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.
“I like to record sounds of all kinds. I have lots of audio files on my Samsung Galaxy Note 10. But yesterday, I deleted many important ones while managing songs. I don’t have a habit to backup movie or music. Is there any simple way to recover these deleted audio or music files from Galaxy Note 10?”
Are you facing the situation that you mistakenly delete some valuable audio or music files from Samsung Galaxy Note 10? Do you know how to get them back? In fact, many reasons can cause your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 data loss. Sometimes, when you remove unnecessary files to get more storage space, you may accidently delete some important data. The good news is, there are still methods can help you restore the lost audio or music files from Samsung Galaxy Note 10. This guide will show you how to recover deleted Samsung Galaxy Note 10 audio/music files step by step.
To retrieve lost Samsung Galaxy Note 10 audio or music files, you need a tool to help you. UFUSoft Fonelab for Android is a powerful Samsung Galaxy Note 10 data recovery tool, which allow you to Restore deleted/lost audio or music files from Samsung Galaxy Note 10 with a few simple steps, in addition, you can also recover other data, like contacts, photos, music, notes and videos, and you not only can get back deleted Data on Samsung Galaxy Note 10, but also Recover Data from HTC, Google, LG, Sony, Motorola, ZTE, Huawei and others.
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Steps to Recover Deleted Audio or Music Files on Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Step 1: Connect Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to computer
Connect Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to PC with a USB cable. Wait seconds and this program will detect your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 phone automatically.
Step 2. Allow USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Android Data Recovery will detect your Android version and tell you the steps to allow USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (see how to open USB debugging mode). After that, click “OK” on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
Step 3. Choose audios to scan
You are required to select data types to recover. As you can see, almost all Samsung Galaxy Note 10 files can be recovered, such as contacts, call logs, messages, pictures, videos, etc. If the audio files are all your need, you can only choose the “Audio” option. Then click “Next” to scan all selected Samsung Galaxy Note 10 data.
Step 3. Recover deleted audio/music files
When the scanning process is over, all the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 data are listed in categories on the left control. click “Audio” option on the left list and you can check the details information of each music on the right preview window. Select the audio files you want to restore and then click on “Recover” button.
Now you have recovered deleted audio or music files on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 successfully.