Recover Deleted Data from Samsung Galaxy J1/J2/J3/J5/J7

October 11, 2019
In this summer vacation, I bought a Samsung Galaxy J5. Samsung Galaxy J5 is a affordable mobile phone, it has the appearance of fashion design and cater to young users because Samsung Galaxy J series repositioning of the young consumer market. I really love it because it's very beautiful and it provide a good feel. What' more, it use 5 inches TFT screen design that I can enjoy movies heartily. Most important, Samsung Galaxy J5 has a lot of powerful function, it has powerful function of photographic. So I also enjoy taking picture because I often go for a travel and I will record the beautiful scenery by my Samsung Galaxy J5.
However, I often need clean up my phone memory because the storage space of my Samsung Galaxy J5 is insufficient. I'm a reporter that I often need take photos and record interviews, so I will often clean up my Samsung Galaxy J5. But, if you accidentally deleted some data which is very important, what do you do? To be frank, I often accidentally deleted something important, but I have a good way which could recover my deleted data conveniently and quickly. Today I will share the way to you if you had Samsung Galaxy J1/J2/J3/J5/J7. 
Android Data Recovery is a wonderful software. It not only can recover contacts and messages/attachments, but also can recover videos, photos and audios, etc.. This operation is quite simple and you are easy to use it. Most important, you can recover your deleted data online rather than go to the mobile phone repair shop. Therefore, I recommend it to you. Now, I will teach you how to use it.


Steps to Recover Deleted Data from Samsung Galaxy J1/J2/J3/J5/J7


Step 1. Launch Android Data Recovery and connect your phone to PC

First of all, you need to install and run Android Data Recovery. Next, you should connect your Samsung Galaxy J1/J2/J3/J5/J7 to PC by using the USB cable of your mobile phone. When you finish connecting, your Samsung Galaxy J1/J2/J3/J5/J7 will appear on the computer. At the same time, click on "Data Recovery" on the primary interface.

Note: Please ensure that you've enabled the USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy J1/J2/J3/J5/J7 during the connecting process.


Step 2. Select the types of the files

After distinguishing your Samsung Galaxy J1/J2/J3/J5/J7, you can choose the type of files which you want to recover. For example, you can select the types of photos if you want to recover your photos. When you finish the choice, click "Next" then Android Data Recovery will analyze your phone.


Step 3. Choose the scanning mode

Now, you have to choose a mode to make the program continue running. At fact, you can choose "Standard Mode" or the "Advanced Mode". You choose "Standard Mode" because it will scan your data faster. However, sometimes you have to use the "Advanced Mode"  because you can't found the lost content. If you finish the choice of mode, you can get into next step.

Step 4. Preview and recover data selectively
In this step, on the screen, you can preview the data of your Samsung Galaxy J1/J2/J3/J5/J7. After previewing, you can select the data which you want to recover, then click on "Recover". This is the last step, if you finish all the step above, you will recover your data successfully.


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