Asking solutions to recover deleted files from Galaxy S9/S9+:
“Is there any way to recover deleted contacts from my Galaxy S9?”
“Can I retrieve safely the files corrupted or damaged in my Galaxy S9 phone?”
“I formatted by mistake some photos on my Galaxy S9 phone. How can I recover them?”
It could be frustrating when your important data on your Galaxy S9/S9+ were lost. You may rely on your phone and do just about anything right from it, such as ring, text, email, take photos, download music or stream videos. There is no wonder that you can’t bear when your Galaxy S9/S9+ becomes lost, stolen, broken or the memory is accidentally deleted.
Luckily, you don’t have to be permanently lost, provided you act quickly to retrieve lost files using a data recovery program.
UFUSoft Android Data Recovery is what you’re looking for. It does a good job in recovering lost contacts, photos, text messages, videos and call history from Galaxy S9/S9+, as well as other Android phones and tablets on Windows PC or Mac. No matter what reasons you lost your data: accidental deletion, rooting, factory reset, or ROM flashing, it can get all data back. It supports all Android devices running Android Lollipop, 6.0 and newer, Android 3.0 to 5.0, Android 2.3 or earlier.
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We’ll guide you through the easy process, and by the end you’ll get tips on how to backup to prevent from data loss
How to Recover Deleted Contacts, Photos, SMS, etc. on Galaxy S9/S9+?
Step 1. Connect your Galaxy S9/S9+ to PC with a USB cable. If you haven’t installed USB driver for your phone on this computer, a Hardware update wizard appears, and follow the instruction to do it. Follow the guide outline on the software screen to enable USB debugging and turn on USB storage, and click “Next”.
Step 2. An app Superuser Request appears on your phone, just click “Allow”. Then switch to the software — hit “Start” and select your file types for scanning.
Note: If you didn’t root your Galaxy S9/S9+, you can only undelete photos and videos. But if you rooted it, the contacts, messages and text messages can be restored as well.
Step 3. After scanning, select the files you need to recover and click “Recover”. Then choose a location to save the recovered files.
Ways of Backing up Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ Files and Settings to Avoid Data Loss
Worried that you might lose important stuff on Galaxy S9/S9+? Back up Galaxy S9/S9+ before you erase the storage, do a factory reset, or upgrade to a new phone.
Using Samsung Backup. Use the built-in Samsung Backup to back up your accounts, apps, settings, and more to the cloud so that it will be easier to restore them on Galaxy S9/S9+ after a factory reset.
Other backup options. You can back up your text messages to the SD card on the phone, or save them as an email attachments. You can also save contacts to your Google account and you can just sync them. For files, you are allowed to manically copy and paste files by connecting Galaxy S9/S9+ to your computer as a disk drive.
If unfortunately you lost files on Galaxy S9/S9+ before you back it back, you can use UFUSoft Android Data Recovery to recover them.