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How to restore deleted sms from Samsung S10/S10+?

KuawalarKuawalar Member
edited February 2020 in Forum support
Since Samsung experienced several consecutive cell phone battery explosions, Samsung has fallen from the altar. The current competition in the Chinese market is also shared by everyone. In the field of 5G networks, Samsung has not seen a big competitor in the Chinese market. Coupled with Huawei's lack of time and energy to expand market share, the galaxy s10 series is a boost for Samsung. A weapon.

Samsung offers a wealth of personalization features in the Galaxy S10 series flagship. Today, we introduce you to a great feature in One UI, which can greatly enhance your photo enjoyment. This feature is called the "Floating Shutter" button and can be used in camera application settings. You can drag the shutter button to any position you like, which is very useful when using a large screen phone like the Galaxy S10/S10+.

So, as a Samsung Galaxy fans, you must have bought a new mobile phone, too, don't you? However, lots of users lost some important data from theirs Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+. Are you also looking for a way to restore deleted sms from Samsung S10/S10+? Please don't worry, what you need is just the Samsung Data Recovery.

Samsung Data Recovery is the all-in-one data recovery program that can directly Recover Deleted Text Messages, Contacts, Videos, Photos, Call logs, Whatsapp Messages and other Document Files from Any Samsung Galaxy Phone and SD card.

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  • ZOEZOE Member
    edited March 2020
    To prevent lost SMS from being overwritten, the first thing to do after losing it is to stop using your phone. Because the new files will overwrite the lost SMS, then you won't be able to retrieve them again.And you can try to recover them with the data recovery software,which is the most efficient way to get them back.Since your lost data is SMS, you need to root your phone before recovering.
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