How to restore lost contacts from Android SIM card

Posted by rincepqs on March 23rd, 2016

You have unexpectedly deleted your contacts and always the explanation for this situation is the same, blame the mobile, to the very Google Android or the loss of contacts. Of course, the mobile user never do anything to erase a mobile contact, no "fiddles" with settings that do not know, does not restore a mobile factory without first knowing what is going to happen or not take precautions to avoid data loss as a contact that never will happen.

I frankly refuse to believe that one day wake up your Android phone first thing in the morning and say, "Today I will annoy on my own and I will delete all contacts from your agenda" and took many in this year of Android, in particular from version 1.6 on an old HTC Magic still I keep, and it's been a few versions of Android.

There is a popular saying: "Prevention is better than cure" and this saying we can apply to mobile as well. I have always said that the first thing to do before going on keeping things moving is to make sure that if we have any problems, our data will not be lost. And it does not understand how there are people who use their mobile as a drawer. They keep everything in it and then if we have problems we lay hands on the head by having lost everything.

Synchronize contacts, photos and videos:

Probably our contacts, photos and videos are the most precious materials we store in our mobile and the first thing we want to recover if lost.

We have talked a lot about the forms that exist in Android to make automatic copies of photos and videos, for example using the Android application "Photos" or using cloud storage. We have also addressed the issue of how to backup or synchronize your contacts to prevent their loss.

Recover contacts with Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android

However, if you have no synchronization yet! Then no need to be worry as Android Recovery is program, which not only recover your deleted contacts but also can recover your messages, photos, videos and important files as well.

For using this professional tool, just download and install Dr.Fone from its official page to your computer, connect your android device with USB debugging mode through USB cable. Your device should automatically detected by this intelligent program. After detection scan your device for deleted contacts, after complete the scan you will get all the contacts. Just press the recover button and you will get back all the contacts you need.

In addition, if instead your contacts were only saved on your phone and these have disappeared, Google gives us the option, for safety, always retrieves that have not been more than 30 days after the deletion.

This option is only possible if you had your address book contacts synchronized with your Gmail account. As you know, to use an Android phone it has to be synchronized with a Gmail account, using which to manage our contacts, bookmarks, downloads from Google Play, shopping, etc. Then there is the option to synchronize our contacts with it or not, that's your decision, but you know that for me is very important.

Also See: Deleted Contacts, Synchronization Yet, Gmail Account, Dr Fone, Contacts, Android, Mobile
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