How to Recover Deleted and Lost Data on Nokia 3/Nokia 5

Post Day 08/24/2017 10:53

How do I recover deleted data from NOKIA 3 or NOKIA 5? This is a big problem for many users. After investigation found that many NOKIA users always accidentally deleted important data in the phone. Some users seriously affect their work because they accidentally deleted data from their NOKIA 3 or NOKIA 5. For example, my colleague Jenny, she was responsible for recording the whole process with her NOKIA 5 when the company held a new product conference. However, she accidentally deleted the video and the corresponding photos. Although the last Jenny spent a lot of money and effort to retrieve the deleted data, our boss is still very disappointed. Through this, I searched for ways to avoid the same accident happens again. However, I still haven't found a convenient and safe method.
If you need to recover deleted and lost data from your NOKIA 3 or NOKIA 5, or even other Android phones, in order to reduce unnecessary trouble as much as possible, we strongly recommend you to use the Dr.fone toolkit - Android Data Recovery.
Android Data Recovery is really a very convenient and secure software. Firstly, it completely protects your phone data and privacy. It doesn't leak and damage any data in your phone. Secondly, the steps are simple and convenient, and anyone can easily master and recover the data. Thirdly, it is compatible with a variety of Android devices such as Samsung, HUAWEI, ZTE, SONY, LG, NOKIA (Android OS), HTC, vivo, OPPO, and so on. In addition, it supports you to restore photos, videos, contacts, audio, text messages, call history, WhatsApp, and other data.


Steps to Restore Deleted & Lost Data from Your Nokia 3/5


Step 1. Run the software and connect the Nokia 3/Nokia 5 to the computer

Please install and run Android Data Recovery on your computer. Its operating interface as shown below, select "Data Recovery".

Then, use the USB cable to connect your Nokia 3/Nokia 5 to the computer. At the same time, you also need to open the USB debugging on your Nokia 3/Nokia 5.

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 type to scan

Then, the program will pop up a window, you need to select the file type to scan. The program displays all types of data that can be scanned, including contacts, photos, SMS, videos, etc.. Select what you wanted, and then click "Next".


Step 3. Select a scan mode to scan for the lost data

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 and 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 files

When the scan process is over, you can preview the files and find the files you need to recover. Next, check the file you want, click "Recover".

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