How Can I Restore Deleted Messages from Android Phone?
"Help! Do you guys know how to recover lost text messages from Android smart phone? I mistakenly deleted the entire messages from my Android device when I was viewing SMS from my boyfriend. Is there any way can help me restore them as soon as possible?" -- Angela from New York
With the popularization of Android smart phone, more and more users have ever encountered the same trouble of losing precious text messages all of a sudden. According to the reviews, there are several major factors that may lead to data loss from Android phone, such as ROM flashing, system crashes, virus infection, mistaken deletion or settings, and so on. Well, no matter how you lose them, the most urgent thing after data loss is to find ways to recover lost text messages from Android mobile phone at once.
In order to help you completely restore deleted Android messages, here I'd love to recommend you Vibosoft Android Message Recovery, which is designed to help Android phone owners regain lost SMS with ease. As it can be compatible with all Android phones, you can easily work it to retrieve deleted messages from Samsung, LG, HTC, Motorola, Sony or more Android devices. Apart from text messages, it can be used to restore lost contacts, photos, videos, music and various documents from your Android phone. Moreover, Android Message Recovery is pretty easy to use. With only a few simple clicks, you can achieve to recover lost text messages from Android mobile phone without losing any detail.
Here are two free trial versions for Windows and Mac users. Now you can download the right one on your Windows or Mac computer to give it a try by yourself. By the way, you should root Android phone before running this program.
User Guide to Recover Lost Text Messages on Android Smart Phone
Step 1. Run the Software, Get Android Phone Detected
To begin with, download and install Android Message Recovery software on your computer. Then double click to open it. After that, connect your Android mobile phone to the PC via a USB cable. To get your device identified successfully, please enable USB debugging on your phone first.
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging".
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
If your Android phone runs Android 4.2 or newer, you will see a pop-up window on the screen as below. Now you should choose "Always allow from this computer" and "OK" to continue.
By the way, as I've mentioned before, this software can help restore lost photos, videos and more data on the SD card as well. If you need, you should turn on USB storage on your phone. After the above process, you can hit the "Refresh" icon to get your device detected immediately.
Step 2. Ready to Recover Lost Android Messages
This program allows you to preview the whole lost files before restoration. Wait for a while, you can get all deleted files arranged on the menu as shown. Touch the "Message" option, both deleted and existing messages on your Android phone will be listed with details. Now you can mark your needed SMS to restore.
At last, hit the "Recover" button, you will restore all messages to your computer in a flash. In addition, if you worry about losing messages without warning, I suggest you to save the whole text messages to your computer as a backup.