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Help: Recover deleted contacts on One M8


May 12, 2014, 2:14 AM
Yesterday, I flashed an new ROM to my HTC One M8 with CyanogenMod Installer app. I followed the exactly as a tutorial video did. But the process failed at the last step during ROM installation,maybe caused by some network error. When I powered on my device today, all of the data including phone contacts, SMS and media files were gone, like a factory rest.

Does anyone know how to get the data back? Is there any chance to successfully recover it? Thanks

May 12, 2014, 12:56 PM
I will never purchase another HTC product again, ever!

May 14, 2014, 5:33 PM

May 15, 2014, 5:44 AM
Every product I owned from HTC was non operable with in a month. Poor quality control.

May 16, 2014, 2:47 PM
Not in my experience. I also sell a great deal of phones. I have the HTC ONE and its wonderful. My brother has the EVO 4g LTE and his phone works just fine until he dropped it in water. I have sold the HTC Thunderbolt and the EVo and never had complaints like you have. Maybe you are holding it wrong.

May 14, 2014, 10:19 AM
Mistakenly deleted videos, images or any important folder from your Android Phone is a very common mistakes there are many people who faced this same problem and I believe that everyone wants to recover their deleted data. Recovering data is not an easy task as there is no recycle bin feature that computer have. To recover your lost data minimize the use of your phone because keep using the phone will damage you’re the hope of recovery. To get back the lost data you need powerful software. So here you have Android Phone Recovery software that can effectively scan the whole memory of Android phone and retrieve all its data in a secure place and you can reuse it later. See the link below for more information...

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Jul 22, 2014, 12:30 PM
$50 price for software above.

Sep 11, 2014, 5:08 AM
It is inevitable that you may lose some important data like contacts, text messages or others from the phone during the daily use. So it is highly recommend implementing a regular backup plan in order to minimize any chances of permanently losing data.

Anyway, you can still recover the deleted contacts from HTC with the help of a software like : Vibosoft Android SMS+Contacts Recovery . Just try it !

http://www.htc-recovery.com/resources/recover-delete ... »

Aug 25, 2016, 1:49 AM
Have you lost your vital contacts on HTC One X9? Do you want to retrieve your lost contacts? Do not worry; because you can get back your lost data from HTC phone using Android Data Recovery Tool that’s world’s first software of its kind. You might lose contacts from your HTC phone for number of reasons like virus, accidental deletion, card or device damage, stealing, and so on. But with the help of Android Data recovery you can get back any sort of lost, corrupted, or deleted data such as contacts, SMS, call logs, chat history, media files, etc.

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Jul 20, 2017, 11:01 AM
There are many third party recovery apps. Choose an app with good reviews. I'll suggest to use DiskDigger to get your photos back. It scans whole device- including the SD card for deleted files.

Install the app and then follow-
1. Open the app and tap "Refresh List" to populate the screen. Once the screen is populated select the "System" folder.
2. After you have selected the folder tap "Scan Device" and you will see a list of most recent deleted files. Look for the photos you want to recover simply select it and hit save.

Oct 27, 2017, 4:07 AM
Solution 1: recover contacts from sync files.
Solution 2: recover contacts from Android data recovery.
Firstly, check the backup files, if backup already, just import the contacts to the phone. If not, try to find professional data recovery software: MobiKin Doctor. Within a little time, you can get back all the contacts that lost on your phone.

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