Samsung Galaxy A9 is applied with multi-touch technology, which refers to the capability of a touchscreen to recognize two or more points of touch on the display concurrently. So, sometimes contacts on Samsung Galaxy A9 are easily and unconsciously deleted. If phone book in your Android phone is deleted by this reason, you can get back contacts from Samsung Galaxy A9 with FonePaw Android Data Recovery.
FonePaw Android Data Recovery (opens new window) matches perfectly with Samsung Galaxy series and works smoothly on Windows and Mac computer. It facilitates the process of retrieving contact list deleted from your device with clicks. You can restore complete contents, i.e. phone number, name, home address, email address, job title, and more.
# Get Back Contacts from Samsung Galaxy A9
Step 1. Connect Galaxy A9 to PC/Mac
Launch FonePaw Android Data Recovery on your computer. Both Windows and Mac are supported. Next, plug your Galaxy A9 into the computer via USB cable.
Step 2. Enable USB Debugging on Galaxy A9
Go to Settings > About. Then tap "Build number" for 7 times or more. After that, go back to "Settings" and tap "Developer options" > "USB debugging".
Step 3. Select File Types to Scan
After checking USB debugging, your Galaxy should be detected. Then you can select file types to scan. In the menu, select "Contacts" and click the key "Next".
Step 4. Allow Superuser Request
Now go to your Android phone and allow Superuser Request. On the pop-up note, tap the key "Allow" / "Grant" / "Authorize". This will allow FonePaw Android Data Recovery to enter your Galaxy A9.
Step 5. Get Back Contacts from Samsung Galaxy A9
FonePaw Android Data Recovery is scanning your phone. Please wait for a while. Time depends on the phone number amount. To get back contacts from Samsung Galaxy A9, check "Contacts" at the left column and preview files when scan is done. Last, select items you want and click "Recover".
That's all you need to know about restoring deleted Samsung contacts with FonePaw Android Data Recovery (opens new window). You can regularly backup contacts from Android to PC (opens new window) or backup phone numbers via Gmail/Outlook so that you can never lose your phone book.