Restore Deleted Contacts from Samsung Galaxy A7

Part 1: Something about Samsung Galaxy A7
Part 2: The way to recover deleted contacts from Galaxy A7
Part 3: More related articles


Something about Samsung Galaxy A7

Samsung Galaxy A7: In a nutshell

All the leaked specs and rumours for Samsung's Galaxy A7 smartphone, a slender and stylish beast packing some premium innards and features for a hopefully-not-obscene price...

Samsung has already launched its Galaxy A3 and A5 phones, two mid-range mobiles with style in mind thanks to their slender metallic frames, and now it looks like they'll be joined by a bigger brother, the Galaxy A7. But the A7 is apparently packing some top-end specs, which could make it a phone of flagship quality...
What is the Samsung Galaxy A7 and what specs does it have?

According to leaks, the Galaxy A7 is a 5.5-inch smartphone packing a Full HD 1080p display. While the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5 had quite mid-range specs, the Galaxy A7 packs the same Exynos 5433 chipset found in the Galaxy Note 4, backed by 2GB of RAM. There'll be full 4G support, a 13-megapixel camera and a 5-megapixel front-facer, giving the A7 the kind of specs you'd expect from a flagship phone.

Android KitKat is apparently the OS of choice, presumably while Samsung gets Lollipop all TouchWiz'd up. There's 16GB of storage space and a 2,600mAh battery rounding off the Galaxy A7's specs.

As for design, the Galaxy A7 obviously continues the slim-and-light theme from the Galaxy A3 and A5. The Galaxy A7 is just 6.3mm thick and will weigh a measly 150g, and from the leaked photos above it thankfully appears to keep the metallic edging that we've come to love.
When will the Samsung Galaxy A7 be released in the UK?

We're expecting to see Samsung unveil the Galaxy A7 at CES 2015, which kicks off on January 5th in Las Vegas. We'll be there, fishbowl margarita in one hand and camera in the other, to get full video if it does indeed emerge.

As for a UK price and release date, expect to see the A7 hit stores in February, before the Galaxy S6 is launched in March.


The way to recover deleted contacts from Galaxy A7

If you are a fancier of Samsung galaxy, you may replace the new galaxy A7, Samsung Galaxy S6, galaxy note 4 and more, However, it seems that the more action on your Samsung , the easier to make some potentially catastrophic deletions. For my part, it is the most frustrating that accidentally deleted or erased your phone numbers or Contacts list on your Samsung Galaxy A7. Since you have built a large connection network with the contacts on the Samsung Galaxy A7, those contacts may mean everything to you. While deleting or losing the Contact(s) doesn't mean they are gone forever, in fact, you can easily to get them back just with a click.

Accidentally deleted your important data like contacts from your Samsung Galaxy A7? If you want to recover your Samsung Galaxy A7 contacts, just keep reading this article. We provide you 3 simple ways to recover Samsung contacts: directly scan Samsung to recover the contacts and recover lost contacts.

So, how to recover deleted or lost contacts from your Samsung Galaxy A7?

Samsung Data Recovery is the world Android recovery software which apply to Samsung Galaxy S6/S5/S4/S3/S2, Samsung Galaxy A7/A5/A3,Samsung Galaxy note. It allows you to quickly and effectively retrieve Messages, Contacts, Call History, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Safari Bookmark, Camera Roll, Photo Library, Photo Stream, Message attachments, Voice memos and so on. No matter they lost due to accident deletion, formatted, device loss, or factory settings restore and any other reasons, the program can help to recover all of them with one click.

*Supported Files for Recovery: Contacts, Messages, Call History, Photos, Videos, Music, Documents, WhatsApp History.
*Supported Android Devices: Galaxy S and Note series, HTC, LG, Motorola, Sony, Huawei, ZTE, etc.
*Scan & Preview before Recovery: Preview photos, read messages, view contacts details, view documents.



Step 1. Connect Your Device to Your Win or Mac

After downloading, install and run it on your computer. And connect your Samsung Galaxy to PC via USB cable.
Step 2. Enable USB Debugging on Galaxy A7

What you need to do next is to enable USB debugging on your device. Choose the right way for your phone among these three options.
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"
Step 3. Begin Analyzing Your Samsung Galaxy A7

When your Galaxy is successfully detected by the app, you will see the following window. Continue to click "Start" button for scanning your device.
Step 4. Check and Restore Deleted Phone List

The scan will cost you a few minutes. Then you will see all the scanned out results listed by the program. Click “contacts” on the left and tick “only display deleted items” for lost phone numbers. Now you can preview and mark those you want to click “recover”. All the steps are completed and you need to wait for a moment before the app saves them on your computer.

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