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Recovering deleted contacts on Android without rooting

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asked Mar 27 by imoedddy (120 points)
edited Mar 28 by Stephen Prastman

I need to recover some missing contacts from my Android phone. I checked similar posts on the site but all the suggestions I saw required a rooted phone, which will void the warranty. I prefer not doing that unless there absolutely no other way.

So, is there an way to recover the contacts without rooting my phone?

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answered Mar 28 by Stephen Prastman (253,050 points)
edited Mar 28 by Stephen Prastman

First, make sure that you didn't accidentally change your phone's configuration. Tap the Contacts app, go to the Settings menu and make sure that All Contacts are being displayed.

Also, in case you have a Google account, there's a very good chance that your contacts have been backed up via Gmail. Just log into your Gmail account from your PC, click on the big Gmail button on the upper-left side and go to Contacts. In the new tab that opens up, look at the left-side pane for a button that says More. Press it, then click on Undo changes and see if you can get back your contacts that way.

Lastly, there's an application called MobiKin Doctor for Android that works with phones that aren't rooted. All you have to do is to install the tool, connect your phone to your computer, then launch MobiKin Doctor for Android and follow the steps form its wizard-like interface.

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answered Mar 29 by Henbeggs (140 points)
edited Mar 30 by Henbeggs

You can still recover lost contacts from android phone on computer before they were overwritten by new data, an android data recovery could recover lost data from android phone without any backup file, try TunesBro DiskLab for Android, it could recover lost text messages, contacts, photos, etc.

Source:
https://www.tunesbro.com/recover-deleted-contacts-on-android.html

commented Apr 7 by imoedddy (120 points)
Thanks. it works quite fine for me.
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answered May 9 by Poumccgg (900 points)

Here, I'd like to recommend you this Samsung Data Recovery. By working this tool on computer, all lost and existing contacts can be scanned and displayed on the menu. So you can recover deleted contacts easily .
https://www.androidrecoverymac.com/resource/how-to-recover-deleted-contacts-from-sony-phone.html

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answered Jun 8 by Rissie (540 points)
edited Jun 8 by Rissie

You can use software to recover you data back. But do remember act fast over it and don't try writing something more over it otherwise the chances of getting your things back will decrease. Try this data recovery program to scan your phone and restore lost data from it.
Only a few steps you can get back your lost data from your phone, recover deleted contacts from android phone.

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answered Jun 8 by eller (860 points)
edited Jun 16 by eller

Hi, About How to recover deleted contacts. You can use FoneDog toolkit - Android Data Recovery. The FoneDog Toolkit for Android is the best data recovery software for your Samsung Galaxy, Tab, Note, and all other Samsung device units. Not only is it compatible with over 1,000 Samsung devices and over 5,000 Android device models, it is also very, very easy to use and simply hassle-free! All you have to do is to purchase and download the program and follow seven very easy steps to recover your precious data! Only several steps then you can recover your deleted contacts.
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answered Jun 19 by yeahaini (980 points)

Pro Android data recovery software allows us to recover deleted contacts on Android. We just need to connect it to computer via usb cable, open the software. Then all deleted contacts will be scanned out and listed on software window. We can choose the deleted contacts we want to recover.

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