How to Recover Deleted Audio Files On Samsung Phone

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Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S6 Plus

Recently, foreign media reported that Samsung is about to begin Project Zero 2 program, to be launched next new machine will dual curved screen configurations, but no longer with the smart stylus. Now the latest news shows, the Samsung Project Zero 2 final product will be named Galaxy S6 Plus , is an upgraded version of Galaxy S6 may be released in the next few weeks.
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It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy S6 Plus is S6 edge increases version, the screen size will be expanded to 5.4 inches or 5.5 inches, the same dual curved screen. In addition, Samsung Galaxy S6 Plus Xiaolong 808 will be equipped with six-core processor, with 500 megapixel front +1600 megapixel main camera.

The Galaxy Note 5 is called Project Noble plan, expected to be published in September this year, the IFA, according to previous rumors, the aircraft may adopt a resolution of 4K-level display. 

How to Recover Deleted Audio Files On Samsung Phone

I was scolded by my father because I deleted his audio information saved on his Samsung galaxy S5 memory card by mistake. I don't know how to get them back, neither do my parents. I can understand the anger from my dad, because these audio files are very important to him. It is his precious gift from his family and friends. So I want to correct my error and help my dad restore those lost information. What should I supposed to do? Any one kindly helps me? -Katty from Seattle

So, how to recover deleted audio files from Android Samsung? If you lost any data from your Samsung galaxy mobile phone, you can recover deleted or lost data from Samsung with Samsung Data Recovery.

It was a pity to hear this from Benjamin because it sounds like a collector had lost his most precious collection by chance. But his worries can surly be smoothened if he uses the tool called Samsung Audio Recovery.

Samsung Audio Recovery is the software that helps recover Samsung media files, which audio is included. That is, you can use it to extract your music, recordings and other audio files from Samsung galaxy phone.


Ways to restore deleted or lost audio files from Samsung Galaxy S/Ace/Note/J/A

Step 1. Enable USB Debugging

First, connect Samsung to the computer and run  Samsung Audio Recovery.

Now, enable your phone USB debugging. Follow the steps below according to your Android OS.
1) For Android 4.0 to 4.1: Go to Settings 2) For Android 4.2 or newer: Go to Settings < About Phone < Keep taping "Build number" until getting "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Developer options < Check "USB debugging".

Step 2. Choose Scanning Files

Now you need to select the files to scan. Here, please check the item "Audio" only and click "Next".

Check "Scan for deleted files" if what you want has been deleted and you wish to cut the wasted time.

Step 3. Recover Your Audios from Samsung

On your rooted Samsung, a dialog box will pop up asking you for authority. Click "Allow" until it stops asking. Then click "Start".

As the scanning results are listed in catalogues, you can preview them one by one. Check the recordings you desire and click "Recover".


Restore Samsung Data will certainly offer you the possibility to recover your recordings and other audio files, but it is still a necessity to form the habit of making backups for you data.


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