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Recover Contacts from Android after Factory Reset
Lost all my contacts information after factory reset? This page teaches you how to use EaseUS Android data recovery tool to recover contacts from Android after factory reset.
Lost all my contacts information after factory reset
"I did a factory reset on my Android phone after accidentally pressed the factory reset option. I am really so frustrated right now because all the contacts information is gone. I assumed the phone was already automatically backed up by Google. So I can recover contacts from Android after factory reset from the backup file easily. But I don't why all my apps, pictures and other files backed up and got installed onto the phone but all my contacts are gone. Is there any way to recover them? I have those contacts since the first day I got the phone."
Reliable solution to recover contacts from Android after factory reset
If you didn't have your contacts synced to your Gmail account prior to the factory reset, you can't restore the lost contacts information from the backup file. Even so, you can also search professional Android data recovery tool on Google to retrieve your contacts lost due to factory reset. These programs can usually scan your Android phone to find all the recoverable files. At the same time, you are allowed to preview the found files one by one and selectively retrieve those files you want to get back. That is how these tools work to retrieve your lost data on Android.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The program is not 100% work, please try it before purchasing a license code.
Steps to recover contacts from Android after factory reset
As there are plenty of online Android data recovery programs, it may be difficult for you to select out one that works best for you. If you unluckily find some bad tools infected with virus, you may fail to retrieve your contacts and even get your phone damaged. So to help you avoid this situation, we recommend you EaseUS MobiSaver for Android. It is an efficient and easy-to-use data recovery tool which has helped lots of users get back their lost files. It won't do any damage to your phone or data. Now you can try it to recover contacts from Android after factory reset.
Step 1. Connect your Android phone to computer
Install and run EaseUS MobiSaver for Android and connect your Android phone to the computer with USB cable. Then click "Start" button to make the software recognize and connect your device.
NOTE: As the software can only access the rooted Android device, you need to make sure that your phone has been rooted before recovery.
Step 2. Scan your Android phone find the deleted contacts
After connecting your phone, the software will quickly scan the device to find all the existing and lost data. You can easily find the lost files you want by choosing the correct file types.
Step 3. Preview and recover contacts from Android after factory reset
Preview all the recoverable files one by one and then you can select out those you want quickly. "Only display deleted items"option to list the deleted files only. Finally, you can click "Recover" button to get the selected files back once.
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