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How to Recover Deleted Messages from Android

Lost SMS on Android phone due to delete or format the SD card is actually very common nowadays. Are you the one who are eager to address problem? If yes, congratulations, you are here in the right place. Above all, you need to know the deletion won't wipe the real data that have saved on your Android phone memory card, they are still there. But you should not use your phone to send or receive messages now because at present there's no known way to extract deleted messages that have been overwritten. There are plenty of solutions to recover deleted messages from Android phones, but one of the best is Android Recovery.
What is Android Recovery? Well, it is an advanced and professional Android text messages recovery tool that allows you to retrieve messages from deleted, lost, corrupted, formatted Android phone memory card. Besides, it support multiple Android phones and tablets, like Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, and so forth.
Download the free trial version below to recover deleted messages. Choose the right version and try it for free! You’ll get the primary window as follow when you launch this program on your computer.

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Note: Not all Android devices are supported right now by this program for Android.

Tutorial: how to recover deleted messages from Android phones

1
Connect your Android phone and enable USB debugging
To start with, please connect your Android phone to the computer. If you've enabled USB debugging on your phone before, you can directly jump to the next step now. If not, you'll get the interface below.
connect-android-phone

Choose a way according to the Android OS running on your device. Then follow the instructions below to enable USB debugging.
enable-usb-debugging

No.1: For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" > Click "Applications" > Click "Development" > Check "USB debugging"
No.2: For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" > Click "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging"
No.3: For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" > Click "About Phone" > Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" > Back to "Settings" > Click "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging"

2
Analyze your Android phone
After the USB debugging, reconnect your phone if you are asked to disconnect it during the setting. Then can see the window below. Here you need to bear in mind that your phone's battery is more than 20% charged, and then you can click "Start" to let the program analyze your Android phone.
analyze-android-phone

3
Scan your Android for deleted text messages
After analyzing your Android, you can start to scan. Before doing it, turn to the home screen of your phone and click "Allow" on it. Then back to the program on your computer and click "Start" to begin scanning.
scan-android-deleted-sms

4
Preview and recover messages from Android
When the scan is over, all recoverable messages, contacts, photos and video on your Android will be found out and displayed in the scan result. You can preview every message, including iMessages (media contents are not contained). Check what you want and export them to your computer by clicking "Recover".
recover-android-sms

Note: SMS found here contains those you deleted recently (displayed in orange) and those existing on your Android device (displayed in black). You can separate them by using the button above: Only display deleted items.
That’s it. It had done a good job, isn’t it? It only reads and recovers the data, no personal info leaking and there is no damage, deletion or modification at all. Come on, enjoy what you have got back and share the tool with your friends.

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