Today, this article will tell how to recover data from a Samsung Galaxy Note device when you mistakenly delete photos from Samsung Galaxy note smartphone or when you accidentally format Samsung Galaxy tablet. Or if you are unable to read data from Samsung Galaxy note Android phone memory card, files are still recoverable by relying on a data recovery program. Generally speaking, you are able to restore files from Samsung Galaxy note when you face data loss problem due to deleting, formatting, data inaccessible, not formatted error, RAW file system, etc.
Step1. Free download and install iCare Data Recovery on your computer. Launch the software and select a proper scan mode.
Step2. Choose the Samsung Galaxy note device and then wait the software to scan it to search lost files.
Step3. Preview files after scanning and then save the lost files to another media.
Everybody has ever deleted pictures, videos, music, etc from a smartphone or tablet, so it is a quite common reason for data loss after deleting files from Samsung Galaxy Note. Files are recoverable as long as you do not write even a single file to the Samsung Galaxy Note phone or tablet.
It is also common reason for Samsung Galaxy note data loss after formatting. Formatting will erase the device whether you quick format or complete format it by mistake or on purpose, but you have a chance to unformat the Samsung Galaxy note by connecting to your computer that runs Windows operating system.
Samsung Galaxy note runs Android operating system. You can connect a Samsung Galaxy note device to a Widows computer for data backup, storage, transferring, etc, but sometimes Windows OS might fail to recognize the Samsung Galaxy Note.
Samsung Galaxy Note is a series of smart devices including smartphone and tablet that run Android operating system. Nowadays, both Samsung Galaxy note mobile phone and tablet are welcomed by many people due to its fashionable design and unique features. Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone include Samsung Galaxy Note 2, 3, 4, 5, Edge. Samsung Galaxy note tablets include Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, 10.1 and Samsung Galaxy Note Pro.
Are you smartphone user that own a Samsung Galaxy Note Android phone? If you lose any data from Samsung Galaxy note mobile phone due to any reason, you can use iCare Data Recovery to restore lost files. Generally speaking, iCare Data Recovery enables you to resolve various kinds of data loss problem in following situations:
Data Recovery Samsung Galaxy Note 2
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was released on August 30, 2012, which is the second-generation Android phone developed by Samsung Electronics. Samsung Galaxy Note 2 runs Android 4.3 operating system with 2GB RAM as well as 16GB / 32GB ROM. Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has large screen, with which you can enjoy a better visual perception. Therefore, it is a good experience to watch a movie or take some photos by using Samsung Galaxy Note 2. You can save all kinds of data to Samsung Galaxy Note 2 inter memory or memory card, but you should be careful to avoid data loss due to different reasons like deleting, formatting or more.
Photo Recovery Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the third-generation smartphone, which was released by Samsung Electronics on September 4, 2013. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 features its full HD screen and outstanding design. Samsung Galaxy Note 3 runs Android 4.3 OS with 3GB RAM. The ROM of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. However, you may be feel upset if some important data got lost when you attempt to share precious photos from your Samsung Galaxy Note 3, in which situation you can run iCare Data Recovery to restore lost images like BMP, JPEG, GIF, PNG, RAW, etc.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Video Recovery
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was released on September 3, 2014 by Samsung Electronics. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 integrates with advanced S pen and amazing visual experience. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has more features than Note 2 and Note 3. It allows users to manage several applications on one screen at the same time. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 runs Android 4.4 operating system with 3GB of RAM. iCare Data Recovery is able to recover videos (MP4, 3GP, MPEG, MOV, AVI, etc) and other types of files from Samsung Galaxy Note 4 after deleting, formatting, etc.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 File Restore
Samsung Electronics announced the release of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 on August 13, 2015. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has 4GB RAM and 32 / 16 GB ROM. You may store a large number of data on Samsung Galaxy Note 5 without any backup, in which situation it will become a headache when you mistakenly delete files from Samsung Galaxy Note 5 or when data gets lost due to other reasons.
Do you use a Samsung Galaxy Note Tablet such as Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and Samsung Galaxy Note Pro? iCare Data Recovery is also available for Samsung Galaxy Note tablet data recovery no matter you mistakenly reformat, delete files or Samsung Galaxy note tablet says you are unable to access data.
Samsung Galaxy note tablet overview
Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0
Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 was released on February 24, 2013. It runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS with 2GB RAM. Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 supports WiFi, 3G & WiFi and 4G network.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
On August 10, 2012, Samsung Electronics released Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. It is a tablet computer, which runs Android 4.1.2 operating system.
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro is a new generation of tablet computers released by Samsung Electronics. It is tablet computer running Android OS.
Every Samsung Galaxy product has its own features, but one thing you have to face is that data stored on any Samsung Galaxy note device might be lost due to many reasons. iCare Data Recovery is Samsung Galaxy note software that supports all Samsung Galaxy note devices when you lose data. This data recovery software is a Windows-based program that is compatible with Windows OS like Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 7, 8, 10 and Windows 2000, 2003, 2012, etc. Therefore, you can connect your Samsung Galaxy note smartphone or tablet to a Windows PC to perform data recovery.