Summary: The best way to get back the deleted and lost audio from your Samsung Galaxy Note 8, as well as Samsung Galaxy Note 9, no matter with or without backup.
Each cell phone manufacturers have their own classic series, such as Apple’s iPhone, Samsung’s Galaxy Note series. But when it comes to the phone which has the biggest effect on the intelligent mobile phone market expansion, we have to mention the Samsung Note Galaxy series, although it only slightly expanded the screen size, but this bold attempt bring the smart phone with a new development track. Note series has become a model of plus-size phone. I’m using Samsung Galaxy Note 9. However, in the use of the process, I still have some small problems. Today, I found out that the audio in my cell phone is losing after the system upgrade. I want to restore them now, what is the way?
You can use Android Data Recovery to recover the missing audio. It is a professional and practical data recovery software. In order to satisfy people’s need for data recovery. At this stage it can be applied to more than 6 thousand Android devices as well as easy to deal with the common data recovery problem, such as system crash, forgotten password, SD card issue, rooting error, lost data after factory restore, lost data due to OS update. And the software is safe and worthy of reliance. It will not leak your phone data, it will not make your phone data loss and damage. So you can use it safely. In addition, its operation is very simple and convenient.
Here I will introduce how to restore lost Audio from Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The method is also applicable to other models of Note, for example Samsung Note 7/Note 8/Note 9.
Directly Restore Lost Audio from Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9
Step 1. Run the software and connect your phone to computer
Download, install and run this powerful Android Data Recovery on your PC in advance. Click on “Android Data Recovery” and connect your Android device to it through the USB cable. Android Data Recovery can automatically detects your phone.
Step 2. Enable USB debugging on your phone
If you do not open the debug mode, the program will prompt you to enable USB debugging on your phone. It will automatically detect your Android version. After the phone is completed, click the “OK” button to enter the next step.
Step 3. Select the data types you want to recover
After the phone and computer connection is successful, you will see all data types that can be restored. Such as contacts, messages, call history, audio and so on. Select the data what you want. If you just need audio, select it. And then click “Next” to continue the data recovery process.
The program will ask the authorization to analyze and scan the data of your phone. Click “Allow” on your phone then it will begin analyzing and scanning. This operation will take a few minutes.
Step 4. Preview and recover audio on Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9
After the scan is completed, all types of file types are displayed in the list on the left. The right is the detailed information for each of the corresponding items. You can preview them carefully, and then click “Recover” to restore them.