Sometimes it happens with everyone that all the contacts from the mobile suddenly get deleted. In these Contacts we have many such contacts that all the work will stop when they are lost.In this article, I will tell you how to get deleted contacts back. 4 reasons to delete the contacts are common.
The 4 Reasons to Lost or Delete Contacts
Virus AttackOn the Internet, many types of viruses are created and released, which are installed in our mobile as well as any files.This poses a threat to our personal information being stolen.
2. Mobile Restoration
Whenever there is a problem like a virus in mobile, then it is also necessary to mobile restore. When the mobile is restored or the mobile rom is flashed, all the contacts saved in it are also deleted. If you are restoring or flushing your mobile, then make a backup of your contacts and the necessary files.
3. Root Mobile
When you Root your Mobile, then there is a risk of losing your data.There are some advantages and some disadvantages to route mobile. Root what your knowledge is, root your mobile, or even your mobile will go to “Boot-loop”
3. Without any Reason
Sometimes there is an error in mobile for no reason, And the mobile stops and does not turn on again, In such a way, the mobile has to be restored or flashed so that the data gets deleted.
Now I will explain you how you can Restore deleted “Contacts” from your Android Mobile, That to Step-by-Step
- Open the “Contacts” app
- Press on the menu in the top-right corner (three vertical dots)
- “Contacts to display”
- Select “All contacts” if it isn’t already
If “ALL CONTACT” is not selected, Then Right-click on all contacts
If still there is nothing, So Let’s try something else…
First log in with your mobile that Gmail ID, that the user has logged-in before the contact was deleted.
If your Android device is synced with your Google account, the odds of recovering missing contacts are definitively in your favor. Gmail has a nifty feature, that allows you to restore a backup of all your contacts, which can date up to 30 days back. Once you have done this, you can re-sync your device with your Google account and get all your contacts back.
Sidenote: if your contacts are appearing in Gmail but not on your phone, see the steps above and/or try re-syncing your Google accounts completely.
To restore a backup of your Gmail contacts, go to your inbox and select “Contacts” from the drop down menu on your left hand side.
Here you see the list of your contacts (or not), click on “More” to get to the drop down menu, where you need to select the option “Restore contacts”..
Now you will see this pop-up window, From where you can select one of the backups from the last 30 days, After all, click on The Restore Button. If this method worked for you, go ahead and re-sync your Google account on your Android device.
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