Today almost everyone gets a lot of unwanted or undesired messaged that's may be spam, promotion or something else but something while deleting them you also delete your important messages also which may cause you a loss in terms of data or information. So in this post, i will show you how to recover deleted messages from Android device.
Steps To Recover Deleted Messages using TunesBro DiskLab
TunesBro DiskLab is an extremely capable and efficient program to recover deleted messages within few clicks. Not only that, TunesBro Disklab also helps to recover others types of deleted data such as photos, music, videos, WhatsApp chat history, browsing history, contacts, messages, etc. It is an all in one single solution to all Android data recovery issue.
Features of TunesBro DiskLab:
- Recover deleted data and documents with just a few clicks of your mouse.
- Restore deleted files and folders after factory reset.
- Recover deleted and lost data after failed system update or system crash.
- Recover almost all kind of files including messages, contacts, calendars, photos, music, videos, and notes and so on.
- Supported in over 2000+ mobile phones brands including Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, etc.
- Dedicated lifetime free support.
Step 1: Download and install TunesBro DiskLab on your PC. I have done through various softwares like WonderShare Dr. Fone, Coolmuster Lab Fone and Jihosoft Mobile Recovery.
Step 2: Now connect your Android device and enable usb debugging, Setting > Developer Options > USB Debugging.
Step 3: Open installed TunesBro DiskLab on your PC which is installed in Step 1.
Step 4: Select your device and then click on 'Start Scan'.
Step 5: After finishing scanning it will show all deleted files and folder from your Android device.
Step 6: Now click on 'Messages' tab in the left side/bar.
Step 7: Select all the messages that you want to restore and click on “Recover” from the bottom right corner of the program.
That’s it. You may now locate the output folder where you saved all the deleted messages to retrieve them back on your smartphone.