“I accidentally deleted over 200 contacts on my Android phone. Now I just see my call history with only numbers and no caller ID. I need my contacts back urgently. Anyone has an answer to my problem?”
Nothing is more frustrating than losing your contacts off your Android phone, especially when you are in urgent need of calling somebody up. This most commonly occurs when you accidentally pressed the Delete button. Also, it can even happen right after you set Android phone to factory default settings, update Android OS, root your Android, and so on. Fortunately, your contacts are not really gone. There are still ways to get the lost contacts back.
One way is, if you have added your Google Account to your Android device, all your contacts automatically stay in sync. You can make use of Google Account to restore Android contact list to the state it was in at any point within the past 30 days.
If you haven’t make a backup of your phone contacts, then there is other way which helps you to retrieve Android contacts. You can count on a third-party tool like Jihosoft Android Phone Recovery. With it, you are able to recover contacts from Android phones like Samsung Galaxy S3/S4/S5/S6/S7/S8, Note 2/3/4/5/7, HTC One, LG Optimus, Sony Xperia, Motorola Droid, etc. The program will deeply scan your Android device for deleted or lost contacts. Plus, you are allowed to preview the contact phone number, name, and email in details.
Note: Please keep your phone intact until performing Android contact recovery. Any new data added to it will overwrite the deleted contacts and make them unrecoverable.
Get the free trial version of Jihosoft Android Phone Recovery to recover deleted contacts from Android:
Tip: The Android Contact Recovery not only supports retrieve Android contacts, but also can help to recover Android deleted messages, call history, photos, videos, and other data.