The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 serves as the entry-level to Samsung’s 2019 Note lineup. Aside from that, it still has the same hardware internals as the bigger–and more expensive–members of the Note line: a Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9825 chip, 8GB RAM, an S Pen, a centered punch-hole selfie camera, and an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner. Three cameras can be found at the back – 12MP main and telephoto, and a 16MP wide-angle snapper. There’s only one storage version with 256GB of native storage and no microSD card slot.
“Some phone numbers were gone suddenly on my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 phone. I’m not sure what happened on it. Is it possible to get back the lost contacts on my Samsung Galaxy Note 10? BTW, I haven’t did a backup for it. Thanks.”
Contacts are the most important data saved on our mobile phone which are used to communicate with others.However we may lost contacts sometimes due to various reasons.For example,you may delete the wrong numbers from your phone,accidentally reset your phone and thus lost data on the phone.In this guide,we will be using Samsung Galaxy Note 10 phone to demonstrate how to recover lost contacts on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and other Android mobile phones. Note that we assume you do not have a backup of your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 data.
Retrieve Lost Contacts on Samsung Galaxy Note 10
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How to Recover Lost Contacts from Samsung Galaxy Note 10?
Step 1. Connect Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to Computer
First of all,directly connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 phone to the computer with an USB cable.Then run Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Data Recovery on your computer,and you’ll get the main window as follows.
Step 2.Enable USB Debugging on Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Next,you need to enable USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The way to enable USB debugging is different according to the Android OS versions. There are the ways for your choice.
Note: If your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has been enabled USB debugging,it will guide you directly to the next step.
Step 3.San Lost Data on Samsung Galaxy Note 10
When you’re here,click “Next” to let program scan data on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 after clicking the files you need.For contacts recovery,you should click “Contacts“.
(Before doing this,make sure that the battery of your phone is more than 20%,which will ensure you device successful analysis and scan.)
After analyzing your Samsung Galaxy Note 10,the program will continue to scan it for lost data. At the same time,an application-Superuser Request,will pop up on your screen of Samsung phone.You need to click “Allow” to allow the process move on.Then click “Start” on the program’s window below,the program will scan your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 for a little while.
Step 4.Preview and Recover Lost Contacts from Samsung Galaxy Note 10
After the scan process is complete,you can preview files found on your phone(contacts,photos,SMS,etc).Click them to check in detail.Choose those you need(the lost contacts) and click “Recover” to save them on your computer.