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It does not matter which type of smartphone you are carrying, backup is a very important factor for any device. Taking backup is like preparing yourself for a contingency plan in case you lose your device or deleted some important data accidentally. Nothing much can be done in case you have lost your device, but there’s still a decent chance to restore the data you have deleted accidentally.

Think of a situation you haven’t took any backup of your contacts and your nephew who visited your house deleted some important contacts unknowingly. Don’t you feel the situation extremely haunting? So do I. In case this happened to you, just sit back and relax as today at GizmoStorm we are here with How To Recover Lost Contacts From Android Phone easily.

Before We Begin, You Need:

  1. MobiKin Doctor for Android installed on your Desktop or Mac.
  2. A Rooted Android device to get back lost contacts from Android.

How To Recover Deleted Contacts From Android Phone :

Step 1: Done with installing MobiKin Doctor for Android? If yes, open the app from the application folder or Launchpad. It’ll ask you to connect your Android with your Mac/PC.

Make sure you have turned on USB Debugging. To do so head over to Settings-> Developer Options-> USB Debugging.

Recover Deleted Contacts From Android Phone

Step 2: Connect your Android with your Mac/PC via USB cable and press Refresh button.

Step 3: Your Android Phone will ask to Grant Root Access. Allow it.  As soon as you’ll allow root access, all the deleted contacts will appear magically on your Mac/PC screen.

Recover Deleted Contacts From Android Phone

Step 4: Deleted Contacts will be marked as Red. Press the Recover Button on top to get back lost contacts from Android.

Recover Deleted Contacts From Android Phone

That’s it, you are all set to recover deleted contacts from android phone. Facing any problem? Do let us know through the comment section provided below or you can connect with the support team at:


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