Samsung Galaxy S3 has been available in the market for a while now, and become the most successful Android phone of all time. The S3 comes with a large, vibrant HD display, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 4G LTE capability, a zippy dual-core processor, and a strong 8-megapixel camera. It was the first smartphone that truly take the fight to the iPhone. Plus, the success of the Galaxy S3 has helped make the Samsung the biggest smartphone maker in the world.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is really an excellent Android phone. But now let’s get down to the main problem. Many Samsung users may accidentally deleted contacts, messages, photos, videos, or other files on Galaxy S3. For example:
“I accidentally deleted an entire album of pics from the photo gallery. The pics were stored on the Galaxy S3’s internal memory. Is there any way that will help to recover the lost photos?”
Fortunately, the answer is yes. When you’ve deleted some important files on your Samsung Galaxy S3, only the space that the deleted files occupied is marked as blank. If you haven’t written new data to the phone, the deleted files are still there and you still have the chance to get them back. All you need is an effective Samsung Galaxy S3 data recovery software.
As Samsung Galaxy S3 phone does not support USB Mass Storage (UMS) mode, normal data recovery tools are unable to detect the phone storage device. Don’t worry. Jihosoft Android Phone Recovery will help you get rid of the problem. It is a powerful recovery program for you to scan and recover deleted data from Samsung Galaxy S3. This Galaxy S3 Recovery can not only help you recover media files like photos, videos and music, but also contacts, messages, call logs, and WhatsApp history.
1.Run Jihosoft Android Phone Recovery and connect your Galaxy S3 to the computer via USB cable.
2.Enable USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy S3. When the software detects your device, click “Start” to scan the data on your S3.
3.When the scan completes, all the recoverable data like contacts, messages, photos, and videos will be listed in categories.
4.Preview and mark those you want to recover, and click “Recover” to recover data from S3.