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How to Recover Deleted Contacts from Android SIM Card

Q: Last night I was playing my Samsung Galaxy and there are too many files in my phone so I decide to clean the my phone. When I am clearing some of the unnecessary contacts, I tap on the wrong button and clean all the contacts in the phone. What a disaster! The contacts are very important to me and it will take a lone time and great efforts to record those numbers to my phone one by one. And actually some of the numbers can never be recorded again. So could you please help me? Thanks in advance and it is important to me.

Seldom did people use the yellow page or telephone book to record the contacts now and people now usually record the telephone numbers and other personal information on the mobile phones directly so that they can call the person by just a simple tap on the screen. However there is a risk of losing the contacts files that smart phone users can not avoided. So you had better back up all the Android contacts on the computer in case of the situations like the person above encountered. If you have already lost or deleted the contacts, do not worry because you still have the chance to find them back as long as you use the Android Contacts Recovery software.

The software can automatically detect and scan all your files including the existing and deleted ones. Then display them on the window with different categories. What's more, the software can recover the files including not only the contacts but also the messages, photos, music, documents and so on. You are allowed to restore many data with one click at a batch. By the way the software is completely clean and the users will not face any personal information leaking risks.

Now you may download the Free Trial version to have a try by clicking the icons below according to your operating system of the computer.

Guide to Perform the Android Contacts Recovery.

Step 1. Install the software on your computer and then you need to root your Android phone before the process. Then follow the steps below to open the USB debugging. (If you have done this before, you can skip to the next step now.)

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". Then you may back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".

After the above step, you can begin the restoring officially.

Step 2. Connect Your Android Phone to PC and Detect for Scanning

Link the Android phone to your personal PC, and launch the program. The tool will automatically detect your device and begin to scan for files on your phone. And you will see an interface like the below one.

Tips: If your Android phone is running on Android 4.2.2, then when you have USB debugging enabled, this now causes a prompt to appear on connection, seen below.

Step 3. Begin to Recover

After the detection and scanning you can find that the contacts and messages on your phone are managed in separate folders. Just click "Contacts" in the left panel, you can preview all detailed information of contacts like phone number, email, company address, etc. in the right panel. Click the contacts you want to restore and finally hit "Recover" button.

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