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How to Recover Lost Files from Samsung with Broken Screen for Free
No matter how careful you are to your Samsung device, sometimes accident also come to it if you have a little careless. Dropping the Smarphone to the floor might be the most frequency situation to see. After all that happened, what you do might be staring at the phone and regretting about your careless. For this situation, the most asked question is that how to recover deleted files from Samsung device with broken screen. Go ahead and keep reading this post to get the method.
Android Data Extraction is a professional tool, which allows you to recover all types of files from damaged Samsung devices like broken/dead/locked Samsung phone or Samsung with broken screen, etc. All existing and lost files on your device will be found by the program and you are able to access and retrieve them with ease. It supports multiple media files including images, songs, movies, text messages and more.
Note: If you accidentally delete files on your Samsung device, try not to use device until the lost data are recovered. Otherwise you’re not able to get back the lost photos, videos, messages or whatever your lost once the new files overwrites them.
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How to Recover Lost Files from Samsung with Broken Screen
Step 1 Connect Device to PC
Before you get started, download and install the program on your computer. After that, launch it on PC and connect your device to computer. In the main interface, you will see seven options to choose. Just click on the "Android Data Extraction".
android recovery tool
Note: Broken phone options is for those who Samsung device including Galaxy Note 8/4/3, Galaxy S3/S4/S5and more is stuck in black screen, or the screen is broken, or cannot enter the device system, etc.
Step 2 Select the File Type from the Broken Phone
You can select more than one type of files to recover from the damaged phone. You can select all of the categories provided or you can choose any kinds of file you like selectively.
broken scan the phone
Step 3 Choose A Phone Fault Type
From the interface below, you can see two different types of broken phone. On the left is for "Touch cannot be used or cannot enter the system" while the right is for "Black/broken screen". You should choose the second mode if your Samsung screen is broken. After that, you will be asked to select the device model. Only some specific Samsung models are supported.
choose phone fault type
Step 4 Get Samsung Phone into Download Mode
Once you’ve confirmed your device model, you need to put it into Download mode for further steps. You can easily get into Download mode by following the steps display on the interface below. After you’ve done all three steps, hit the “Start” button. Then the program will start to perform the action within minutes.
phone download mode
Step 5 Analyze, Scan and Preview Files Stored in Samsung Device
It will take a few seconds for the program to analyze your device. Once done, it will take a deep scan of all files stored in the device including contacts, messages, call history, WhatsApp history, and videos and so on. You are able to preview them on the left panel by clicking on the categories one by one.
scan phone data
Step 6 Restore Deleted Files from Samsung with Broken Screen
After previewing the files you’d like to recover, make them down and then go to "Recover" to save them on your computer.
preview message to broken phone
Regardless of how advanced the Samsung device is, once it is broken or locked it becomes nothing. So to prevent the data loss, you would be better to do backup of the Samsung device regularly in case of any unexpected incidence. - See more at: http://www.renewandroid.com/recovery/recover-lost-files-from-samsung-with-broken-screen-107. ...
News Release: How to Recover Lost Files from Samsung with Broken Screen for Free
Submitted on: December 16, 2016 03:27:37 AM
Submitted by: BarbaraTurner
On behalf of: www.renewandroid.com/