Samsung officially released 2017 Galaxy A series phones, including A3, A5 and A7. Their common feature is to join the IP68 dustproof waterproof function, and introduced the Galaxy S7 design style. It joins the metal frame and 3D glass body, will bring a more comfortable feel. Samsung also strengthen the 2017 Galaxy A series camera, A5 and A7 are loaded with 16 million pixel front camera. The user can easily click anywhere in the screen to take pictures. In addition, the Samsung A series have other models - Samsung Galaxy A8 and Samsung Galaxy A9. If the user wants to buy A series phone, that's really a lot of choices.
However, no matter which the phone you use, you may accidentally delete the phone data. We always have a chance to delete important data on the phone, no matter how careful you are. Even if you delete the data in the phone, this is not irreparable. Because, you can restore the deleted data once you ues Android Data Recovery, such as contacts.
Android Data Recovery is a professional Android data recovery tool, it can be compatible with more than 6 thousand Android devices, including Samsung, HUAWEI, LG, ZTE, SONY and other Android phones. In addition, this software can restore a variety of data, such as contacts, photos, music, video, text messages, call history, etc.. Its high recovery ability can help you deal with a variety of data recovery problems. Whether you want to restore the deleted data or retrieve the lost data due to the upgrade, you can use it. Moreover, the steps are very simple.
Steps to Recover Deleted Data from Your Samsung Galaxy A3/A5/A7/A8/A9
Step 1. Connect your Galaxy A3/A5/A7/A8/A9 phone to your computer
Click the above button to download the Android Data Recovery or Android Data Recovery for Mac to your computer, run it and select "Data Recovery" from all the tools.
Next, connect your Galaxy A3/A5/A7/A8/A9 to the computer via the USB line. At this point, the program will pop up a window; you need to open the USB debugging on the 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 file types that you want to scan
When the phone is successfully connected, you need to check the file type to scan. By default, all types are checked. You can also check them selectively, after the selection, click "Next".
Step 3. Select scan mode and scan your device
Then you need to select a scan mode. The program offers two options, one is the "Standard mode", the other is the "Advanced model". Standard mode works faster. Select one, click "Start".
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. Preview and restore the selected content
When the scan process is over, you can preview the files. You can also use the search box in the upper right corner to find a specific file. If you want to restore contacts,you need to check it, and then click "Recover".