Tuesday, December 27, 2016

How to Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung Galaxy S7

Samsung Galaxy S7 is one of the best Android smart phones in 2016. Many Samsung fans would like to use Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge for messaging, calling, and the most important one - taking photos. Most users do not have backup their new device at the first time. But normally data loss always happen unexpectedly.




Photo Loss on Samsung Galaxy S7/ S7 Edge
There are many reasons you may lose Samsung data like photos, such as deletion, factory reset, broken screen, flash ROM, system upgrade and etc. If you have backup file, it is easy for you to get these photos back. If not, you do not need to worry about too much, because there is one way you can retrieve your lost photos without backup. That is to rely on a third-party software, for example, Yolisoft Samsung Data Recovery.




  • It supports Samsung Galaxy S8/S8 +/S7/S7 Edge/S6/S6 Edge/S5/S4/S3/S2, Note 7/5/4/3/2, On 7/5 pro, J7/J5/J3, A9/A7/A5, C9/C7/C5/C3 and etc.
  • You can recover most lost data from Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, like photos, contacts, call logs, text messages, videos, audios, WhatsApp messages, Viber messages and other documents.
  • Before recovery, you can preview the scanning result first and selectively recover what you need.
  • After recovery, you are allowed to export contacts or messages as CSV or HTNL format.
 



Steps on Galaxy S7 Photo Recovery
1. Download and run this Samsung Data Recovery software on your computer.
2. Select the Gallery file type which contains photos.
3. Connect your S7 to computer via USB cable and enable the USB debugging.
4. Start to scan, preview the listed scanning result, mark the photos you need and press Recover to finish this process.







Notes:
1. Youd better turn off your S7 connection to 2G/3G/4G or WiFi. This is to protect your lost data from being overwritten by new data.
2. Most Samsung Data Recovery software need root your Samsung S7 first, so you are supposed to backup your device first to protect other data in it.

Tip:
If you want to ensure that you wont lose your photos or other data anymore, choosing to backup is the most safe way. Other than backing up your S7 data to Google account, you can also use the Samsung official tool like Samsung Kies or Samsung Smart Switch.


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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Rumors about Samsung Galaxy S8

Nowadays, Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have definitely been taking the smart phone world. Most S7 and S7 Edge users think highly of the Samsung duo. Because of the explosive Samsung Note 7, Samsung may quicken up the rate of releasing S8. That said, the Samsung S8 will appear in the spring of 2017.

As we all know, every year Samsung will present its latest Samsung S phone in the Mobile World Congress. While the conference is in February, so the market launch will probably begin in early April.

We could expect to a price progression for S8, since the price of Galaxy S7 reflects the improvements with S6. So the S8 in 2017 may probably come with the a higher price tag which will break the $800 mark.

An insider leak from China says the S8 will be getting a dual camera. The primary rear camera will be 12 MP, and it will have a 13 MP secondary camera. With two sensors, you can create what is called a Bokeh effect, which will help with better depth of field effects. There will also be an 8 MP front camera for selfies, a welcome upgrade from the outdated fixed-focus 5 MP on the S6, S7 and Note 5. According to the Korean website ETNews, the front camera will have an auto-focus feature typical of rear cameras. Samsung has figured out a way to make it small enough to keep the camera from protruding from the phone, by mounting the actuator on the side of the lens rather than in the middle.



Here we will have a brief review according to AndroidPit.

So far, speculations about the features of the Galaxy S8 have had a futuristic note about them. Of course, the Galaxy S7 also had some cool features, like waterproofing. The Samsung S7 Active took its durability a step further. We hope to see the 'shatter-resistant' display on the Active in the Galaxy S8, among other things.

Samsung Galaxy S8: Bixby digital assistant
The S8 will likely come pre-installed with a digital assistant, Samsung's new equivalent of Siri, named Bixby. But, Bixby differs from other AI helpers in that it will be a third-party open platform. Bixby will run on many devices, like appliances and wearables, and become the control hub for your smart home. Recently acquired Viv Labs, Inc. and Samsung both agree that AI assistants are the next major revolution in IT. Samsung may even add a special button to the phone to activate Bixby.
AndroidPIT assessment: Samsung wants to get in the AI assistant game with Apple and Microsoft, and build a platform out of it. Bixby could end up a flop if it doesn't get any unique features.

Samsung Galaxy S8: iris scanner
The S8 will likely feature an iris scanner. The Note 7 was released with one, and it would be a shame to let the feature end there. The iris scanner offers an extra level of security which can't be faked, and an API would allow third party apps to use the iris scanner as a way for users to unlock sensitive files.
AndroidPIT assessment: the iris scanner is a done deal. Whether or not people need it is another story.

Samsung Galaxy S8: goodbye mechanical home button, hello subscreen sensor
For many years, Samsung has stood by hardware buttons in its design, though Android has moved on to using virtual buttons. With the Galaxy S8, we could see a change. Samsung just filed a patent application to recognize swipes on the home button. Then you could maybe launch apps by swiping left or right on the home button. It's not clear whether there will be a mechanical button or not on the S8, as Samsung has not yet chosen a supplier for a button.
AndroidPIT assessment: Apple has said goodbye to the mechanical button, and Samsung is expected to follow suit.

Samsung Galaxy S8: a high-resolution Daydream
Google announced at its I/O developers' conference earlier this year that Android Nougat will come with VR support installed in the OS. This platform is called Daydream, and for devices to support it, they have to meet a certain specs sheet defined by Google.
While these specs have not yet been made public, several devices have already been confirmed or even released that are certified Daydream-ready. Among these devices is the Asus Zenfone 3 Deluxe, which has a Full HD display, suggesting this to be the minimum requirement on the display front.
However, the latest Galaxy S8 edge rumor, coming via phoneArena.com, suggests that Samsung wishes to future-proof the device by equipping it with a 4K display. Indeed, the rumored code name for the Galaxy S8 project – Project Dream – points flirtatiously towards Daydream, so a focus on VR does not seem at all unlikely.

Samsung Galaxy S8: heartbeat-measuring laser
An interesting feature that could accompany the Galaxy S8 is a new laser dedicated to measuring the heart rate through the skin. This came to us via SamMobile from a patent they spotted. The device would perceive the pulsation of the arteries and determine your pulse. You can see the patent below.
The camera system of the Galaxy S8 could incorporate the iris scanner from the Note 7. This came to us from The Korea Herald, who reportedly spoke to a Samsung official on the condition of anonymity. This source claimed that "Samsung never uses the same camera for its flagship models [...] so there surely will be an improvement" for the S8 camera.
The official also claimed a dual-lens camera – technology we've seen in other high-end flagships this year – could accompany the S8. He didn't indicate whether there will be a different camera system for the rumored variants. We do hope that the S8 won't incorporate too many features from the Note 7.
Another rumor we have for the camera of the S8 is from PhotoRumors. They say the phone could come with a CMOS sensor 1/1.7-inch aperture that could come with a resolution between 18 to 24 MP.

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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

How to Root Samsung Galaxy S7 and Undelete Files from S7

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are the popular ones of the latest Samsung smart phones. Although the new duo is armed with the latest technology, many S7 or S7 Edge users still want to use the devices as their own likes. Rooting is just to fit their needs. Rooting S7 or S7 Edge allows users to give more functions to their devices. It means that users will have access to their Samsung. Here this article will guide you how to root Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge and undelete files from them.




Preparations before Rooting S7 or S7 Edge
1. You need install the proper USB driver for S7 or S7 Edge on your computer.
2. Go to Settings and press About five times to enable the Developer options.
3. Then enable the OEM Unlock in the Developer options.
4. Go to Developer options and enable the USB debugging.
5. Keep your S7 more than 50% of charge.
6. Remember to backup your important files on your S7 or S7 Edge.

Root Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge
Actually speaking, not all the S7 and S7 Edge phones can be rooted. The global models with Exynos processors are rootable, but the US models with Snapdragon 820 processors are unrootable. To be specific, you need the things - Samsung's Odin softwareSamsung's Mobile Device Drivers and then the Chainfire Auto-Root file for your device. We need two different files to root Samsung Galaxy S7 and root S7 Edge.

1. Hold the Home, Power and Volume Down buttons to make your S7 into its download mode.
2. Run Odin on your computer and connect your S7 to PC via USB cable. In Odin, click on AP and select the .tar.md5 file you unzipped earlier.
3. Check the options for Auto-Reboot and F.Reset Time and uncheck Repartition. Double-check that youve checked and unchecked the right things and then click on Odins Start button.
4. The installation process will start and after a few minutes your phone will reboot.



If you have finished this process, rooting S7 is done successfully.
After rooting your S7 or S7 Edge, you may lose some important files on it if you forget to backup your device. In this situation, you need a third-party software to help you recover files from Galaxy S7 without backup.

Undelete Files from Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge without Backup

 


1. Choose one trustful Samsung Data Recovery software in the market, for example, Yolisoft Samsung Data Recovery.
2. Download and run it on your computer. Select the file type you need recover. Only choosing the files you need can save a lot of scanning and recovery time.
3. Identify your S7 by connecting it to PC via USB cable and enable the USB debugging.
4. Start to scan, preview the scanning result and selectively restore what you need.








Wednesday, November 16, 2016

How to Retrieve Deleted Call Log on Samsung Galaxy S7

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are the most popular Android smart phones in 2016. Making phone calls is one of the basic function for Samsung users. So losing call logs might be annoying because we may lose the important information. Do not worry about anymore. This article will show you how to retrieve deleted call logs on Samsung Galaxy S7.



You may lose your call log due to factory reset, virus attack, system upgrade, accidental deletion or some reasons you may not know. In most cases, Samsung users may not have backup their call logs, so recovering lost call history may not be that directly. You need search in Google and find one Android data recovery software you can trust. For example, Yolisoft Samsung Data Recovery.


 


Easy Steps to Recover Lost Call History from Samsung Galaxy S7
1. Download and run Yolisoft Samsung Data Recovery on your computer. Most third-party software has two versions of their product- free trial version and purchased version. Before you decide to buy it, just download the free version to check whether it can help you recover data like call logs you need.
2. Select file types to scan. If you only lose call logs, you can just press Call History which contains call log information. Only choosing the file you need can save a lot of time for scanning and recovery.
3. Connect your S7 to computer via USB cable and enable the USB debugging. This process is meant to identify your S7, then the software can scan your lost data.
4. Hit Start to scan. This will take a few minutes. After the scanning finishes, you can preview the scanning result.
5. Decide what you want and selectively recover the lost call logs on your Samsung Galaxy S7.







Notes:
1. It also works well on Samsung Galaxy S8/S8 +/S7/S7 edge/S6/S6 edge/S5/S4/S3/S2, Galaxy Note 7/5/4/3/2, On series, J series and Samsung tablets.
2. Other than call logs, you can also restore other data from Samsung, such as photos, videos, text messages, contacts, WhatsApp messages, Viber messages, music and other documents.
3. The best and most safe way to prevent Samsung Galaxy S7 data loss is to backup your phone regularly.

If you remember all the tips above, you will not have problem in undelete lost data or files from Samsung or other Android phones like HTC, LG, Motorola, Sony, OnePlus, Google and etc.







Monday, October 31, 2016

How to Recover Lost Files from Samsung with Broken Screen

Nowadays Samsung smart phones are becoming much more popular. Along with this popularity, many problems like how to backup Samsung data or how to recover lost files from Samsung are annoying some Samsung users. Here in this article, it will guide you how to undelete lost files from Samsung when the Samsung screen is broken.




You may lose different kinds of file types like contacts, photos, videos, audios, text messages, call history, WhatsApp messages, Viber messages and other documents on your Samsung phones or tablets. Follow the tips and steps below to retrieve data from a broken Samsung galaxy device.

Tips for Recovering Lost Files from Samsung with Broken Screen
1. Do not use your phone if you want to get them back. New data might overwrite the missing data.
2. Find a USB cable for transferring data, not just for charging.
3. Select one Samsung data recovery you trust in the market, for example, Yolisoft Samsung Data Recovery.


 


Steps for Retrieving Data from Broken Samsung Device
1. Download and run Samsung Data Recovery on your computer.
2. Select file types you need. The Multimedia includes photos, videos, audios, Database includes contacts, sms, call logs, and the last one contains WhatsApp messages, Viber messages and their attachments.
3. Connect your Samsung to computer via USB cable and enable the USB debugging. This process is aimed at identifying your Samsung device.
4. Start to scan, preview the scanning result and selectively recover what you need.




Notes:
1. Do not worry about your Samsung types. It supports Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge/S6/S6 Edge/S5/S4/S3/S2, Galaxy Note 2/3/4/5/7 and other Samsung phones and tablets.
2. It supports the Android 2.0 and later (Android 7.0 Nougat included).
3. If you try many software and they can not get your lost data back, you need to contact the Samsung manufacturer to solve your broken issue.

How to Control a Samsung with a Broken Screen  
Usually this situation always happens if your Samsung screen totally dies. No one wants to have this kind of experience, but if you do have, there is no need to worry about it. The method below may help you extract your Samsung data.

The k.janku1 is a tool to control your Samsung by using a mouse and on-screen button on Windows computer, created by XDA Forum. After running this software on your computer, your Samsung devices screen will shown in a small window.

Do you have a broken Samsung screen and do you want to recover lost files from your Samsung device? If so, all you need to do is head over to the first solution and give the Samsung Data Recovery tool a try and restore deleted files from Samsung.

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Thursday, October 27, 2016

How to Recover Contacts from Broken Samsung Mobile Phones




My Samsung Phone is Broken
Today I dropped my Galaxy S7 accidentally in the water. Although I picked it up quickly, it was also broken. Im really worry about my contacts or phone numbers on my Samsung. I dont have a backup file of them. Any way to recover contacts from Samsung, especially a broken one.  --asked by Don.

Retrieve Lost Contacts from Broken Samsung Phones
A broken phone might lead to unexpected data loss, do not worry about this issue, even you do not have a backup file. There are many different Android data recovery software you can choose, for example,  Yolisoft Samsung Data Recovery. It is a specialized software focusing on restoring deleted or lost Samsung data, including contacts, photos, text messages, call logs, videos, audios, WhatsApp messages, Viber messages and other documents.


 


Easy Steps to Restore Samsung Contacts
1. Run the Samsung data recovery software on your computer.
2. Select database which contains contacts information.
3. Connect your Samsung to computer via USB cable and enable the USB debugging.
4. Start to scan, preview the scanning result and selectively recover what you need.




Main Features of Samsung Data Recovery
  • Undelete your Samsung data due to various reasons, such as broken screen, factory reset, accidental deletion, virus attack, flash ROM and etc.
  • Undelete your Samsung data even you do not have a backup.
  • Recover the lost data after you preview the scanning result.
  • Export your contacts as CSV or HTML format.


Related Information about Find data from Broken Samsung
If you want to access your broken Samsung like S8/S8+/S7/S7 edge/S6/S6 edge/S5/S4/Note 7/Note 5, you can try using USB debugging method and Kies. If you still cant access your Samsung, that might because you have a security code for unlocking or your fingerprint scanner is not working.

Even in this case, do not worry. The Samsung Smart Switch can help you get your data from broken Samsung. This program will pop out a window asking you to backup your Samsung data to computer before installing new firmware. That means you still have chance to make a backup file of your broken Samsung data even if the Samsung is bricked or somehow not working.

Run Samsung Smart Switch on your computer -> Connect your broken Samsung to computer -> Choose “Emergency Software Recovery and Initialisation” -> Go to Software Update and Initialisation -> Start to backup data from broken Samsung.