It is safe to say that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the most powerful and the best Android device now. Samsung fans are not talking about the impressive features as following: Qualcomm Snapdragon 823 processor, 6GB 10nm LPDDR4 RAM, Galaxy S7’s camera, IPX-68 level waterproof feature, USB Type-C port, 4000mAh battery, and so on. To be frank, the Note 8 achieved almost all we expect from an Android device.
Your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 phone has a large amount of space for storing the personal information in its address book for your friends and clients. More often than not, you don't need all of them. Pruning the device's directory by removing the useless phone numbers is a must. If you delete a contact mistakenly, it is not gone permanently. Instead, the information can be brought back with data recovery utility like Android Data Recover yon Galaxy Note 8 phone's memory space.
It is a handy and versatile program that is able to recover the data you thought have long gone from Samsung Galaxy Note 8 phone. Despite its plain user interface, it invests all the energy into what counts the most: restore the lost contacts, messages, photos, call records, documents, videos, audios. This program also offers you ability to preview each file individually and just display the lost files in the results window. It will move the recovery results into your selected location.
how to perform the process? Let’s learn how to get missing contacts on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 on Windows computer as example.
Step 1 Connect Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to PC
Upon installation, get the program launched on the computer and opt for the "Android Data Recovery" mode. Then, find a USB cable to connect your Galaxy Note 8 handset to the computer.
Step 2. Enable USB debugging
After the program starts, you will be asked to enable USB debugging on your device. In the following window, you can see details about how to enable USB debugging on different Android os. You can follow the steps there to enable USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
◆ For Android 2.3 or earlier version: Go to "Settings"> "Applications"> "Development" > "USB debugging".
◆ For Android 3.0 - 4.1 version: Navigate to "Settings" > "Developer options" > "USB debugging".
◆ For Android 4.2 or later version: Enter "Settings" > "About phone". Tap on "Build number" option for about 7 times until you see the dialogue box of "You are under developer mode" shows up. Then return to "Settings" > "Developer options" > "USB Debugging".
Step 3 Scan Galaxy Note 8 to Find the Lost Contacts
All recoverable data is displayed on the screen. Here you can tick the box in front of the Contacts and click “Next” to begin scanning.
Step 4 Get root permission and scan Android files
In this step, the Android Data Recovery will check your device information and then try to get root permission. When the window as below occurs, go to your phone and tap on "Allow/Grant/ Authorize" to ensure the root request is accepted.
Once the program gets root permission of your device, it will trigger a scanning process for your Android files. During this process, please wait patiently for Android file recovery. You'd better not use or disconnect the device.
Step 5 View and recover deleted files from Android
Scanning is over, and all your selected items are listed in order at the left module. Choose each specific file type, and you can find that detailed Android files will be exhaustively displayed in the interface. You can toggle on the option "Only display the deleted item (s)" to only recover deleted files from Android. After selection, click "Recover" button and all that deleted files will be recovered and saved on your computer immediately.