How to Recover Data from Samsung Galaxy S6
Excited at the revolutionary curved screen in the new Samsung Galaxy S6? In case you will be faced with the same panic as the user below, be cautious:
"Bought a Samsung Galaxy S6, but I accidentally deleted all contacts and text messages. Absolutely I did not mean to do this. How can I recover deleted contacts and SMS from Samsung Galaxy S6? There is never a backup. Please help!!!!!"
Data loss happens before you are realizing you never did a backup. Inadvertently deletion, SD card format, flash ROM, Android system crash, Galaxy S6 water damaged/screen smashed, etc, can cause you lose messages, contacts, photos, whatsapp messages, videos, notes or other files on Samsung Galaxy S6 (edge). You have to find a Samsung Galaxy S6 recovery software to recover the lost data.
What Can Be Done When Lost Data On Samsung Galaxy S6?
Try the following steps once you realize you lost Contact, Messages, Photos, Notes or Videos on Samsung Galaxy S6.
- Stop using the Samsung Galaxy S6 because any little operation might completely overwrite the lost data, including but not limit to making/answering calls, sending/receiving messages, taking photos, etc.
- Check whether you have a previous backup. If fortunately have, sync the backup data with Samsung Galaxy S6.
- Never did a backup? You should not so panic, a Samsung Galaxy S6 data retrieval software can help you get back get back lost data on Samsung Galaxy S6 without backup.
Tenorshare UltData for Android is a reliable Samsung Galaxy S6 recovery tool. It supports to get back all lost data on Samsung Galaxy S6 including Contacts, Messages, Photos, Videos, PDF files, WhatsApp data, etc freely. Moreover, it also supports other Samsung Android phones and tablets running Android 9.0 or earlier.
How to Recover Lost or Deleted Data on Samsung Galaxy S6
Follow the steps below to retrieve the lost data from Samsung Galaxy S6 or other Android devices.
Step 1: Install Tenorshare UltData for Android and connect your Samsung Galaxy S6 to computer or Mac. And choose the feature "Recover All Data".
Step 2: In Samsung Galaxy S6, you need to activate USB debugging in order to connect the phone to the computer via USB cable. The USB debugging can be found in the Developer options:
Step 3: Once the computer and software detects your Android device as a media device, you are asked to select a recovery mode to start scanning. UltData for Android scans most of data in minutes.
Step 4: Upon successful scan, you can preview the lost files within the software.
Step 5: Choose those you want and click Recover button to save to computer.