Thursday, November 3, 2016

Recover Deleted Text Messages from an Android phones(un-rooted)

how to recover deleted sms on android
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If you Recently deleted a text message conversation from an Android phone by accident and you're frantically trying to recover it, you may be in luck! Since deleting files on Android only marks those files' memory space as available, you have the ability to recover them as long as you don't overwrite the space with any new information beforehand using data recovery software and your computer. Here are a couple of different options for file recovery if you work quickly.
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Recovering Data from an Unrooted Android
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Turn off your data immediately.If you just recently deleted a text conversation by accident, its memory space likely hasn't been overwritten yet. To ensure the preservation of this memory space, turn off you phone's data and wifi features in the Settings menu. This will prevent future calls, messages, or notifications from taking up space on your SD card where the deleted messages might be lurking.
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Download an SMS recovery tool.On your computer, search for an SMS recovery tool, keeping in mind your phone's operating system as well as your computer's. You'll find that, though there are virtually endless options for recovery software, only a handful are both reputable and pertinent to newer operating systems. Once you've selected your recovery tool, download it and install it to your computer. [1]
*.A fair amount of the best-recommended recovery tools mandate root access, so stick with the classics. Recuva is a great free file recovery software option with an intuitive interface and easy installation; its wide range of compatibility should put it at the top of your list. [2]
*.7-Data Recovery Suite is another basic option, though you'll have to use its free trial if you don't want to pay for software--in this case, the trial allows 1 GB of data recovery. [3]
*.DiskDigger is a younger but fantastic alternative to Recuva that recently divorced itself from root-access exclusivity, and it should work on any current operating system. [4]
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Boot up your SMS recovery software.After you've installed your SMS recovery tool, open it and familiarize yourself with its layout. Most recovery software on the market comes with step-by-step instructions as part of its interface, but if yours is lacking in that department for some reason, you may have to do some outside research.
*.Most recovery software will at least include a tutorial or a "Read Me" file as part of the download package.
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Plug in your Android's USB.With your SMS recovery software active, hook your Android up to the factory-issued USB charger and plug it into your computer's USB bank.
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Activate your phone's USB Debugging.On Android 4.2 or newer, go to your Settings menu, find and tap "Developer Options", and select "Enable USB debugging". If you don't have access to Developer Options, go to "About Phone" and scroll down to "Build Number". Tap "Build Number" seven times; a message saying that you have entered Developer Mode should pop up. From here, you should be able to enable USB debugging. [5]
*.On Android 3.0 to 4.1, from the main Settings menu, go to Developer Options and then check USB Debugging.
*.On Android 2.3 or earlier, from Settings, go to Applications, then Development, and then check USB Debugging.
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Follow your SMS recovery tool's instructions.Since there isn't one specific software version you'll be using, you're more or less at the mercy of your program's accessibility. Once you've activated USB debugging, your software should give you the option to scan any available hard drives; your Android should be one such hard drive. Select your device and let the software do the work.
*.For the purposes of text message retrieval, you'll want to select a "lost file recovery" service if your software gives you several options.
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Browse your Android's files.After the scan is complete--anywhere from a few seconds to half an hour, depending on the size of your selected files--look through any files your software located. If you're looking for text messages in particular, you're liable to find them in the "data" folder; consider simply selecting this whole folder for recovery.
*.Unless you know exactly what you're doing, leave files such as the system cache alone; otherwise, you run the risk of damaging your phone.
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Recover the files in question.When you've found the files you want to restore, select these files and click the relevant button (something to the effect of "Recover Files" should do).
*.If your software has an option to back up files to your computer, consider doing this as well--especially for sensitive documents and data.9
Protect your future messages and data.To keep accidental deletions from happening in the future, consider downloading an Android data backup client like SMS Backup & Restore or Easy Backup & Restore, both of which are free on Google Play.

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