Looking for how to recover deleted photos/messages etc. data from Samsung Galaxy S20? This article will help you.
The Samsung S series is considered to be one of the best smartphones that you can buy in the market today. And in 2020, Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 5G, which, as the name suggests, is one of the Galaxy S models for 2020. On the Galaxy S20 5G, you get an excellent display with a 6.2-inch curved dynamic AMOLED panel that offers a resolution of 1440 x 3200 pixels and a perforated front-facing camera for the 10-megapixel camera. The rear camera setup is also impressive as it has a 12MP + 64MP + 12MP sensor configuration. the Galaxy S20 5G comes with an Exynos 990 chipset and has a whopping 12GB of RAM paired with 128GB of storage. You also get a 4000mAh battery that supports 45W fast charging and can also be charged wirelessly at 15W.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 is excellent, but data loss can still happen.
Common causes of Samsung Galaxy S20 data loss:
-Cracked screen, blank screen
-Damaged by water
-Formatted SD card
-Operating system corruption during software update or ROM update
When we use Samsung Galaxy S20, we inevitably delete photos/messages/videos from the phone. Whether we delete the data intentionally or not, or the data is lost due to system error, it takes some effort to get the deleted/lost data back. In this article, we will introduce you several practical ways to help you recover deleted photos/information from Samsung Galaxy S20
Method 1: Get back deleted photos/information in Samsung S20 through Android Data Recovery (Recommend)
Android Data Recovery is a near-perfect data recovery/backup software. It has a neat interface, no need to learn too much, and you can complete data recovery by following simple tips.
Features of Android Data Recovery：
1. One-click recovery of multiple kinds of data from your device
2. Perfectly compatible with most Android devices
Easily recover data from a bricked/broken/damaged/black screen Android
4.Compatible With Different Operating System
Support models: Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony, Huawei, ZTE, Motolora, as well as other Android smartphones and tablets
Supported data types: contacts, text messages, photos, videos, call logs, WhatsApp messages and more
Step 1: Download the appropriate version (Windows or MAC) of Android Data Recovery. Open it. Click on "Android Data Recovery".
Step 2: Connect your Samsung Galaxy S20 to your computer and follow the prompts to complete USB debugging.
Step 3: Select the type of data you want to recover and click "Next".
Step 4: Wait for the scan to complete, then select the files you want to recover and click "Recover". If you cannot find the data files you want, you can click "Deep Scan" for a more careful scan.
Samsung's Kies desktop software allows you to sync your Samsung smartphone or tablet sync to your computer. It can also restore backup data to your Samsung phone.
Step 1: Run Kies and connect your Samsung S20 to your computer. After successful connection you will see the basic information of your phone.
Step 2: In the "Backup/Restore" tab, find and click the "Restore" button. If there are applications running in the background, the Kies program will remind you that it will close the running application, click Continue.
Step 3: Select the backup files you want to restore and click Next.
Step 4: Select the data you want to recover and confirm the device to which the data will be recovered. Click Next.
Step 5: Once the restore is complete, you will see a confirmation dialog and your device will reboot.
If you enabled Google Photos before you deleted your photos, go to Google Photos and check the trash to see if they're still there.
Step 1: On your Samsung S20, open the Google Photos app.
Step 2: At the bottom, click Library > Trash.
Step 3: Select the photos or videos you want to recover.
Step 4: At the bottom, click "Recover". The photo or video will be recovered.
If the item is not in your trash, it may be permanently deleted.
The reasons why photos are permanently deleted：
1. You deleted the photo more than 60 days ago
2. You emptied your trash
3. You permanently deleted the photo from your trash
4. You permanently deleted it from your device's Gallery app without backing it up first.