As with every handheld device, with Android devices, you regularly run the risk of unfortunately losing data. Sometimes this is due to updating the operating system of your device, other times it is a simple human error, although regardless of the reason for you losing data, one thing is for sure. You want to get your hands back on that data once again. Unfortunately, neither Apple or Android device have a built-in feature which allows you to perform a Galaxy Note 3 data recovery. On the other hand, fortunately with the use of the Android Data Recovery program you can perform a Galaxy Note 4/5 data recovery in just a matter of minutes and have full access to the data that you once thought you had lost. So without further ado, let's jump right into the method.
Being able to make a Galaxy Note 5 data recovery is the difference between losing vital data and keeping that data safe. Android Data Recovery has a variety of different features, although today we're going to focus on the Galaxy Note 3/4/5 data recovery process. So let's take a look at it.
Step #1 – First of all, make sure that you have downloaded and installed the Android Data Recovery program. Upon installation, launch the program.
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Note: if you have already purchased a copy of the program, continue with these steps. However, if you don't have your hands on a copy of it yet, there are free and paid versions of the program available.
Step #2 – Once you have it loaded and ready to go, it's time to jump into the main Galaxy Note 3 data recovery process.
Note: if you haven't already done so, then now is the perfect time for you to connect your Android device using a USB cable.
Step #3 – Android Data Recovery will automatically detect that your device has been connected and once USB Debugging Mode is enabled (see below for steps), you can click on the “Next” button to begin the scan.
Step #4 – During this scanning process, your Android device will be thoroughly scanned to detect any underlying data that the program is capable of restoring.
Step #5 – Shortly after, the next display will prompt you to select the types of data that you'd like to have recovered (including your contacts, WhatsApp messages, etc.). After you've selected the types of data that you'd like to have restored, only go ahead and click on the “Next” button.
Step #6 – The last options menu will request you to choose the type of scanning mode that you'd like to be performed. There is a standard mode and an advanced mode. The advanced mode takes longer, although digs deeper. Click “Next” once you have chosen the scanning mode that you are happy with.
Step #7 – After the scan is over, you can go through the different types of data (browse using the panel on the left), and selectively choose the specific data that you'd like to have recovered. Once you have selected all of the data, click on the “Recover” button and you're ready to go.
While it may seem like there is a lot to do when it comes to a Galaxy Note 4 data recovery, in the end it is worth it.
As mentioned above, making sure that your Android device has USB Debugging mode enabled is a crucial part of the Galaxy Note 5 data recovery process, and if you aren't aware of how to enable this, follow the simple steps below.
Step #1 – On your Android device, head over to your “Settings”, and then click on the “About phone” option.
Step #2 – From here, tap on the “Build number” times, before directing yourself back to the main menu.
Step #3 – Once you are back on the main “Settings” menu, you will now be able to select “Developer Options”. Upon selecting and enabling the “Developer Options”, you will be able to select and enable “USB debugging”.
It's that simple. By enabling USB debugging, you are also able to open up a variety of other possibilities, including the ability to root your Android device from your computer.
Data loss isn't something that you can predict, and because of that, you have to do all that you can to prevent going through the incidence of data loss. The main thing that anyone can do to avoid losing data is taking regular backups. It is advised that you try to do this a minimum of once a week. Simply connect your device to your computer and backup all of the data (or just the data that you find necessary) to your computer. This way, if data is lost due to an unexpected error which causes data loss, you can just restore it straight onto your device once again.
Anyway, please download the free trial version of the iSkysoft Galaxy Note 3/4/5 Data Recovery to know more about this fabulous software.