Hello friends. As we know that Messages play a very important role in people’s daily life who uses Android phones. It can help people easily communicate with each other, deliver vital information, store long and large amount of messages for a long time. There are many unfortunate events that can seamlessly lead to accidentally deleting text messages that you hold dear without any notice – one wrong move, navigating too quickly or an evil bug. But not all is lost! Actually, deleted text messages are temporarily saved in the virtual space. So grab your phone and your computer and learn how to recover deleted text messages on Android.
Here are few tools which can recover deleted text messages on android :
- Wondershare Dr. Fone For Android
- FonePaw Android Data Recovery
- Coolmuster Android Sms + Contacts Recovery
How To Recover Deleted Text Messages On Android :
1.For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Go to Settings < Developer options < Check USB debugging
For Android 4.2 or newer: Go to Settings < About Phone < Tap Build number for several times until getting a note ‘You are under developer mod’ < Back to Settings < Developer options < Check USB debugging.
2.I just Download and install the free Wondershare trial (or another recovery tool of your choice) and connect your Android phone to your computer.
3.Just Follow the prompts in the recovery program to identify your device and scan or analyze your Android’s memory.
4.Once the process is complete you can browse and preview both the deleted and undeleted data on your Android device. As long as the particular part of memory on which your data was originally stored has not been saved over, you can still retrieve it. This is why it’s important to act quickly if you’ve accidentally deleted an SMS.
5.Next, open the Messages folder in the left-hand pane, select the messages you wish to recover and click Recover at the bottom right to put them back on your device or save them to your computer.
Note: if you want to complete this process without a PC, you will need root access on your device and, more than likely, a paid recovery app. Feel free to do it that way if you like, but it’s easier (and free) to just use a computer.