Recover Samsung A32 Data Contacts/Messages/Photos/Videos

Summary: Have you lost some data such as contacts, messages, photos, videos, call history, notes from your Samsung A32? Here you can get reliable advice on how to recover your lost data.
Data loss is becoming more and more frequent in today's increasingly intelligent life and as an Android user you sometimes inevitably lose some important data, even if you have been very careful. You may be advised to create a backup in case of data loss. However, in addition to backing up your data, it is also important to find a reliable tool to help you recover them after a loss, so that you can deal with the unexpected.

That's why this article is here, which will show you some ways to recover lost contacts, photos, notes, memos and other data from your Samsung A32. So let's get started!

Method outline:
Method 1: Recover your lost data from Android Data Recovery with one click
Method 2: Recover your contacts from SD card
Method 3: Restore data from backup using Samsung kies
Method 4: Recover media files and pictures directly on your phone
Method 5: Video Guide for Recover Samsung A32 Data
Method 1: Recover your lost data from Android Data Recovery with one click
Android Data Recovery was created to deal with the fact that many users lose their data without a backup. It doesn't matter if you haven't made a backup of your data, you can recover them here with one click.
Key features of Android Data Recovery:
1. Recover deleted or lost contacts, SMS, call logs, etc. from your Android phone
2. Support selective recovery of certain data
3. Preview the entire lost file details before recovering data
4. Backup data from phone to computer to prevent data loss
5. Not only Samsung, other Android phone brands like Huawei, LG, Sony, OPPO, Xiaomi are also supported

How to run Android Data Recovery?
Step 1: Install Android Data Recovery on your computer and launch it. Go to the home page and select "Android Data Recovery module

Step 2: Connect your phone to your computer using the data cable

Step 3: Complete the USB debugging. There are detailed operation guides for different platform phones on the software page, please follow the guide step by step to complete

Step 4: When the program has successfully identified your phone, select the file type and click "Next" to allow the program to scan and analyse the files on your device

Step 5: Once the scan is complete, the screen will display a list of files you can recover from your phone. You can preview these data files. Then select the ones you want to recover and click the 'Recover' button to save them on your computer

Method 2: Recovering your contacts from your SD card
Step 1: Open your Contacts application
Step 2: Click on Menu > Manage Contacts > Import or Export Contacts > Import
Step 3: Select your sender location and click Finish
Step 4: Select your recipient location and click Import
Step 5: Click OK
Step 6: Swipe down at the top of the screen to view your notifications and check your contacts' messages

Method 3: Use Samsung kies to restore data from a backup
Samsung kies is a good option for managing your data, using this method to restore your data assumes you have previously created a backup using kies.
Step 1: Connect your phone to your computer
Step 2: Launch kies and click on the Back up/Restore tab

Step 3: Click on Restore Data

Step 4: Select a backup file to restore to your device from the drop down list

Step 5: Check the contents to be restored from the backup file and click Restore

Method 4: Restoring media files and pictures directly on your phone
Step 1: Find a blank spot on your home screen and swipe up to open the application tray
Step 2: Tap Samsung > My files > SD card > Menu > Edit
Step 3: Select the checkbox next to the file where the media or picture is stored
Note: Media files are stored on one tray in the Media file
          Pictures are generally stored in DCIM files
Step 4: Click on Move to move the file back to the phone's main memory, then click on the Back button in the bottom right hand corner to return to the My Files folder, then click on Internal Storage > Move Here

Method 5: Video Guide for Recover Samsung A32 Data

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