How to Recover Deleted Samsung S8/S9/S10 Items

February 08, 2021
Summary : I Accidentally deleted Samsung S8/S9/S10Items. Can it still be recovered? The answer is yes! Now the recovery of mobile phone data is not only experts can do, but everyone can use  simple ways to restore deleted mobile phone data. And this article I will introduce you 5 approaches about how to Recover Deleted Samsung S8/S9/S10Items.
Something about Samsung S8/S9/S10:
Samsung S8 has a stunning 2 K full - view curved screen, Screen sizes 5.8 and 6.2 inches, Abandon the entity home key, Use the pressure button. With the Celldragon 835 processor, Security Samsung offers multiple biometric schemes for fingerprints, iris and faces. Samsung Dex's addition makes it possible for a lightweight office, It's a new form of shared screen interaction, Add artificial intelligence assistant Bixby. A 12 million - pixel, aperture F/1.7 lens, Didn't use the popular two-shot scenario, But with Samsung's software algorithm.
Samsung S9 continues the appearance of S8 series of products, equipped with Cellon 845 processor, Dolby panoramic sound dual speakers. Significantly improve the ability to take photos, S9 for the rear 12 million single photo, S9 12 million double photo, add intelligent variable aperture ,960 fps coagulation shooting, dynamic shooting.
Samsung S10 uses a hyperbolic punch screen, 2K resolution, HDR10. support Using ultrasound fingerprint identification, 12 million intelligent variable aperture ,12 million telephoto ,16 million ultra wide angle, Rich lens combinations can cover a variety of shooting scenes. All equipped with Celldragon 855 processor, Dual-frequency GPS、Wi-Fi 6, support And new one UI to bring excellent user experience.


Method Outline:

Method 1: Recover Deleted Samsung S8/S9/S10 Items with Samsung Date Recovery. (Recommend)
Method 2: Recover Deleted Samsung S8/S9/S10 Items through Samsung cloud.
Method 3: Recover Deleted Samsung S8/S9/S10 Items from Google Drive Backup.
Method 4: Using Mobile Transfer to backup Items from Samsung S8/S9/S10 to computer.

Method 5: Video Guide to Recover Samsung S8/S9/S10 Items
Now the quality of Samsung mobile phone is good, which is favored by many young people. As an indispensable tool for communication, mobile phones carry many good memories, growth records, and record the work of many people. Once this important items are accidentally deleted, it is a pity. But you don't need to be too pessimistic. Actually, these deleted data can be recovered again. Follow the steps.
Method 1: Recover Deleted Samsung S8/S9/S10 Items with Samsung Date Recovery
Samsung Date Recovery is a professional data recovery software, One-click scanning and one-click recovery, and only simpler threshold-free operation, fast scanning in a few seconds,with high efficiency. It is simple to operate, and can restore a variety of file types. There are two recovery modes to choose from Fast Recovery Mode to Deep Scan Mode.It supports quick file search by file name, date and size, saving you time.?It also can scan and preview lost data anytime, anywhere, such as documents, photos, videos, Email, audio, etc.?It can run without damaging your data. 

Steps to recover items from samsung galaxy S8/S9/S10:

Step 1: Download and run Samsung Date Recovery software on your computer.

Step 2: Click the “Android Data Recovery".
Step 3: Using USB cable to connect your Samsung S8/S9/S10 to computer.

Step 4: Click "OK" button" to confirm your device according to the instructions on the screen.

Step 5:After the system scans the items, select the items you want to restore and then click "recover". 

Method 2: Recover Deleted Samsung S8/S9/S10 Items through Samsung cloud.
Samsung cloud provides backup or recovery data services for Samsung mobile phone users. If you have the habit of backing up your Samsung data, when the items in your Samsung S8/S9/S10 are deleted by mistake, first you can go to Samsung Cloud to have a look. Generally speaking, the deleted items will be saved in your phone in 15 days.
Step 1: At your Samsung S8/S9/S10 open "Settings".
Step 2: Select “cloud and account” option.

Step 3: Then choose the items you want to restore.
Step 4:Click “restore" to complete data recovery process.

Method 3: Recover Deleted Samsung S8/S9/S10 Items from Google Drive Backup
Google provide data recovery and backup for Google Drive users. If you always support Google Drive to back up items, you can easily use Google Drive to restore your items if you mistakenly delete important items in your Samsung S8/S9/S10. Fortunately, this method can be done without a computer.
Step 1: Open Google Drive web page and log into your account.
You need to pay special attention to the same account as when you have backup the items previously.
Step 2: After you log in, you'll see your previous backup items.
Step 3: Choose the items you want to recover and click the “done" button.

Method 4: Backup Items from Samsung S8/S9/S10 to computer
This reminds us of the importance of backup data when important data loss occurs. But many people may think that backup data is too troublesome and will take a lot of time, which lead to them not willing to backup their  Samsung phone items. Actually using Mobile Transfer software to back up data is a time-saving choice. Mobile Transfer can not only provide users with data transfer services, but also provide users with professional data recovery functions. Just take simple steps to back up a lot of your data.
Step 1: Download and run Mobile Transfer software on your computer.
Step 2: Connect your Samsung S8/S9/S10 to the computer.
Step 3: Click “back up your phone”.
Then you will see your items of your Samsung S8/S9/S10 on the computer screen and choose the items you want to backup.

Step 4:Click “start transfer" to finish the backup process.

Method 5: Video Guide for recover Samsung S8/S9/S10

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