Recently, I found that some Samsung Galaxy A9 Star and Samsung Galaxy A9 Lite users encountered some similar problems. Some users accidentally deleted the data in the phone, and some users because of common scenarios and lost data, such as system crash, SD card issue, rooting error, ROM flashing. They all want to recover deleted or lost data.
In view of the fact that Galaxy A9 Star and Galaxy A9 Lite are in the same series, I combine their problems and provide a solution. To solve the data recovery problem of Samsung Galaxy phone, it would have to mention Samsung Data Recovery
Samsung Data Recovery is a professional data recovery software, which can be used to restore text messages, contacts, photos, audio, videos, call history, WhatsApp messages and other documents from any Samsung Galaxy smartphone and SD card. Not only Samsung Galaxy devices can use it, Google, HUAWEI, LG, HTC, Moto, SONY, ZTE, vivo, OPPO, Nokia, OnePlus and other popular Android phones can also use it. At present, it is compatible with more than 6000 kinds of Android devices. In addition, it can ensure the integrity of the data, which is the phone data will not be damaged and lost. More importantly, even if you are not familiar with this software, you can easily use it, because its interface design is intuitive, the steps are simple. Here you need to pay attention to is that if you delete data with a professional software, the deleted data may not be restored.
So, next, I'll show you how to use this Samsung Data Recovery to recover deleted and lost data from Samsung Galaxy A9 Star (Lite).
Directly Restore Deleted and Lost Files from Samsung Galaxy A9 Star (Lite)
Step 1. Run Samsung Data Recovery after installation
First of all, you have to download and install this Samsung Data Recovery on your PC in advance. Then run it after that.
Step 2. Connect your Samsung Galaxy A9 Star (Lite) to computer
At the same time, use a USB line to connect your Samsung Galaxy A9 Star (Lite) to computer. The program will automatically analyze your phone soon. Please minimize the use of your phone or run other applications.
Step 3. 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 phone.
Step 4. Select the data types you want to scan on your phone
After the connection is successful, you can see all the data types that can be restored. For example, contacts, messages, call records, application information, and so on. Choose the types that you want to restore according to your actual needs. Then click "Next" button to scan the selected data.
Step 5. Preview and recover the lost data as you like
After the scan is completed, all types of file types are displayed in the list on the left. The right is the detailed information for each of the corresponding items. You can review them carefully, and then click "Recover" to restore them.