How to Recover Deleted SMS from Samsung
This Android Data Recovery software is pretty easy to use and it can recover the delete text messages from your Samsung phone very fast. The programs can also recover other kinds of deleted data such as contacts, videos, pictures etc.
Free dowmload the software and install it on your computer.
Then you can following the prompts below to get your messages back.
Steps of Recoverring Lost Text Messages from Samsung Galaxy SStep 1 Avoid Data Overwritten on Your Samsung Galaxy
Keep your Galaxy data from being overwritten is essential to protect your Android data. That is to say, stop update your Samsung files once your Android data is lost and quickly fetch Android Data Recovery to extract your deleted data back.
Step 2 Connect your Samsung device to the computer
Double click on the program's icon on your computer to install and run it. Then you will get the primary window, which will prompt you to connect your Samsung phone to PC via USB.
Step 3 Enable USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy
If you have not opened the USB debugging option yet, this program will ask you to do it. And there are three ways to enable USB debugging for different Android OS version.
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"
3) 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"
Tick "Message" only if you lost your Samsung Galaxy S5 text messages and want to recover them only. It you save you much time and you can recover your deleted SMS back quicker.
If you want to save much time, you can choose the scanning mode of "Scan for deleted files", and after that, all your deleted files will be scanned out and listed as the following screenshots show you.
Step 4 Analyze and scan your Samsung Galaxy for lost text
Now the program has detected your Samsung device, you can click "Start" button to go to the next step.
During the Android Data Recovery analyzing your phone, a pop - up will asking whether allow or not to proceed. Here you need to move to your phone and tap on "Allow" to enable the Superuser Request. And then click "Start" on the program's window to begin scanning your device.
Step 5 Preview and recover deleted Samsung messages
After scanning, the recoverable messages will be display in the scan result. Preview them one by one and mark those you want to back, at the last step is just click "Recover" to save them as a HTML file on your computer.
Step 6 Do Backup on Samsung Galaxy S5 from Time to Time
An useful way to avoid too much data loss is to do backup of your Galaxy text messages from time to time. Why not use Android Transfer to do backup of your Android data frequently. It helps you to back up and transfer your Android data.
Note: SMS found here contains those you deleted recently (displayed in orange) and those existing on your Samsung (displayed in black). You can separate them by using the button above: Only display deleted items.
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