How to Restore Lost Data from Samsung Galaxy S6

“How to recover Samsung Galaxy S6 lost contacts and text messages, losting due to factory reset cause wipe all data? Yesterday, I restore factory setting for my galaxy S6,but it cause lost all data on my galaxy s6,I want to restore contacts and SMS from Samsung Galaxy S6 on computer,is it possible to retriever data on Samsung Galaxy S6? Thank you!”

“I deleted all my photos by accident in the folder Camera on my Samsung Galaxy S6. All my photos are lost. I want to get them back now,those lost photos are very important for me,how can I recover deleted photos and video from Samsung Galaxy S6? Please help me.”

Accidentally deleted photos, videos, contacts and text messages on your Samsung Galaxy S6? Or lost data due to factory reset, SD card formation, device crash? Don’t worry, you have chance to restore data on Samsung Galaxy S6 with a Samsung Galaxy S6 Data Recovery.

Why We Still Have Chance to Recover Data from Samsung Galaxy?
Actually, when photos are lost or deleted, the actual photos data are not erased from Galaxy S6, they are still saved on the phone’s internal memory or SD card. You can easily recover deleted files from Samsung Galaxy S6 with Samsung Data Recovery-Android Data Recovery program.Because the Samsung Galaxy S6 run on Android OS,however,to restore samsung galaxy s6 lost data,you can use a professional android data recovery.

This Android Data Recovery designed for recovering data from galaxy s6, it can help you retrieve photos, contacts, sms and other files from your Android Samsung Galaxy S6. In additional, if you lost data due to SD card formatted or broken, this samsung data recovery software not only can help you restore data from SD card but also from phones internal memory. Please free download the samsung galaxy s6 data recovery software to restore deleted messages, contacts, photos, videos, whatsapp and other lost data from your Android based Samsung Galaxy S6

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Recover Contacts, SMS, Photos, Videos,ect from Galaxy S6:

Step 1. Connect your Samsung Galaxy S6 to computer
First of all,please run the the right version of Android data recovery (Widows version or Mac version) on your computer,then connect your Samsung Galaxy S6 to computer via USB cable,or pull out the SD card from the phone and plug in computer with a SD card reader.

Step 2. Enable USB Debugging on your Samsung Galaxy

After connecting your phone to the program successfully, you will get the following window, showing you need to enable USB debugging on the phone to continue.

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"                           
Note: If you fail to able it in the first time, please try to disable it and reset it again for several times.

Step 3. Start to Scan your Phone for Analyzing Data
In this step, you will get a window to tell you click "Start" button to go ahead:

After the program finishes analyzing process, it will prompt you turn back to your device again to accept and tap on the "Allow" button to permit the program to scan the lost contacts, SMS, photos and videos on your Samsung device.

Step 4. Restore lost data from Samsung Galaxy S6
It will take you some time to scan your phone data. Then you will get all lost data found on your broken Samsung S6,including contacts, text messages, photos, videos, ect. Click the button on the top of the list: Only display deleted items. You can preview them one by one to make sure which one you want to restore. Then tick those you want and click "Recover".

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