How to Recover Deleted Voicemail from Samsung S20

April 18, 2022
If we lose our voicemail in the Samsung S20, it can be very annoying. Usually, we lose data for a number of reasons, for example, we do something wrong, the phone's system fails, the system updates automatically, the phone is attacked by a virus, we forget the lock screen password and so on.
There are so many ways to lose your data, but there are also many ways to get it back. The following article will introduce you to five ways to do this.
Methods Outline:
Method 1: Recover voicemail to Samsung S20 without backup
Method 2: Use backup files to retrieve lost Samsung S20 voicemails
Mehtod 3: Sync data from backup to Samsung S20
Mehtod 4: Recover Samsung S20 data from Google Drive

Method 1: Recover voicemail to Samsung S20 without backup
Many people are not in the habit of backing up their data, so for them, this software, Android Data Recovery, is a boon.
Android Data Recovery is a simple transfer software with clean pages and easy operation.Android Data Recovery provides recovery of deleted or lost contacts, SMS, videos, photos, audio, documents, Whatsapp messages, call logs, Microsoft Word documents, Excel worksheets, PowerPoint presentation files, PDF documents and more. Not only does it offer a comprehensive range of transferable data types, Android Data Recovery also supports supports all Android devices such as: Samsung, LG, HTC, Huawei, Sony, ZTE, Google, Motorola, Acer and more. It has powerful features to recover data from screen corruption, water damage, black screen, lock screen, restore factory settings, OS update or upgrade Android smartphones and repair Bricked Android devices without losing any data.

Step 1: Download Android Data Recovery
Install and open the software Android Data Recovery and select "Android Data Recovery" from the modes available on the homepage.

Step 2: Connect your phone to the computer
Using the USB cable, connect the phone to the computer and follow the instructions to complete USB debugging.

Step 3: Select the file type
In the list on the left, find the file type you want to recover, select it and click "Next".

Step 4: Recover data
Once the scan is complete, find the files you want to recover, tick them and click "Recover".

Method 2: Use backup files to retrieve lost Samsung S20 voicemails
Step 1: Run Android Data Recovery
Open the Android Data Recovery software and select "Android Data Backup and Restore" as one of the three modes.

Step 2: Connect to your computer
Connect your phone to the computer, adjust the USB and wait for "successfully connected" to be displayed, then proceed to the next step.

Step 3: Find your backup files
Find the data you want to recover in the recoverable list and click "Start" to extract the files.

Step 4: Import data
Select the lost files and choose "Recover", the lost data will be returned to the Samsung S20.

Method 3: Sync data from backup to Samsung S20
Mobile Transfer allows you to transfer data from your backup to your Samsung S20 quickly, securely and without missing a beat.

Step 1: Open the program
Double-click on the Mobile Transfer software to open it, then select "Backup and Restore" from the modes provided on the front page of the software, and then select the "Restore" option.

Step 2: Connect your phone
Connect your Samsung S20 to your computer using the USB cable and proceed to the next step once you have successfully connected.

Step 3: Restore files
Browse through the backup files, find the type of data you want to recover, select it and click "Start".

Method 4: Recover Samsung S20 data from Google Drive
As long as you have backed up your files on Google Drive, this is a quick and easy method for you.
Google Drive is an online cloud storage service launched by Google, through which users can get 15GB of free storage space. If you need more, you can pay for a larger amount of storage. The Google Drive service will be available as a local client and as a web interface, similar to that of Google Docs. It will be available for Google Apps customers, with a special domain name. In addition, Google will provide APIs to third parties to allow people to save content to Google Drive from other applications.

Step 1: Open Google Drive
Download and open the software Google Drive on your phone and log in to the account you have backed up your files to. If you don't want to download the software, you can open Google Drive through your mobile browser.
Step 2: View files
Find the data we want to restore in all the files you have backed up and tick it.
Step 3: Confirm the data
Confirm that the data you have selected is correct, click "Recover" and wait a few moments to retrieve the files.

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