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[Sovled]How to Recover Deleted Call Log on Samsung Galaxy

Last Updated on June 16, 2020 by Jason Ben

When I was busy with cooking, my cell phone was ringing. I washed my oily hands in a rush and tried to pick up the phone call in time. However, it stopped ringing and I missed the call. All I saw is a number I had never seen before. It didn’t matter, I tapped the call log app and found the number. Now I could call back. Long press the number, find the delete option, tap it. Wait! What I just did?! I couldn’t believe it but it was really true, I deleted the number. I had no idea who was calling me. It may be from a potential client. Could anyone help me please? Are there any ways to retrieve deleted call log on Samsung galaxy?

This is a really awful and depressing situation. What you can do if you are in a similar situation? How to retrieve deleted call log on Samsung? Here we recommend you Samsung Data Recovery to deal with awkward situation. Samsung Data Recovery can help you to backup and restore your data in your phone, including photos, music, messages and so on. Surely it can also help you to backup and restore your call log.

As a user-friendly Android data recovery software, Samsung Data Recovery is easy to operate for all ages users. You don’t need professional skills or specialized knowledge. With its built-in preview function, you can even take a look at the call history that can be recovered before you start the recovery.

Samsung Data Recovery supports all smart phones with an Android system such as Huawei, Sony and Samsung and so on. Thus, here we take Samsung galaxy s5 s6 s7 s8 s9 as an example, to instruct you to recover Deleted Call Log on Samsung Galaxy.


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How to Retrieve Deleted Call Log on Samsung Galaxy S5 S6 S7 S8 S9

Step 1 Download and install the app Samsung Data Recovery on your computer, Launch it.

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Step 2 Use a USB cable to connect your Samsung galaxy phone to your computer. Please note that the battery power left on your phone should be over 20%.

Step 3 Start the USB debugging mode on your Samsung phone. To enable the mode, you can follow the instructions on the interface or just follow the steps below.

Android OS 2.3 or earlier:
Find Settings, then select Application, choose Development, find USB Debugging then tap it.
Android OS 3.0-4.1:
Find Settings, then select Developer options, find USB debugging then tap it.
Android OS 4.2 or later:
Find Settings, then select About phone, tab Build number for seven times, then you will see the notes “You are under developer mode”, go back to Settings, then select Developer options, find USB debugging then tap it.

Tap OK to finish.

Step 4 After your phone is identified by the software, you can choose the file types that can be recovered. Select Call Logs by ticking the box before it. Click Next to scan.

Step 5 During the scanning, you will be reminded that the software needs to get privilege to scan more deleted files. Now you can do as the interface guides.

Step 6 After it finished the scanning, you can click Call Logs to find the call you missed. What’s more, by switching on the button Only display the deleted item(s), you can quickly find the one you mistakenly deleted. Select the call you need to recover and click Recover to bring back the number. You can get back the recovered call logs as CSV or HTML files as you set.

We hope that our instruction can help you to solve such problem.


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