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How to Retrieve Text Messages from Samsung Galaxy Note

"Is there a way to recover texts that I've deleted from my Samsung Galaxy Note?"
Such question have been asked for many times since the Galaxy Note being published. Users may become crazy when going through SMS deletion on their new Galaxy Note and deleted a new one without reading. How can you restore them back integrally? Luckily, it was really not so difficult to get those deleted text messages back from an Samsung Galaxy phone with an Samsung text message recovery tool coming out.
This Samsung text message recovery tool call Android Data Recovery, with it's assistant, you can undelete deleted text messages on your Samsung Galaxy Note, Galaxy Ace, Samsung Infuse, and more at ease.
Download the free trial version of Android SMS Recovery. Get it installed on your Window or Mac computer.

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Note: You need to stop using your Galaxy Note right now after you lost your messages, to protect your deleted SMS from being overwritten.
The following will show you how this Samsung Galaxy SMS Recovery software works step by step:

How to Recover Lost SMS from Samsung Galaxy phone

Step 1 Prevent Your Data from Being Overwritten
Data are easily overwritten if you update anything on your Samsung phone. So remember not to do any update once you find your data get lost.

Step 2 Run the program and connect your Samsung to computer
Launch Android Data Recovery on your computer, then the main interface pops up prompting you to connect your Android device to PC via USB.


Step 3 Enable your Samsung Galaxy USB debugging
If your Galaxy Note have not open USB debugging, the program will ask you to do it. For different Android OS, you may need to do in a different way, check the detail steps listed following:

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"


If you want to recover your delete text messages only, you are allowed to choose the very type you want.

Restore Android Deleted Data

Scan for deleted files only will, without doubt, help you save time on scanning Android data.

Extract Deleted Data with Android Data Recovery

Step 4 Analyze and scan your Galaxy Note
When you see the picture below, click "Start" to let the program begin analyzing your Samsung Galaxy phone.


A few seconds later, you will get a window below. Now you need to move to your phone and click "Allow" on the screen of your Galaxy phone. Then return to your computer to click "Start" button again to continue scan your phone for lost messages.

Click Allow to Scan Android for Lost Data

Step 5 Preview and restore deleted messages from Samsung
The scan will take you a while, but it will remind you when all messages and contacts have been scanned out. Then you can stop the scanning and preview all the found messages. Mark those you want to export them to your computer by clicking "Recover". You can save the recoverable text messages in CSV or HTML format.

Recover Deleted Samsung SMS
Note: Messages found here contain deleted ones and those currently existing on your device. You can separate them by using the button on the top: Only display deleted items, when you have a need.

Step 6 Back up Your Samsung Content to Protect the Files
To prevent your Android phone data from losing, you can try to back up your Android data frequently so that you can prevent the data from being deleted forever.

I am sure you have get all lost text messages back after above 4 steps with this Android Data Recovery. Besides, you can also use it to recover deleted contacts, photos and videos from other brands phones or tablets running Android OS.

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