How to Recover Contacts from Samsung Galaxy S4/S3/S2 on Mac/Windows?
Is it necessary to switch Samsung Galaxy S3 to S4?
The Samsung Galaxy S4 has become the new hot smartphone with a slew of new features. It is carrying Exynos 5441 quad-core processors, based on Cortex-A15 architecture, 2GHz main frequency, and Octa-core Mali-T658 GPU. Samsung also outfits the Galaxy S4 with 13, 000, 000 megapixel camera and enables it to support the big.LITTLE Processing power saving technology. Samsung Galaxy S4 runs with Android 4.2.2+TouchWiz.
* The appearance of Samsung Galaxy S4 is almost the same with S3, which is still using the hyperglaz coating material. But generally speaking, the hand feel is better than S3. Samsung is gonna show the competitors that 5 inch screen can have no influence on hand feeling.
* Samsung Galaxy S4 is equipped with Corning gorilla glass, which is more solid and stronger than S3. It highly strengthens the ability of shock and scratch resistant.
How to Restore Lost/Deleted Contacts on Galaxy S4?
"Hi all! I accidently deleted all contacts on my Samsung Galaxy S4. I know I should back them up. Is there any way or any software can help me to restore them?"
The high-powered Galaxy S4 still can not escape from the risk of data loss. If you are a proud owner of S4, are you the one who always inadvertently delete your contacts from the phone, without doing any backup on your computer? Don't panic! Thanks to the Samsung Galaxy S4 contact recovery software, iPubsoft Android Data Recovery or Android Data Recovery for Mac allows you easily recover lost to deleted contacts and other file types from Samsung Galaxy S4/S3/S2 without a backup before. Just refer to the guide below to see how to perform the contact recovery on both Mac and Windows platforms. Firstly, you should get the Android Data Recovery installed on your computer.
For Mac Users: How to Restore Contacts from Samsung Galaxy S4?
Android Data Recovery for Mac allows you to preview and check lost data files on your Samsung Galaxy S4 to recover, including contacts, messages, photos, videos, etc. It features with an easy-to-use interface that no matter you are a new Android user or professionals, you can handle the recovery task without any hassle. iPubsoft Android Data Recovery for Mac (or Windows) is specially designed for Android devices and it is fully compatible with all popular Android phones like HTC, Google, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, etc.
After you finish the installation of the tool on your Mac, launch it and connect your Samsung Galaxy S4 to your Mac. Then, the launched program will detect your device and show it in the main interface. Begin the scan on your S4 to bring out all the stored data, including the lost contacts. When the scanning finishes, you will see all the scanning results on the left of the window. Select "Contacts" and begin the recovery process by clicking the button of "Recover".
For Windows Users: How to Recover Lost/Deleted Galaxy S4 Contacts on PC
Above is the guide for Mac users. If you are using Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP and other Windows platforms, Android Data Recovery will be your best choice to get back your Galaxy S4 contacts.
Step 1: Connect your Galaxy S4 to the computer
Download and install the recovery software on your PC, launch it and connect your Samsung Galaxy S4 with your computer through a USB cable. Your phone will be detected automatically by the program once it has been connected successfully. You will see your Android phone displayed in the home window.
Step 2: Scan and Preview the Contacts You Want to Recover
Click the "Scan" button to scan for your lost contacts on the phone. After the scanning, you will now see all files in your phone displayed in the left panel. You can select the Contact tab and preview all the contacts here, including lost ones. Mark those you want to recover and click the big button of "Recover" to save them to your computer.
Note: In order to get the greatest chance to recover you lost files from Galaxy S4, you had better not use your phone to save new data since the data loss.