Did You Know How to Recover Deleted Text Messages on Android? Follow These Steps!

    It's often that we accidentally delete text messages (SMS) or even just a single important message from our smartphone. Don't worry, lost messages are recoverable, but only until the portion of memory on which they were saved is over-written.

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    So grab your phone and your computer to recover deleted SMS on your Android smartphones. There are several different PC and Mac-based application available to recover lost SMS. However, they essentially all do the same thing, scan your Android smartphone's memory, then identify and recover your deleted messages.

    Here is a guide to recover text messages, follow the steps give in the slider below.

    Step 1

    Enable Developer options on your Android phone. To do this, go to device Settings >> About phone and tap Build number until you see the notification that Developer options has been enabled.

    Step 2:

    Go to Developer options >> USB debugging and check the box.

    Step 3:

    Download and install the free recovery software on your computer and connect your Android smartphone to your computer.


    Step 4:

    Follow the prompts in the recovery program to identify your device and scan or analyze your Android's memory.

    Step 5:

    Once your smartphone is detected by the application, you can browse and preview both the deleted and undeleted data on your Android device.

    Step 6:

    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.


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