How to Recover Deleted Contacts from Android without USB Debugging
Can I Recover Android Contacts without USB Debugging?
Among all Android data recovery tools recently, 99% of them need you to enable USB debugging so that your device and the SD card can be recognized before starting Android data (contacts, messages, photos and more) recovery. Therefore, can't enable USB debugging means you can't retrieve lost android files. Really frustrated, isn't it?
No worries. In some cases your Android device can be recognized without this USB debugging action. Here, the most versatile and professional contacts recovery software from android without USB debugging is introduced to help you free from the complicated USB debugging operations.
How to Recover Contacts, Photos, SMS and more from Android without USB Debugging
Instead of USB debugging, your Android phone can also be connected to data recovery tool via Wi-Fi network, and that's exactly what Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Pro does help to get back deleted contacts from Android. It supports all Android Brands running from Android 1.5 to the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop and Anroid 6.0 M, such as, Samsung Galaxy S5/S4/S3, Galaxy Note 4/3/2, LG G3, HTC One, Sony Xperia, Motorola, etc.
Free download the trial version of this Android files recovery tool on Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6, 10.5, and check out the detailed steps. Windows 8.1/8/7/XP/Vista users go for its Windows version.
Step 1: Open Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Pro on your device. Download and install the APK on your Android phone or tablet first. Then you can get and run Tenorshare Android Data Recovery app on your Android device.
Step 2: Scan the QR code to get connected. Tap "Scan QR Code to Connect" in the Tenorshare Android Data Recovery app on your Android device. Scan the QR code with Tenorshare Android Data Recovery app to get your device connected. Once scanned successfully, the phone will connect to PC immediately.
Step 3: Scan your Android phone. You are offered 2 recovery modes: Quick Recovery and Deep Recovery. Select one to scan your Android phone. And then preview all your device data and select contacts you want to restore. You can also go to view more detailed information about Quick Recovery and Deep Recovery.
Step 4: Recover lost contacts from Android device. Tap on "Recover" at the right bottom of the interface. And choose a path to save recovered items.
With the above-mentioned 4 steps, you can easily retrieve lost contacts, messages, photos from Android device. Alternatively, Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Pro for Mac also enables data recovery with USB debugging if you need.