The Simplest Method to Recover Deleted Data from Samsung SIM Card
by, 04-08-2016 at 06:02 AM (2629 Views)
There is a problem that many Android phone including Samsung users may encountered. For example, the vital messages were deleted by mistakes or important photos were lost because of misoperation. Anyway, accidents is inevitable in real life. So what will you do if you meet these situations?
If you want to recover the deleted files from your Android phone, the first thing you need to do is to stop using your mobile phone. Because the deletion didnít damage or destroy the files and just turned the files to be invisible and turned the space that the deleted files occupied to be useable. If you add any new files to the device, the new files will overwrite the deleted files and take up the space. So make sure that there is no new files being added into your device.
Then you need a professional recovery software like MobiKin SIM Data Recovery (Windows/Mac) which will detect your device and scan the files in your device automatically and deeply.
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Steps to Recover Deleted Data from Samsung SIM Card.
Before linking your Samsung to the computer, you should enable USB debugging on your computer.
1.Enable USB debugging on your computer
2. Root your Samsung Phone
Letís the program can get the access to your phoneís SIM card.
3. Select and Restore data
The software will scan your device and display all the files as different categories like the interface below. Click on the Contacts or Message option on the left panel to preview the detailed files on right panel and then mark the wanted files on the right panel and hit the Recover button.