January 14, 2014
I was composing a message and the phone got stuck when I was about to select the recipients. (Wanted to group send message so that’s why I was not answering directly.) After waiting for a while the phone was still not responding then I forced to shut down and turned it on again. Okay I again edited the same text and tap to choose receivers. Good grief! NO CONTACTS! EMPTY! Why? What happened?
I first tried to sync Gmail contacts back to my Sony Xperia, however when I logged in to Gmail and it was the same! NO CONTACTS!
Long story short, I finally found Myjad Android Contact Recovery which seems to be useful because I want simply the contacts. So is there anyone tried successfully restoring lost contacts with this program? Any advice? Many thanks!
September 6, 2014
A contact may be an important co-worker for business. A picture may be a fascinating story of love. A clip of video may capture an unforgettable experience…What a pity to lose them from your Android Phone!
There are too many reasons that may cause your important data being erased, removed or lost from your Android Phone such as accidentally delete, carelessly reset, root, format SD card, etc. If you happen to come across this situation, don’t panic, You can recover lost data from Android.it is easy to get them back.
See the use guide about recover Android lost data:
Have a try on it, the program works with most android phones like Samsung GALAXY, Motorola, LG Optimus, HTC, Sony, etc. No need to worry about the security of individual privacy any more.
How to recover android lost contacts.
If you deleted them then recover them straight away then you’ll 100% get them back, but if you’ve been using your phone a lot and over writing those deleted data… then your chance of getting all of them back will be slimmer. Try to recover your data, you’ll need the iPubsoft Android SMS+Contact Recovery, then follow instructions from there:
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