If you accidently lost important data on Samsung Galaxy Note 8, you may need a Galaxy Note 8 data recovery tool. Read this post to learn a way of recovering lost files from Note 8 via using a Note 8 file recovery app.
From the dual camera and S Pen, to the gorgeous Infinity Display, the Galaxy Note 8 is an all-around fantastic phone. In this article, we do not focus on how fantastic the Note 8 is, but talk about how to retrieve lost data like contacts, text messages, photos, videos, etc. on your Samsung Note 8. If you are just right looking for such a solution, you may wish to read it.
To be able to restore deleted data from Galaxy Note 8, all you need is a professional Note 8 data recovery app. Check a quick guide on how to do this in simple steps.
How to recover lost data on Note 8?
Here’s what you need
FoneLab for Android
Follow these steps:
Step 1: Connect your Galaxy Note 8 to your PC via USB cable
Install and launch the Galaxy Note 8 data recovery program on your PC after download, the main window will pop up as below. Then you need to connect your phone to the computer via a USB cable. Wait for seconds before the device is detected. Install the device driver on your computer if it hasn’t been installed.
Step 2: Open the USB debugging mode on your device
Before the program scan and recover, it needs to be authorized. After the device driver is installed, Android Data Recovery will detect your Android version and tell you how to open the USB debugging mode on your phone. Don’t worry, this step is of no harm to the safety and privacy of your data or device. After you finish the steps, click OK on FoneLab for Android and tap OK on your device.
Step 3: Select the data types on your device.
Click the file types you want to recover and click Next. The program will scan the data on your device.
Step 4: Preview and recover lost files selectively
When the scanning finish, the data files that have been found from your Galaxy Note 8 will be shown. You can preview each file and check the ones you want to recover, and then click the ‘Recover’ button to recover and save them on your computer.
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