How to Recover Deleted/Lost Audio on Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+

Post Day 03/22/2018 11:03

Like all products with a high profile, the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+, Samsung's latest flagship product, has been fully exposed by the various gods before the launch. The Samsung Galaxy S9 USES an Infinity Display full-view curved screen with a resolution of 2960 x 1440. The colors are silver, black, purple and blue. The double-sided glass fuselage, the smooth transition of the fuselage, is almost no different from the S8. The Samsung Galaxy S9 USES a 10-nanometer process eight-core processor (snapdragon 845 and Samsung Exynos 9810), with 4GB RAM+64GB ROM. The screen features a 6.2-inch QHD+Super AMOLED display. It is equipped with a dual 12 megapixel camera, which supports optical stabilization, phase focusing, and 2x optical focus. Front 8 megapixel camera. It has a 3600mAh capacity battery, and supports Quick Charge 2.0 fast Charge and wireless charging, and IP68 dustproof and waterproof.
I believe there are already a lot of people looking forward to the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+. After all, its appearance and performance are very attractive! So you are sure to order one for yourself in the near future. But I've heard that some people are always distressed when they buy. At first I thought it was a phone problem, but then I knew exactly why. It turns out that when they sorted out the data, they accidentally deleted the data, resulting in the loss of important documents, photos, videos, audio and other data. 
Speaking of audio, in many cases, we record some important things through audio. They may be some wonderful memories, or some useful information. So, you can't imagine how sorry it is to lose these audio files. But you can rest assured now. In order to solve the problem, I consulted the professional staff. They introduced me to a piece of software that I personally found to be very practical. Next, I will introduce the features of this software. I hope it will be of some use to you.
The software I mentioned above is Samsung Data Recovery, which is the best tool to recovery program that can recover deleted and lost files from any Samsung Galaxy phones and its SD card. It is suitable for Windows 10/8/7 and MacOS Sierra/MacOS and the latest OS. Samsung Data Recovery does serve as a useful piece of software, and also has other rich features. First, it supports a large number of mobile phones, as well as a large number of data, including text messages, video, audio, contacts, photos, call logs, WhatsApp messages, and so on. Second, it has high speed recovery data function. The recovery process takes only a few minutes, and with a few clicks, your data will be restored. In addition, you may want to know if the data has been leaked or lost in the process, after all, you can recover your data within minutes, which makes you wonder. In fact, this program will only read your phone data, and you're the only one who can accept it. This means that your privacy will be perfectly protected and there will be no data leakage problems. In addition, it is easy to operate with no technical expertise, so you can retrieve your lost data yourself. If you try, you'll find more useful features.
So much about Samsung Data Recovery, you should know something about it. You should also want to try this software quickly and try to recover your lost data. So let's take "How to Recover Deleted/Lost Audio from Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+" as an example. Explain the use of the Samsung Data Recovery software. Don't worry about it. It's very simple.


Directly Restore Deleted and Lost Audio from Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+


Step 1. Launch the Samsung Data Recovery and choose a recovery mode

With the above download button, you can easily get the right Windows or Mac versions on your computer. Install and run this easy-to-use Samsung file recovery software and then connect your Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ to it. Click on "Android Data Recovery" and it will automatically identify your phone.


Step 2. Enable USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+

After connecting to your Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+, a page will appear on your computer. It will require you to manage your phone on your computer. Then you need to start the USB debugging on your phone first. Then click allow your data to be sent.


Step 3. Scan the deleted audio file

After the USB debugging, you need to select the data type to restore. As you can see, almost all files can be restored. Important data such as contacts, call logs, text messages, photos, videos, audios and so on can be restored. If the audio file is all you need, you only need to select the audio option. Then click next to scan all selected data.

However, during this scan, you need to root your Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+. This powerful Android data recovery will automatically help your Android. There is also a "advanced root" option that prevents the first root failure.


Step 4. Recover the lost audio file from Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+

After the scan, all the found data will be listed on the left side of the page. Click the "Audio" option in the left list, and you can see the details in the correct preview window. Then select the audio file you want to restore, and then click the "Recover" button. In a few seconds, the lost audio files will be restored to your computer. Then you can turn them all back to your Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+.

Well, what I said is simple. I believe we can use this software without professional technology, and then easily recover any data we lose. If you don't believe it, why don't you try it yourself? After all, the whole process takes a few minutes.

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