There could be various reasons that push you to perform hard reset on your Android phone. One of the most common situations you may encounter is System or application crashes. Or you may be confronted with too many problems such as application load slowly or malfunction when they are loaded.
Hard reset may restore your Android phone to the status of the shipment from the factory. When using this option, contacts, all settings, applications, user files may be automatically deleted from the internal storage of Android.
It is easy to hard reset your Android phone, but it is not easy to recover all the deleted data from android phone after reset if you do not have any backup files. We often hear people complain about losing any important data such as contacts after the hard reset their Android phone like the Samsung Galaxy, Sony Xperia, Huawei Honor, HTC Desire, LG, Motorola, and more.
How to Recover Contacts from a Hard Reset Android Phone
So is there an idea to recover contacts after hard reset Android? Without tools in hand, you may find it difficult. However, you can simply retrieve lost contacts from your Android phone after hard reset if you have an Android Phone Recovery.
Tenorshare Android Data Recovery is professionally designed to recover data like data from Android. It is able to recover deleted files, not only the contacts, but also photos, music, movies, contacts, text messages, call history, documents, emails, and more. As you can see from its name, this program is compatible with existing Android devices such as Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG, Motorola, Huawei, etc.
This program is user friendly and only a few clicks are needed to recover deleted contacts from Android phont after hard reset. Now, we learn more about how to recover Android contacts with this software (simple steps).
- Step 1: Launch Tenorshare Android Data Recovery.
- Step 2: Enable USB debugging on the Android phone and connect with computer.
- Step 3: Scan Android Phone.
- Step 4: Recover contacts from Android after factory reset.