Recover Deleted Call History on Android Phone with Android Call History Recovery, you can retrieve deleted call log on samsung, huawei, htc, sony, LG and oneplus easily.

Recover Deleted Call History on Android - Android Call History Recovery

Last Updated on June 16, 2020 by Jason Ben

Sometimes Android users delete their phone call history when the memory space is running out. They think that those phone call history would not be necessary anymore, but suddenly they need those deleted call logs back for some reasons.

Recovering the deleted data such as photos, videos, music, text messages and call logs is a hard thing to do before. But now if you want to recover a very important call history then, you don’t have to worry anymore. Because there is an application that will help everybody to retrieve their deleted call history.

Features of DataKit Data Recovery

I present to you the DataKit Android Data Recovery software. Check out what this software can do for you:

  • If you think that this application can only recover photos and videos or any other media data types, then you are wrong. This data recovery tool is powerful enough to recover deleted text messages and call history in any form of losses.
  • It could recover data from different kind of instances like accidental deletion, formatted, hard drive failure, virus attack, system crash, partition loss, RAW Partition, and other cases. The software can recover those lost files as long as it can be detected by the software.
  • Recovering the deleted call history would be very easy for everyone with this application. Because the user-friendly interface and intuitive on-screen instruction will help you to recover your data without technology expert assisting you.
  • Another thing is this data recovery app supports various Android brands like Samsung, HTC, LG, Huawei, Sony and many more.
  • Mac version and Windows version are available.

Besides, you can try it for totally free now.

Instruction to Recover Deleted Call History on Android

Now let’s start the recovery process. Follow the simple tutorial to learn how to retrieve deleted call log on Samsung for example.

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Step 1 You need to download Android Data Recovery (check the link provided above), then install and launch it on your PC or Mac. Choose Android Data Recovery then you will be in an interface saying that you need to connect your device to the computer. Connect it via a USB cable.

Step 2 Tap OK in a pop-up window to allow detecting your device by the program and enable the USB Debugging Mode on your Android device. If the window does not show up, unplug your device and put it back again. But make sure that your phone is on the USB Debugging Mode.

Follow these steps to enable USB Debugging Mode if you haven’t done that yet.

For Android 2.3 or older: Navigate to Settings - Applications - Development - USB Debugging.
For Android 3.0-4.1: Go to Settings - Develop Options - USB Debugging.
For Android 4.2 or newer: Go to Settings - About Phone - Tap the Build Number about 7 times until "You are a now a developer" appearing- Developer- USB Debugging.

Step 3 You will see an interface where you will choose what type of data you are going to retrieve. Check Call Logs and then click the Next button.

Step 4 When the message request pops up, you need to click Allow/Grant/Authorize. Click Retry if the message doesn’t pop up on your phone screen. This would authorize the program to scan your device and of course proceed on scanning.

Step 5 You will see a preview of your lost call logs. So choose the items you want to recover. Click Recover to save them on your computer. The retrieved call history will be saved as a HTML file.

And it’s done. You’ve already recovered your deleted call logs so far.

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