Thursday, November 2, 2017

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Data Recovery




Samsung has released its flagship in 2017 - that is Samsung Galaxy Note 8 which is equipped with 6.3 inches of 2K screen, using Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 processor, and equipped with 4000mAh batteries. So some Samsung fans will change a new Note 8. However, have you encountered the situation of losing important data before? Do you know how to recover deleted or lost files from Galaxy Note? Its time to learn some tips or methods to perform Samsung Galaxy Note 8 data recovery.

The situations you lose your data on Galaxy Note 8:
  • Photos, videos, songs or other files may be deleted by users, or Android apps from Samsung Galaxy Note 8 android phone.
  • The SD card in Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may be formatted by mistake and files are lost.
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 phone may be water damaged, broken or dead, black screen after system error.
  • Files may be deleted after Samsung Galaxy Note 8 phone factory settings.


You can use Yolisoft Samsung Data Recovery to solve your issue. This is a versatile Android data processing software. It has various functions, in which the recovery function can help you recover the deleted data. Contacts, text messages, music, photos, videos, call history, audio, WhatsApp, and other data can be restored. Since this is a software designed for Android devices, Samsung, HUAWEI, ZTE, LG, OPPO, vivo, SONY and other Android devices can use it. So it's also practical. Also, you can preview the data you need to recover, which enables you to selectively recover data. In addition, the software steps are simple. The data in the phone will not be deleted or leaked.

Note: Please minimize the use of your mobile phone as soon as you realize your data is missing, because all operations are likely to cause your lost or deleted data to be overwrote by new data. Therefore, the earlier you to use the Android Data Recovery, the greater possibility to restore the lost content.

 


1. Download and install Yolisoft Android Data Recovery on your computer. After launching it, find and click on Data Recovery among all the toolkits.
2. Then, use the USB cable to connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to your computer. To make your phone successfully connected to your computer, you need to open USB debugging on your phone.
3. When your Samsung Note 8 has been successfully connected to your computer, you can see the new window as below. Please check the types of files that you need to restore. Then click Next to go on.
4. Now you need to select a scan mode for your Samsung Note 8. Here are two scan modes, you can choose Standard mode or Advanced mode according to your needs. We recommend that you try Standard mode first and it work faster. When you define a mode, tick it and click Start.
5. When this process is complete, you can see all of the scanned data. At the same time, you can preview them. Check these data according to your needs, and then click Recover to save them back to your computer.




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Thursday, October 26, 2017

How to Recover Deleted Data from Samsung Galaxy S8




Samsung has released Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 + and Galaxy Note 8 in 2017. It is common for a Samsung mobile phone user to experience data loss issues during the usage of the devices. After all, files can be lost easily from a digital gadget due to accidental deletion, device formatting, system corruption and so forth. Therefore, it is essential to learn how to recover those deleted, lost or formatted files from a Samsung device, especially the latest phones and tablets. Actually, what you need is a competent Samsung data recovery tool. Here in this article, we will set the new Samsung Galaxy S8 as an example, showing you how to recover lost data from Galaxy S8 easily and quickly.

Method 1: Recover Deleted Files from S8 with Samsung Data Recovery Software
With the help of Yolisoft Android Data Recovery software which is a perfect Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ Data Recovery tool, through which you can:
  • Restore deleted, lost, erased, missing files from Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 plus;
  • Retrieve deleted/lost photos, messages, contacts, videos, SMS, whatsApp data, documents, notes, audio and more;
  • Rescue data from formatted, virus infected, factory reset Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 plus phone;
  • Restore deleted data from other Samsung Galaxy phone such as S8/S7/S7 Edge/S6/S5, Galaxy Note 8/7/5/4/3 and etc as well as from other Android phones or tablets;
  • Preview recoverable files within software before final recovery;
  • 100 % read only, safe and secure to use.



 




Steps To Restore Lost/Deleted Data from Samsung Galaxy S8/S8 Plus

Step 1. Choose the Recovery Mode and Connect Your Phone 
First of all, please download, install and run the Samsung Data Recovery on your computer. Then choose the mode of Android Data Recovery on the programs interface and connect your Samsung Galaxy S8 to your computer.

Step 2. Select the File Types to Scan
After your computer test your device successfully, you will be asked to select the type of files you want to recover, just select those what you wanted and click on Next.

Step 3. Choose the Scanning Mode to Scan Your S8
On the next screen, you can see there are two scanning modes providing to scan your lost data, respectively are the Standard Mode and the Advanced Mode. To save your time, you can try the Standard Mode firstly, if you can't find the lost data, then choose the Advanced Mode later. After that, click on Start to scan your Galaxy S8 for the lost data.

Step 4. Preview and Recover Deleted Data on Samsung S8
When the scan is finished, all the scanning result will be listed in different categories, you can check any of them on the left sidebar and preview the details on the right side. At the same time, select those what you like, and click on Recover to save them on your computer.




Method 2: Recovering Deleted Files from Google Drive Backup
Every Android smartphone requires its user to have a Google account to use for regular backup, and that same account can be used as well to have access to the Google Drive. If you perform regular and automatic backup procedures on your Android device, the deleted videos might have been included on that last backup. You can try restoring them by following the steps from Google Support article.

Method 3: Restore Lost Data from DropBox Backup
The DropBox application has become one of the default file management programs in the Android OS system. If youve chosen this app to store all the backups of your files and data, the deleted videos might have been included in the recent backup youve performed to DropBox. You can try recovering them by following these instructions from their support site.

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Monday, May 15, 2017

How to Recover Lost Files on Galaxy S8

There is no doubt that Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are the most popular devices among Android smart phones in 2017. Many Samsung fans change their old Samsung to the new Galaxy S8. As a close friend in our daily life, data stored in the S8 must be the most important part of our device.

Most people think backing up the S8 is the most effective way to get data back if you encounter a data loss someday. Of course, this is a very helpful way. But if you do not have any backup files, you also do not need to worry. This article will give you some advice on how to recover lost files on Galaxy S8.





File Loss on Galaxy S8
There are many reasons you may lose files on your Galaxy S8, such as deletion, factory resetting, system crash, system upgrade, virus attack and etc. Most are unexpectedly and we can not avoid this kind of data loss. If you ever suffer the file recovery on Galaxy S8, you will have interest on this tutorial.

If you search Samsung Data Recovery Software in Google Chrome, you will find  many Samsung data recovery tools in the market. You need choose a reliable and professional one as your helper. The main features are as follows:
  • Recover lost files on Galaxy S8 like contacts, photos, videos, call logs, text messages, music, WhatsApp messages and Viber messages and etc.
  • Recover lost or deleted data from Samsung Galaxy S8, as well as Galaxy S7/S6/S5/S4/S3, Galaxy J series, Galaxy On series, Galaxy A series, Galaxy C series and etc.
  • Recover lost data both from Samsung Galaxy S8 internal memory and external memory.
 





File Recovery on Galaxy S8
1. Download, install and runt this software on your PC or Mac.
2. Select specific file types you need to continue. Only choosing what you want instead of all can save a lot of scanning and recovering time.
3. Connect your S8 to computer via USB cable and enable the USB debugging. This is going to identify your Galaxy S8.
4. Start to scan the lost information on your S8. This will take a few minutes.
5. Preview the scanning result and mark what you need to restore.









Thursday, May 4, 2017

How to Recover Text Messages from Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5/S4

Samsung Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5/S4 are very popular among Android smart phone users because of their fantastic performance. Every phone user will store their text messages on their device. So in this article we will show you how to recover deleted text messages on Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5/S4.





There are many reasons you may lose your precious data except deletion, such as factory resetting, system crash, virus attack, system upgrade, broken screen and etc. Whats more, data loss always happens unexpectedly. So if you unfortunately do not have backup your Galaxy regularly, you must rely on a third-party software. That is the only way to retrieve lost text messages without backup.

Preparations before Text Messages Recovery on Samsung Galaxy
  • Turn off the internet on your Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5/S4 to prevent any automatic update.
  • Stop using your Galaxy series devices. Any new data written into the phone might overwrite the lost text messages information.
 



Steps to Restore Text Messages on Galaxy Series
1. Download the Yolisoft Samsung Data Recovery from their official website. Install and run it on your PC or Mac.
2. Select the Database file type which contains your lost sms information from your Samsung.
3. Connect your Galaxy device to computer via USB cable and enable the USB debugging.
4. Start to scan your lost text messages. Preview the scanning result.
5. Mark what you need and selectively recover the lost Galaxy text messages.





Your lost text messages on Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5/S4 should be back on your computer after completing the whole process. If you still have any problem on Samsung data recovery, you can feel free to comment below.

What you need know about Samsung Data Recovery
  • Other than text messages, it helps to recover lost Samsung data like contacts, photos, videos, call logs, music, WhatsApp, Viber and other documents.
  • Other than Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5/S4, it supports to undelete data from Samsung Galaxy Note series, Galaxy On series, Galaxy J series, Galaxy A series, Galaxy C series and etc.
  • You can also export the text messages as CSV or HTML format if you need to print them out.
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Monday, April 17, 2017

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung fans are able to preorder the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus on March30. This phone will sell starting from April 21 in US and UK. In the market, Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge still hold a big part of smart phone users. Some of them have doubt about changing Galaxy S7 to S8. So in this article, we will have a brief look at the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S8. Here we collect some ideas from TechRadar.



Design
When you first see it, you will be forgiven for thinking the Samsung Galaxy S7 looks almost identical to the Galaxy S6. And that's because it is.



  • Rear curving makes it much nicer to hold in hand
  • Now waterproof, which adds a level of security to use
  • Can be gripped securely thanks to smaller bezels
  • Muffled single speaker



While the Galaxy S7 has the same size 5.1-inch display as the S6, Samsung has managed to shave off a fraction of the bezel around the screen, reducing the handset's height and width slightly.

The look of the Samsung Galaxy S8 is what will sell it to the legions of fans clamoring for a new phone from the brand - and to a wider audience as well. 



Every corner and edge has been rounded on the Samsung Galaxy S8, giving it a very pleasing feel in the hand. It's the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with a bit more courage in the design – Samsung has spent two years convincing the world that a curved screen is best, and the fact it's on both this handset and the larger Galaxy S8 Plus is testament to that effort.

That said, it's not a small phone. The 5.8-inch screen is packed tightly into the frame but it's still large at 148.90 x 68 x 8mm, and you'll struggle to reach all corners of the screen with a single thumb.

The fingerprint scanner is on the back, by the camera, and it's rather hard to use from the natural holding position for a phone in your palm. It is something you could get used to, but we're not sure why Samsung put it so close to the camera when it could have been closer to the middle of the phone.
However, we don't want to take away from how impressive the Galaxy S8 is in the hand, with the 5.8-inch screen squashed into an impossibly-small chassis – and one that packs in wireless charging and a IP68 rating, so you'll be able to immerse this phone in water and dust with little worry... and not even need to plug in a cable to charge it.

Camera
Although this camera has fewer megapixels than the S6, it takes better photos.
Scenes are brighter, which makes the action easier to see.



Even in low-light scenes, such as a Berlin speakeasy, the S7 trumps the iPhone 6S, yielding brighter, more usable photos. Digital noise was still there, just diminished; those small speckles of color that infiltrate the picture are an inevitability in low-light digital camera shots.

Whip-quick autofocus was also a winner, grabbing clear shots of moving objects, like swaying flowers.

In terms of the camera on the Samsung Galaxy S8, we're oddly seeing little in the way of improvement over the (admittedly impressive) snapper on the Samsung Galaxy S7 from 2016, despite promises to the contrary.



One of the big upgrades on board is to the multi-frame image feature, where three snaps are shot and the best is selected for you with each picture. It's not clear at this time whether this is an interpolation of all three pictures, in the same way as HDR on smartphones works for brightness and color, or if it's just the Galaxy S8 looking for the sharpest image of three.

The auto mode is rapid and takes brilliantly sharp images every time, the pro mode is slick and fully-featured, and there are a host of other modes (included background defocus, just like in the iPhone 7 Plus... although Samsung has been doing it a lot longer) to keep you interested with the snapper.

The front-facing camera has been upgraded to 8MP and is clear and sharp too – with a great low-light sensor once more we're confident this will be a great selfie phone.

Bixby
Samsung has shocked us in a small way by announcing Bixby, its own take on an intelligent assistant, before the lanuch of the phone. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is clearly the launch vehicle for the AI service, and there's even a dedicated Bixby key on the side of the Galaxy S8 so you've always got instant access to the portal.



We should probably talk about what Bixby actually is: it's meant to be a frictionless assistant that can follow you through voice, the camera or touch, learning what you want it to do, and not requiring you to know a specific set of phrases to make it work.

However, that's not what we saw at launch – what we saw was a slow and clunky imitation of every other voice assistant on a phone. At this point you can basically use Bixby to make a call, look up wine or work out places around you through image recognition.

Samsung has since been in contact to talk about Bixby, telling us that the demo we saw wasn't really indicative of the power of the service - we're hopefully going to be getting a more in-depth look at it soon.

Given that Samsung is making such a big deal about how Bixby will be contextual and understand what you want, when you want, it seems odd that it's being launched now at all. Google Assistant is still available on the Galaxy S8, and is arguably far more useful. For instance, you can still say 'Okay Google' and do all the things Bixby can and more... without needing to press a dedicated button.

That said, Bixby isn't a service for now. Samsung intends to build on it, make it available to all the apps on the phone and offer a software developer kit to the app makers in the future. 

These are not all the features of Samsung Galaxy S7 and S8. We will update the information irregularly.









Monday, March 20, 2017

Samsung Tablet Data Recovery

Like Samsung smart phones, Samsung tablets are also popular among Android users. These Samsung users store contacts, photos, videos or apps in their tablets, such as Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, Galaxy TabPro S, Galaxy View, Galaxy Tab A, Galaxy Tab S2, Galaxy Tab E and etc.




Sometimes data loss on your Samsung tablets might happen due to your mistaken conducts or some unexpected reasons like accidental deletion, broken screen, factory reset, system upgrade, virus attack and etc. Do not worry. You still have chance to recover deleted files from Samsung tablets.

Preparations before Data Recovery on Samsung Tablets
  • Backup your device in advance to protect your current data. You can use Samsung Kies to help you.
  • Stop using your tablet and turn off the connection with internet. Both of these can prevent the lost data being overwritten by any new data which might make them unrecoverable.


 


Steps to Recover Data from Samsung Tablet
1. Find a professional Samsung tablet data recovery software, for example, Yolisoft Samsung Data Recovery.
2. Download, install and run it on your PC or Mac.
3. Select the file types according to your needs.
4. Identify your device by connecting the tablet to computer via USB cable and enable the USB debugging.
5. Start to scan, preview the listed result and selectively recover.




Features of Samsung Data Recovery
1. Recover lost files from both Samsung phones and tablets.
2. Recover lost data on Samsung like contacts, photos, videos, audios, text messages, call logs, WhatsApp messages, Viber messages and other documents.
3. Recover lost Samsung tablet data due to unintentional deletion, factory reset, virus attack, broken screen, system upgrade and etc.
4. Before recovery, you are allowed to preview the result and only mark what you want. After recovery, you are also allowed to export the recovered contacts, messages or call logs.


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Sunday, February 26, 2017

How to Recover WhatsApp Deleted Pictures , Videos from Samsung Galaxy S7/S6/S5/S4/S3

There is no doubt that Samsung is one of the biggest Android smart phone brands. An increasing number of Android users choose Samsung phones or tablets. At the same time, some instant messengers like WhatsApp and Viber are widely used among Samsung users.

Most WhatsApp users prefer to send pictures or videos while chatting. Some users complain that sometimes they just delete the photos or videos accidentally, but they do not know how to recover them without backup.



WhatsApp Recovery Software on Samsung

This kind of software can help you recover deleted pictures, videos, as well as messages from WhatsApp on Samsung without backup. There are many choices for you in the market. What you need to do is to find a specialized one to retrieve lost or deleted WhatsApp photos and videos.

You can check some Android data recovery tools and select one you can trust, for example, Yolisoft Samsung Data Recovery. It is specialized in undeleting pictures and videos from WhatsApp on Samsung Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5/S4/S3.  

1. Restoring deleted WhatsApp photos from Samsung;
2. Restoring deleted WhatsApp videos from Samsung;
3. Restoring deleted WhatsApp messages from Samsung;
4. Restoring deleted WhatsApp attachments from Samsung.

 



Steps to Retrieve WhatsApp Deleted Pictures and Videos from Samsung
1. Download this software from the official links below. Install and run it on your computer.
2. Choose WhatsApp messages & attachments file type to continue.
3. Identify your Samsung by connecting your device to PC or Mac via USB cable and enable the USB debugging.
4. Start to scan, preview he scanning result after scanning.
5. Mark what you need and selectively recover these pictures or videos to your computer.




If you finish these steps above, your lost WhatsApp pictures and videos should be back to your computer. Remember to check the result and contact us if you have any questions.

As we mentioned before, this software works when you do not have a backup file. Meanwhile, there are also some factors influence the recovery result. If you still use your Samsung after losing data, your lost data might be overwritten by new data. That will increase the failure of recovery.

So remember to backup regularly is a safer way to protect your WhatsApp data like messages, photos, videos and other attachments on Samsung Galaxy S8/S7/S6/S5/S4/S3.