Sometimes you may have no choice but select to factory reset your Samsung phone to fix some errors. Then, after the reset, there is one thing that most users need to do- recover the data on Samsung phone. But how to perform this recovery process effortlessly and effectively? Just see here! Two useful and time-saving methods to restore Samsung data after factory reset will be introduced in this article.
Factory reset is a restoration of an Android device. It will restore the mobile phone back to the state it was when it left the factory. In other words, all the files and applications that you add to the Samsung will be removed. Thus, users often use this means to clean the device or fix some system errors.
This would be a powerful and effective way to solve many problems but as we have mentioned above, it will erase all the data on the Samsung phone. Then, how to restore the Samsung data after factory reset? There are two methods might be able to help you.
For the users who are used to backup their Samsung phone to Google Drive, it would be very easy to recover the files- login to the Google account and restore the data saved inside easily. The detailed Samsung data recovery process is:
- Set up and sign in the Google account that you have used to backup the data on Samsung.
- During the set up process, Google Drive will ask you whether to restore all the synced data. Just tap on Restore to get them back.
But actually, a large proportion of people do not like to backup their device at ordinary times so they are unable to restore the data from backup. If you want to recover the data in this case, you need to turn to professional third-party software- Android Mobile Manager. This program is good at restoring deleted, lost or formatted data from different Android models, including Samsung, LG, HTC, Motorola, etc. What's more, the file types that it can recover are various, such as contacts, messages, images, songs, videos and so on.
With the help of this tool, you will be able to retrieve the wanted files on Samsung within clicks. Let's take a look together!
- The first step is to connect your phone to computer with a USB cable and run the installed program on your PC.
- After that, you need to make your phone be recognized. This requires you to enable USB debugging on the device and install the USB driver on the computer. If you do not know how to do that, you can go with the on-screen prompts.
- Then you will get the main interface of the program after the detection. Just select Super Toolkit at the top left.
- Now you are in the Backup and Restore page. Here you can tap on Restore which would bring a pop-up window. Just choose your phone name and tick the files you want to recover. In the end, you can hit Restore to get back the wanted data.
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