How to recover lost data from Samsung Galaxy S6?

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edited June 2015 in DirectX Game dev

Lost data on your Samsung Galaxy S6?
This post tells easy solution to recover deleted photos, contacts, text messages, videos, and documents from Samsung galaxy S6.
Messages from Galaxy S6 Samsung Galaxy S6 is on Its Way
Samsung has sent out invitations to its latest Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2015 event to reveal its flagship phone for the year. It seems the cured-screen Galaxy S6 could be applied at that time. Samsung S6 to be the first Android smartphone to have 64-bit Snapdragon 810 that supports 4G LTE Advanced Cat 6 and 4GB RAM, 20MP, 2K UHD display. Needless to say, its innovative design and great improvements are worth to wait.
Expectant Features of Samsung S6
- Samsung Galaxy S6 will have front speakers for better music experience.
- It would have Flash on secondary camera, so that you can take high quality selfies.
- Galaxy S6 will capable of 4K video recording and awesome and unseen features.
- It might have curve-screen and 5.5 inch screen with 4GB of RAM.
- S6 will be sock proof and water proof.
- With faster LTE chip, thus, you can experience all the feature of 4G.
- You will have four color options: Black, White, Red and Blue.

Data Loss on Samsung Galaxy S6
Every year, large amount of android users encounters the data loss when they replace a new phone. You may be ready to replace a new Galaxy S6, but don’t forget to take care of the important data on your Samsung S6. Many reasons may cause the data loss, such as, mistakenly tapping the “Delete” button when you are exploring the new features of S6. What’s worse, we lost data without realizing it in most cases. That’s why the available backups is far enough to avoid data loss.
Recover lost Data from Samsung Galaxy S6
If by any chance that you accidentally lost/delete data on Samsung S6 without backups, there is no need to be worried either. A Galaxy S6 Data Recovery helps you recover the deleted photos, contacts, messages, videos, WhatsApp messages and other files from Samsung S6 in a few clicks.

How to recover data from Samsung Galaxy S6?

Step 1. Connect Your Samsung Galaxy S6 to PC and Run this Program

Firstly, you need to download and install this program on your computer. Then open it with double click and link your Samsung phone with PC via a USB cable.

Step 2. Enable USB Debugging and Root Your Galaxy S6

Step 3. Preview and Recover Contacts from Samsung Galaxy S6

After finishing above process, this program will successfully detect your phone immediately. Then you can preview all contacts and messages on the main interface. As you can see, all your lost contacts are displayed with name, phone number and company, which helps you quickly find your needed ones. After marking your wanted contacts, press "Recovery", you will achieve to recover deleted contacts from Samsung phone within a few minutes..

Write in the End:
Are you an Android fan? If so, you are likely to own a Samsung phone, as Samsung group is the giant in the telecom industry, and Samsung smartphones enjoy great popularity among consumers. There is no denying that Samsung phones have strongly influenced our lifestyle, and we get a great deal of pleasure from them every day. However, nobody can totally get rid of losing contacts caused by accidents.

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  • Thanks for sharing, yes, we can still recover lost android phone data with some android data recovery app, and most of them are very easy to use. Try Coolmuster Android Data Recovery, it could recover lost text messages, contacts, photos, etc. from android phone.

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