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Simple method to Recover Deleted SMS from Samsung Galaxy

Posted on June 10 2014

I own a Galaxy S3 with Android 4.2. I sometimes use it for work. Last night, I accidentally deleted lots of text messages on the phone. Later, I found that lots of customer info was missed. I am not a geek, as a matter of fact I'm a fiddler who knows not what he does. I have never ever know something about how to get back missed text messages on Samsung phone but I really have to get these SMS back.

Actually, there's such a world full of people who are extremely interested in computer technology. They are always engaged themselves in computer-related tasks obsessively or concentrating much of their attention to technical information. These people can absolutely assist you return your lost text messages with no headache.

To assist more Samsung users to manage data loss issues easily, I wish to recommend you the best Android Data Recovery. With it, you can easily recover lost SMS from Samsung with no any loss, the software can be helpful to retrieve the data within a few clicks. Now you can download a free trial version to have a try on your computer. If you have any problem about the operations, you can act as the following tutorial to finish this procedure.

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Step 1: Connect your Samsung phone to your pc

Double click the program's icon on your pc to install and launch it. And then you will go to the primary window, which will let you to connect your Samsung phone to computer through USB cable.



Step 2: Enable USB debugging on your Samsung phone

In case you have closed the USB debugging option yet, this program will inquire you to do it. And there are three methods to make it possible for USB debugging for different Android OS version.

1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" (Click "Applications" (Click "Development" (Check "USB debugging".

2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Go into "Settings" (Click "Developer options" (Inspect "USB debugging".

3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Go into "Settings" (Click "About Phone" (Tap "Build number" for some times up until getting a note "You are under developer mode" (Back to "Settings" (Click "Developer options" ( Check "USB debugging".



Step 3: Analyze and scan your Samsung device for missed text.

Now the program has detected your device, you can click on"Start"tab to go to the next step. Through the Android Data Recovery analyzing your mobile, a pop-up will asking whether allow or not to proceed. you move to your mobile and tap on "Allow"to permit the Superuser Request. Then hit"Start"on the program's window to begin scanning your device.



Step 4: Preview and retrieve erased Samsung SMS.

After scanning, the recoverable messages will be list in the scan result. Preview them one by one and mark those you wish to back, at the last step is simply press"Recover"to save them as a HTML file on your computer.

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