How to Recover Deleted/Lost Data from Samsung Galaxy A8s

October 10, 2019
Summary: Lost some important data on your Samsung Galaxy A8s? This article will tells a simple but effective way to restore deleted and lost data including contacts, SMS, photos, videos, audio, WhatsApp messages, call logs and more from Samsung Galaxy A8s even if without backup.
On December 10, Samsung held a conference in Beijing and officially launched the first mobile phone product Galaxy A8s with in-screen punching design. The cell phone is pre-sold on December 21. Samsung Galaxy A8s's biggest feature is the full screen design with screen openings, that is, the Infinity-O solution in the full screen plan announced by Samsung, which is also the first mobile phone product with HID screen material. The front of A8s is a 19.5:9 full-scale screen. With the addition of screen opening technology, the proportion of Samsung Galaxy A8s screen reaches 91.56%.
Although Samsung Galaxy A8s has a strong configuration, users of this cell phone may have problems, which is accidentally deleted phone data. This problem can be said to be encountered by all mobile phone users. How to restore when you delete important data from the Samsung Galaxy A8s?
Whether you're considering your data security, or to improve the possibility of recovery, and you even don't know use what kind of recovery tool, we strongly recommend you to use the Samsung Data Recovery.
Samsung Data Recovery is an ideal yet professional data recovery tool can be used for Samsung Galaxy A8s, as well as any other Samsung smartphones and tablets. In addition, other Android devices can also use it, such as HUAWEI, SONY, LG, OPPO, HTC, Google, Nokia, vivo, OnePlus, Xiaomi, etc.. It's so powerful that Android users can use it to recover deleted/lost data including contacts, text messages, photos, audios, videos, call logs, WhatsApp messages and other documents. To our satisfaction, it provides us with a convenient and safe way. You can find the functionality you need from the intuitive interface, which is surprisingly simple and easy to understand. The software is not only focused on the recovery function, you can also use it to solve other problems of Android phones, such as fully erase data, extract data from the broken screen.


Directly Get Back the Deleted and Lost Files on Samsung Galaxy A8s


Step 1. Launch Samsung Galaxy Recovery on your Computer

Launch this recovery software on your computer after the installation, and click on "Android Data Recovery" among all the toolkits in the primary interface.

Then please connect your Samsung Galaxy A8s to the computer. The program will recognize your phone soon, if your device can not be recognized by the program, don't worry and just enable the USB debugging on your phone's screen.


Step 2. Enable USB debugging on your phone

Open the USB debug mode on your phone. If you don't know how to do it, please follow the instructions below. It will detect your Android version and teach you how to open the USB debugging mode on your Samsung Galaxy A8s.

Note: Please enable USB debugging and close any other running Apps on your phone before and during the recovery process. 

Step 3. Select file types to scan

In this step, you can check and choose any kind of files you want to restored. To recover them, just choose the correspond options on the window, and press "Next" to go on.


Step 4. Preview and recover selected files on your Samsung Galaxy A8s

After the scan is completed, all types of files are displayed in the list on the left. The right is the detailed information for each of the corresponding items. You can preview them carefully, check whose whatever you needed and then click on "Recover" to save them back to your computer.

Tips: To ensure that the entire process is efficient and complete, try to avoid disconnecting your phone.

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