How to Recover Deleted Data from Samsung Galaxy C3/C5/C7/C9

Recently, Samsung's new phone Samsung Galaxy C9 pro attracted our attention. In the configuration, the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro equipped with Snapdragon 653 processor, it also has 6GB Running memory and 64GB fuselage storage. In addition, it support for 256GB MicroSD memory card expansion. In the camera, the rear camera is 16 million pixels; front camera also reached 16 million pixels. In other areas, it is built in 4000mAh battery, support NFC function and run Android 6 operating system. What’s more, the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro also support Hi-Fi sound which provided by the Cirrus Logic.

My Samsung C9 Pro has been in use for some time. Because of my carelessness, I accidentally deleted the data in the phone. I am eager to restore deleted data, because the data involved in my work and study. There are a lot of documents that I haven't had time to saved on my computer.

Android Data Recovery can help you recover the deleted data in a timely manner. You can find the features through the intuitive interface from this tool. It has a strong recovery rate, not only can restore deleted data, you can also recover lost data, such as system upgrades or crashes, SD Card issue and other circumstances will cause the loss of data. It has powerful compatibility and can be used by almost all Android devices on the market. Therefore, the software is also applicable to Samsung C9 Pro, of course, also applies to C3, C5 and C7. It can be restored to a variety of data, including contacts, SMS, music, video, calendar, photos, app, etc..

Next, let's show you how to use this tool to recover deleted data from Samsung Galaxy C3/C5/C7/C9.


Steps to Recover Deleted Data from Samsung Galaxy C3/C5/C7/C9

Step 1. Run the software and connect the phone to the computer

Firstly, download and run the Android Data Recovery on your computer. Next, find and click "Data Recovery" from the main interface function". Then, use the USB cable to connect your Samsung Galaxy C3/C5/C7/C9 to your computer and open the USB debugging on your phone.

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 the file types to scan

Then, the program will pop up a window, you need to select the file type to scan. The program displays all types of data that can be scanned, including contacts, photos, music, videos, etc.. Select what you want, and then click "Next".

Step 3. Select scan mode and scan your phone

Next, you'll need to scan the data for your phone. The program will provide you with "Standard mode" and "Advanced mode" , select what you want, and then click "Start". Here, I suggest you choose the standard mode, because this mode works faster.

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. Select the data you want to restore

When the program scans your phone data, all scanned data can be viewed. You can preview them and find the data you want to restore, and then check them out. After the selection is complete, click "Recover".

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