Overview: This article will tells 3 simple and reliable ways to recover deleted and lost contacts from your Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9 no matter with or without backup.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 screen 6.4 inches, Super AMOLED panel full-view curved screen, Quad HD+ level, pixel density reached 516ppi, the screen ratio is still 18.5:9. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the first dual-camera smartphone released by Samsung. It uses a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED full-view curved screen with at least 6GB+64GB memory combination.
There is no doubt that they are very good flagship phones. However, during the daily use of the process, inevitably encounter some improper or unknown situations, where data loss is a very common problem, such as the loss of important contacts. But please rest assured that in terms of data recovery, we have some experience, the following are three commonly used simple methods.
Method 1 Recover Contacts from Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9 without Backup
Samsung Data Recovery 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. With the help of this tool, you can easily recover contacts, messages, message attachments, WhatsApp messages and attachments, photos, videos, audio, call logs, documents and so on. 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 contacts from Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9. The method is also applicable to other models of Samsung.
Step 1. Running the software and connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9
Download, install and run this powerful Samsung Data Recovery on your PC in advance, then click on “Android Data Recovery” in the primary interface and connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9 to computer.
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 cell 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 photos, videos, call logs, audio, and so on. Select the data what you want. If you just need contacts, select it. And then click “Next” to continue the data recovery process.
Step 4. Preview and recover the selected contacts
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 back to your computer.
Method 2 Restore Contacts from Backup to Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9
Samsung Data Recovery also allows you to backup your phone data, and restore data from these backup to Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9 and any other supported devices in a click.
Step 1. Run Samsung Data Recovery and click “Android Data Backup & Restore” option in the primary interface.
Step 2. Use a USB cable to connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 8/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 data from the selected backup to your Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9.
Method 3 Restore Contacts from Google Account to Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9
If you’ve signed in your Google account on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9, and regularly sync your phone contacts to this account, then you can easily restore the lost contacts from Google account to your Samsung Galaxy Note 8/Note 9.
Step 1. Open the Settings app on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 or Galaxy Note 9.
Step 2. Tap “Google” to go on.
Step 3. Under “Services,” tap “Restore contacts”.
Step 4. If you have multiple Google Accounts, to choose which account’s contacts to restore, tap “From account”.
Step 5. Tap the phone with the contacts to copy.
Step 6. If you don’t want to copy contacts from your SIM card or phone storage, you can turn off SIM card or Device storage.
Step 7. Tap “Restore”, then wait until you see “Contacts restored.”
Step 8. To avoid duplicates, your phone restores only contacts that it doesn’t already have. Your restored contacts also sync to your current Google Account and other devices.