How to Retrieve Contacts from Samsung Galaxy Note
Do you often use your Samsung Galaxy Note 5/4/3/Edge on the bus or a subway? When there is a sudden shaking, you tap and delete one or all important contacts. You must be nervous when losing the phone number of a big client. Then what will you do? Search the whole device for the lost contact, try to find out a contact backup, or attempt to remind you of a series numbers? If I were you, I would stop using the phone in case of data overwriting. Next, turn to FonePaw Android Data Recovery and retrieve contacts from Samsung Galaxy Note 5/4/3/Edge.
FonePaw Android Data Recovery is an expert in terms of data recovery, particular in Samsung contacts recovery. You can recover your contacts stored in the SIM card or the internal memory storage of Samsung Galaxy Note Edge/4/3. Just simply connect the phone to PC, scan data and recover them. The program can specify the scanned contacts. You can preview the files to check their details and quality before you decide to recover them.
Get Ready for the Recovery:
1. Turn on USB debugging on Samsung Galaxy Note Edge/4/3.
2. Download and install FonePaw Android Data Recovery by clicking the download button.
Retrieve Lost Contacts from Samsung Galaxy Note
Step 1. Link Your Samsung to the Computer
Run FonePaw Android Data Recovery. Connect your phone to the computer via USB cable. The phone will be detected in seconds.
Step 2. Select to Scan Contacts
Choose "Contacts" from the list. Then click the "Next" button.
Step 3. Authorize the Program to Scan Your Phone
Tap "Allow/Grant/Authorize" on the pop up of you Samsung phone. Then the program will get permission to access and scan contacts on your phone.
Step 4. Preview and Restore Contacts from Samsung Galaxy Note
Select "Contacts" from the left pane. Preview the detailed info of contacts in the table. Phone number, name, e-mail, postal address, company, job title, website and other information are displayed. Choose items you want and click "Recover" to get them back.
Check your computer now, your Samsung lost contacts will be recovered. You will find all the contacts are listed in the VCF/CSV/HTML files. If you want to import contacts to Android phone anew, select the VCF file. And if you are intended to print the phone number, choose the HTML format. Any problems? Just enter your comment and leave a reply below.
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