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How to restore lost/deleted WhatsApp message from Sony devices

How to restore lost/deleted WhatsApp message from Sony devices

Summary:Accidentally delete the whatapp message? Accidentally deleted the contact? Accidentally delete the message? Don't worry, all the data you delete, Android data recovery can help you recover.

Many times, we all communicate with others through WhatsApp message/message/contacts, because a lot of valuable information is stored in WhatsApp/message/contacts. But many times we lose these data for a variety of reasons, such as:
1.  accidentally delete the data or uncarefully uninstall the WhatsApp
2.  upgrade system
3.  virus infection
4.  root
5.  formatting
6.  restore factory setting

No matter which reason you have lost the data, please don't panic. First, you can check the backup. If there is, then recover from the backup data. If there is no backup, you are advised to have the habit of backup later. If without backup, I strongly recommend that you use Android data recovery to restore WhatsApp message/message/contacts, which can help you recover these data safely and quickly.

Android data recovery----The leader of the data recovery

Android data recovery is a very professional software for restoring data. In addition to restoring WhatsApp message/message/contacts, it can also restore photos, videos, audio, recording, music, call records and so on. The following is a more detailed introduction to Android data recovery:

Applicable Android mobile phones: HUAWEI, Samsung, Motorola, ZTE, SONY, vivo, oppo, LG, one plus, Google pixel and so on.

The application of mobile phone exceptions: lock screen, broken screen, black screen, can not enter the mobile phone system,etc..It can help you unlock and restore the phone data.

How to Recover lost WhatsApp message from SONY devices

Step 1.Connect Sony device to Computer

Firstly please download Android Data Recovery,then launch it on your computer,run it and connect Sony device to PC using an USB.


Step 2.Open the USB Debugging on Sony device

Here is the right methods to open USB debugging on android steps:

1) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter “Settings”> Click “About Phone” > Tap “Build number” for several times until getting a note “You are under developer mode” > Back to “Settings” > Click “Developer options”> Check “USB debugging”

2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter “Settings” > Click “Developer options”> Check “USB debugging”

3) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter “Settings”> Click “Applications” > Click “Development”> Check “USB debugging”

4)For Android 5.0 or newer: Tap “Settings” > “About Phone” to tap “Build number” seven times for “You are now a developer!” signal.Then,move to “Settings” > “Developer options” to turn on “USB debugging”

Tips: For android that base on Android 7.0/6.0 or above,just click OK on your phone to allow USB debugging,so the program can detect the phone.


Step 3.Select File Types You want to Recover from Sony

The debugging process will enable easily detect your Sony.Once your device is detected,the program will scan the device for all data,you need to select the files types from category,for example "Gallery", "Contacts", "Messages",Then click the "Next" button.

It will has a prompt on your phone as follow,tap "Allow" and permit the program to scan and analyze the selected files on your phone.


Step 4. Scan Sony devices

Begin to scan and analyze data stored on your Sony phone.


Step 5.Preview and Retrieve Lost Data from Sony device

Once the scanning is completed,all data will be displayed in the list,including Media files: Gallery, Picture Library, Videos, Audio, Documents, App data; and text files: Contacts, Messages, Message Attachments, Call logs, WhatsApp & WhatsApp Attachments.Please select the file you want to recover and preview them in details.In the last step,just select the data you wanna recover and click "Recover" to save on computer.

Recover Deleted Photos from Sony devices

 In the scanning results,to recover Sony photos and gallerys,please click "Gallery" and "Picture Library" item in the left of the classification to preview all the recoverable photos one by one,and then you can select out those missing photos you want quickly. "Only display deleted items"option to list the deleted files only. Finally, you can click "Recover" button to recover Sony photos and save them on computer.

Selectively Recover Contacts on Sony device

 The Android data recovery will scan your GS8 device. When scan is done, check "Contacts" to preview contacts in details,including Contact Name, Phone Number, Email,etc. Then mark which lost contacts or all contacts you want and click "Recover" to recover missing contacts back from your Sony device,and all retrieved contacts will be saved on the computer as VCF, CSV or HTML for your use.

Recover Text Messages from Sony device

 When scan is complete, you can preview all deleted text messages before recovering. Check "Messages" item to preview them one by one. You can read all conversations in the window, including name, date, contents, and time. After that, you can select the lost SMS on Sony and recover them by click "Recover" button,only few seconeds,all of your SMS deleted will by extracted and saved on the computer as CSV, HTML format and attached images.

Regardless of whether you accidentally lost data from Sony due to factory reset or other reasons,you need to have the safe and efficient way to get them back without any data loss,the Android Data Recovery is your best accessibility which used for data recovery.In additional,it allows you extract and recover lost data from broken Android devices with broken screen,black screen or other damaged situation.In additional,to avoding data lost or deleted on your Android  phone or tablet,we recommend you backup data and restore to Sony after factory reset with a Android data backup tool,which not only supports backup and restore contacts,sms,photos and more from Sony on computer,but also enables you directly transfer data between iPhone and Android without data loss.


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