Samsung Galaxy is a series of mobile computing smart phones, tablets, and tablet phone produced by Samsung Electronics, all of which use the Android operating system. From June 2009 when the first smart phone for Galaxy Series - i7500 was released, Samsung released a lot of marvelous devices which are popular among users, like Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S 2, Samsung Galaxy S 3, Samsung Galaxy Tab, samsung Galaxy Nexus, Samsung Galaxy Note.
There may tons of reasons causing you lost your Samsung Galaxy data. Here are some common ones I picked:
When you meet the situations above, don't panic. It is definitely sure that you can restore Samsung Galaxy data by using Samsung Galaxy Restore (Tenorshare Android Data Recovery). It is a professional data restore program that is able to restore deleted, lost contacts, messages, videos, photos, songs and other files from Samsung Galaxy and any other smart phones. Samsung Galaxy Restore for Mac (Tenorshare Photo Recovery for Mac) is also available for Mac users.
Below are the easy instructions on how to restore data from Samsung Galaxy. (First of all, you should stop taking more photos with your Samsung Galaxy in case the previous files are overwritten):
Download Android Data Recovery and connect your Samsung Galaxy to your computer via a USB cable.
Before scanning, you should enable USB debugging and turn on USB storage. This software provides easy guide on how to do it on its screen. After settings, click "Next".
Click "Allow" on your Samsung Glaxy to allow the program super user authorization. Then click "Start" on the software screen.
When scanning completes, all the lost and existing files on Samsung Galaxy device are listed. Preview them and select the ones you need to recover. Navigate a path on your computer to save the recovered files
The instructions for Mac Samsung Galaxy Restore are quite different from how to restore Samsung Galaxy in Windows. Here you can find a short guide of how to restore Samsung Galaxy on Mac OS X.
Step 1: Connect your Samsung Galaxy to your Mac. Select your phone from drive list. Select "Start Scan".
Step 2: Choose the files you need to restore from Samsung Galaxy after previewing.
Step 3: Save the restored files on your Mac.
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