For some cases, such as that you want to unlock your Samsung Galaxy phone because you have forgot the password, you plan to reset the Android device to factory settings. But I should remind you that factory resetting would erase all phone data. If you have many important files including contacts, text messages and photos in your Samsung Galaxy, they might be lost after the factory reset. Losing out on data is more common than you think. Apart from factory resetting, you can lose data when your phone falls into the water. You can lose data when your phone gets broken. Or you could lose data when your SD card gets corrupted. Then, what if you want to recover data after factory reset a Samsung Galaxy?
Loading data isn't a great feeling. Thankfully, with Coolmuster Lab.Fone for Android (with its Mac version - Lab.Fone for Android Mac) you don't have to worry about it any more. It can do everything from recovering data, including contacts, SMS, photos, videos, audio files, call history, documents and more from all Android devices, to ensuring that you can pick out the specific files you need to recover. More, it does all that in a few clicks. You don't have to worry about the format or the content type - you can recover all that you lost in a simple and easy way. All you need to do is to perform three simple steps after installing the software, something we will take a look at below.
The following is the guide tells you how to use the Lab.Fone for Android to recover data from Samsung Galaxy S8/S7/S6/Edge/S5/S4, Note 7/6/5/4/3, A9/A8/A7/A6, etc. By the way, it is better to backup Samsung phone on computer so that you will no need to worry about data loss problem any more.
Step 1. Launch Samsung data recovery software
Just connect your Samsung Galaxy phone to your computer with the help of a USB cable and launch the Samsung Data Recovery - Coolmuster Lab.Fone for Android on your PC. Make sure to enable USB debugging on your phone firstly.
Step 2. Scan Samsung phone for lost data
All recoverable file types are categorized in different folders on primary interface, including Contacts, Messages, Call Logs, Photos, Videos, Audio, Documents, etc. Just select the file types you want back and click "Next" button.
Step 3. Recover Samsung data after factory reset
The program automatically to scan and find all the data you want to recover. Just preview and choose the files you want, and initiate the recovery process by clicking the "Recover" button. All your selected files, from contacts to pictures to videos and messages have now been recovered!