Overview: Still worried about not knowing how to recover lost call logs on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8, or Samsung Galaxy Note 9? Please calm down, this article will tells you three simple and reliable ways to restore the deleted and lost call history no matter with or without backup.
What circumstances will you delete the call history? It may be that the call history takes up the space of the phone so you need to delete them, or it may be that the call history involves your privacy and secrets so you have to delete them. In any case, it is a very common thing to delete the call history in your phone. However, have you tried to delete the call history by mistake or accident? Everything is relative, some call history is useless, but some are useful. If you delete a useful call history, this may have some impact.
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Ways 1 Directly Recover Call Logs on Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9 without Backup
Samsung Data Recovery can provide users with an effective and safe way to recover deleted call history. Its interface style is intuitive. You can easily find the functionality you need from the main interface. Its compatibility is strong. Firstly, it supports recovery of contacts, text messages, photos, WhatsApp messages, video, audio, call history and other documents. Secondly, it can be applied to Samsung, HUAWEI, LG, OPPO, vivo, ZTE, SONY and other Android phones, which supports more than 6000 kinds Android devices. In addition, its operation is simple. You can see that each step will have a corresponding prompt, and it will also provide a tutorial to teach you.
Step 1. Launch Samsung Data Recovery on your computer, and then connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9 to the computer. The program will recognize your phone soon, if your connected device can not be recognized by the program, don’t worry and just enable the USB debugging.
Step 2. Open the USB debug mode on your phone. If you don’t know how to do it, please follow the instructions below. It will detect your Android version and teach you how to open the USB debugging mode on your phone.
Note: Please enable USB debugging and close any other running Apps on your phone before and during the recovery process.
Step 3. In this step, you can check and choose any kind of files you want to restore. To recover them, just choose the correspond options (Call History) on the window, and press “Next”.
Step 4. 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 review them carefully, and then click “Recover” to restore them.
Ways 2 Restore Call Logs from Backup to Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9
Step 1. Run the program and click “Android Data Backup & Restore” option in the primary interface.
Step 2. Use a USB cable to connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 or Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to your computer.
Step 3. Chose a features to restore your data from backup, both “Device Data Restore” and “One-click Restore” can achieve this purpose.
Step 4. Choose the suitable backup from the backup list, then click “Start” button to preview and restore call history from the selected backup to your Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9.
Ways 3 Recover Call Logs from Backup to Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9 with Kies
Step 1. Run Samsung Kies on your computer and connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9 to the same computer via a USB cable. After that, choose “Backup & Restore” option and click on “Restore” at the bottom of the page.
Step 2. Now, the program will automatically load the files you have backed up on this computer, choose the one according to your need.
Step 3. As you can see, all the recoverable file on the selected backup file will be extracted and displayed. Browse the loaded files and tick “Videos” or any other items according to your need. Then, click the “Restore” button to start restoring your call logs from backup to Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9.