Now, there are many premium phones for users to choose from the market, while the mid-tier phones seem to have been no progress. However, Samsung recently launched a mid-tier phone, its configuration is much better than the same kind of product.
Galaxy On 8, it will be in Asia for sale, equipped with 5.5 inch FullHD screen and 1.6GHz eight core processor, with 3GB RAM+32GB ROM storage combination, support microSD card to expand storage space.
In addition, the machine is equipped with a 13 million pixel rear camera, f/1.9 large aperture; the user can also shoot a high quality picture in a low light environment. What’s more, its front camera is 5 million pixels, battery capacity reached 3300mAh, pre loaded Android 6.0 Marshmallow system.
Samsung On 8 is a good choice if you want a high configuration and low price phone. In addition, Samsung On 5 and On 7 are also worth recommending.
So, when you use this several mobile phone, accidentally delete data is inevitable, when we deleted the contacts on our Samsung Galaxy On 5/On 7/On 8 by mistake, and these contacts is very important, how can we recover deleted contacts, as well as other deleted data?
Please don't worry, to restore deleted and lost data from Samsung Galaxy On 5/On 7/On 8, you just need the Samsung Data Recovery, which allows you restore a variety of data, including photos, audio, text messages, videos, WhatsApp messages, contacts and other data. It also supports a variety of Android devices, not just Samsung, but also HUAWEI, LG, SONY, HTC, Motolora, etc.. It can recover the lost or deleted data in many circumstances. Whether your phone data is simply deleted or lost due to a system crash, these are recoverable. More importantly, it has a high security; your phone data will not be lost or leak due to the use of the software.
Step 1. Launch Samsung Data Recovery on your computer, and select "Data Recovery" among all the toolkits. Next, connect your Samsung On 5/On 7/On 8 to your computer with a USB cable.
Note: You need to connect to the phone before you open the USB debugging on your phone. If your Android os version is 4.2.2 or above, there will be a pop up message on your Android phone, tap on "OK" to allow USB debugging.
Step 2. Then, the program will pop up a window, you need to choose the types of file to restore. Because you need to restore deleted contacts, you can check the "Contacts" from the category.
Step 3. Now, the program will enter the next interface, you need to select the scanning mode. There are two scanning modes. You can read the description and choose the "Standard Mode" or the "Advanced Mode" to continue according to your need. Choose one of them and click "Start" to begin analyzing and scanning your phone.
Note: There might be a Superuser authorization appearing on your device during the scan. If you get it, click "Allow" to continue. If not, just skip this step.
Step 4. When the program scans your phone, the recovered data will be displayed on the main interface. You can preview them. Check the contact you want to restore, click "Recover".