Samsung Galaxy Note or when connected to a computer system
Wrong Usage: Ejecting the memory card in-between data transfer from PC to your Samsung Galaxy Note
Virus Attack: Files can also be deleted if there is any virus infection on your Samsung Galaxy Note device
Memory card file system corruption;
Power failure while transferring data.
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