How to Recover Data from Factory Reset Samsung

April 23, 2021
Factory reset is a kind of deletion on smart phone. Once a smart phone is is reset into factory, lots of data and all system setting will be deleted. This deletion might fit someone’s need, but most of time, few people will choose this kind of deletion, because there are too many files they need and they can’t clear all them up at random. For instance, the Samsung phone users is one of the majority phone user in the society. If these Samsung phone users want to recover some data from factory reset, what should they do?
Some might say there is no way to recover data after factory reset. If you agree on that idea, you are totally wrong. Nowadays, to fix different problems of smart phone, there are many new and useful software released. And in data recovery field, Samsung Data Recovery is your best and ideal choice.

Samsung Data Recovery is designed to recover lost and deleted data on your Samsung smartphones, tablets, SD card and other Android devices. Users can restore the deleted contacts, messages, videos, photos, documents and more at ease. What’s more, Samsung Data Recovery can handle various conditions of deleted files, such as factory reset, black screen etc. It is easy to use and works efficiently for users. You will find it is amazing that you can get what you want back with just several steps. In addition, Samsung Data Recovery upholds Samsung, HTC, LG and more other Android brands.

Android Data Recovery can recover lost data from all models of samsung galaxy phone after factory reset, including Saamsung Galaxy S21, Samsung galaxy s20, samsung galaxy s10, samsung galaxy s9, samsung galaxy s8, samsung galaxy s7, samsung galaxy s6, samsung galaxy note 10, samsung note 9, samsung note 8, samsung note 5, samsung note 20, samsung galaxy j1, samsung galaxy j2, samsung j3, samsung j4, samsung j5, samsung j6, samsung j7, samsung j8, samsung j9, samsung galaxy a3, samsung a5, samsung a7, samsung a6, samsung a8, samsung a9, samsung a10, samsung a20, samsung a21, samsung a30, samsung a31, samsung a32, samsung a40, samsung a50, samsung a51, samsung a52, samsung a53, samsung a60, samsung a70, samsung a71, samsung a72, samsung a80, samsung a90, samsung c5, samsung c7, samsung c9, samsung on5, samsung on 7, samsung on8...

Recover data including contacts, text messages, videos, photos, gallery, audio, call logs, documents, whatsapp messages...


Steps to Recover Lost Data from Factory Reset Samsung


Step 1. Run Samsung Data Recovery and Connect Your Samsung

After installing, make sure the program running properly on the computer. If nothing wrong, please connect your device to the computer with appropriate USB cable.

Once your device is connected, Samsung Data Recovery will recognize it immediately. However, if your connected device can not be recognized, that means you need to enable the USB debugging.

Step 2. Choose the Files to Scan

You can check the files from your Samsung. And then, choose the files you want to recover to scan. It is okey whatever you choose all files or some.


Step 3. Analyze Deleted Data and Scan Your Phone

Select the suitable scanning mode for your device. You can choose "Standard Mode" or "Advance Mode", but in general, we suggest you choose "Standard Mode" first. After that, please click “Start” button to analyze and scan the files on your device.

Notes: Keep the battery of your device more than 20% to support the analyzing and scanning process. 
Do not open other program on the phone or computer, for it may cause more time to wait the process finished. Click "Allow" to confirm the superuser authorization if you meet that during the scanning.

Step 4. Preview and Recover the Data from Samsung

After scanning, the recoverable data will appear on the screen, so you can preview the deleted and the existing text messages, contacts, photos and more. Choose the files you need and press “Recover” button to save them.

What's more, if you want to seperate the deleted and existing files, you can turn on the button of "Display deleted files only" or you can use the search function on the top right to search what you need in the scan result.
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