How to Recover Data from Factory Reset Samsung C5/C7/C9?

Factory reset means that the phone back to the most primitive state for traditional phones. As for Android intelligent phone, factory reset also plays a very important role, because it can solve slow operating speed, automatic restart and other inexplicable problem. However, sometimes we will accidentally click factory reset, and phone data will be deleted in this case. What should we do then?
I recently encountered this situation; I accidentally restored the factory settings in my Samsung C5. All the data in my Samsung C5 was deleted, and I didn't back it up. Can I recover the data?

As a professional data recovery software, you can use dr.fone toolkit - Android Data Recovery to recover lost messages, contacts, photos, music, video, call history and other documents. Moreover, it can be compatible with more than 6000 kinds of Android devices, including Samsung, HUAWEI, LG, SONY, ZTE, etc.. Even if your Samsung C5 is restored to factory settings, you can use it. Because it can support a variety of situations, for example, the data is simply deleted, data deleted after the upgrade, deleted after the virus, etc.. What's more, you only need a few simple steps to recover the data. It doesn't require you to have a good skill. Many people may be concerned about the security of this software, it will not delete and lose your data, and your data will not be viewed and recorded by others.

In addition to Samsung C5, if Samsung C7 and C9 users have encountered this situation, you can use this method. Well, then I'll show you how to use dr.fone toolkit - Android Data Recovery to restore phone data.


Step 1. Connect your Samsung C5/C7/C9 to the computer

Firstly, you need to download and install dr.fone toolkit for Android on your computer and run it. Next, find and click "Data Recovery" from the main interface.

Then, use the USB cable to connect your Samsung C5/C7/C9 to your computer. Before the program successfully identifies your Samsung C5/C7/C9, you need to open the USB debugging on the phone.

PS: If your Android os version is 4.2.2 or above, there will be a pop up message on your Android phone, tap on OK to allow USB debugging.

Step 2. Select file type to scan

Then, in the new window, you can see all file types, by default, all items are checked. You can select the file type you want, and then click "Next".

Step 3. Select the scan mode.

Next, you also need to select a scan mode to scan the phone data. In the new window you can see two modes, namely, the "Standard mode" and "Advanced mode". Please click on the one you want, and then click the "Start" button.

Note: There might be a Superuser authorization appearing on your device during the scan. If you get it, click "Allow" to continue. If not, just skip this step.

Step 4. Preview and recover data on Samsung C5/C7/C9

After the scanning process, all the data will be displayed in the window; you can preview them on by one. When you find the files you need to recover, check them and click "Recover".

More info:

How to Recover Deleted Data on Galaxy C5/C7

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