It’s common to see LG users complain about accidental data deletion from LG phones. If you’re unfortunate enough to be one of them, read the following tutorial to learn how to recover photos, messages, contacts from LG.
A trustworthy data recovery tool for LG data recovery
First of all, you need a powerful data recovery tool that supports recovering data from the latest LG G3, G2 Mini, G2, G Flex, LG G Pad 10.1 and 8.3 as well as LG Optimus series. Here I humbly recommend Android Data Recovery, which supports recovering contacts/call histories/text messages/photos/videos from multiple smart phones and tablets such as Samsung, Sony, HTC, Motorola, etc.
Note: If you want to retrieve other files like documents, audios, emails, apps, archives, etc. or your Android devices can’t be well-connected to PC, you’d better try the Pro version of Android Data Recovery: Android Data Recovery Pro (supports Wi-Fi connection).
How to retrieve photos, messages, contacts from LG G3, G2, G Flex, G Pad 10.1, etc.
Download Android Data Recovery to PC and run it after installation.
Step 1: Connect your LG G3, G2, G Flex, G Pad 10.1, etc. to PC via a USB cable and follow the prompts on the Android Data Recovery’s primary interface to enable USB debugging and turn on USB storage.
Step 2: Click “Start” to initiate the tool to scan deleted photos, contacts, messages, videos and call histories on your LG phone/tablet.
Step 3: After scanning, you’ll be able to preview all scanned files in category as the picture shows. Select desired files that you want to recover and click “Recover”.
In a while, all your selected photos, videos or contacts will be recovered to a certain folder (either by default or specified by you) on PC. FYI, if PC can’t recognize your LG devices at the very beginning of the whole process, check what to do if computer doesn’t recognize Android phone for reference.
Optional: LG G3 vs. Google Nexus 6 vs. HTC One M8
As the long-waited 2014 smart phones, LG G3, Google Nexus 6 and HTC One M8 stand out with their own extraordinary features. To help you make a quick decision on which one to buy, I made the following table for your reference.
|Phone BrandCategory||LG G3||Google Nexus 6||HTC One M8|
|Size||5.5 inches||5.96 inches||5.0 inches|
|Resolution||QHD screen2560×1440 pixels||HD AMOLED screen2560×1440 pixels||Quad screen1080×1920 pixels|
|Polycarbonate build and faux metal||Metal chassis||Metal chassis with a rounded back|
|2.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor||2.7 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor||2.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor|
|3 GB of RAM and an internal, non-expandable memory of 32 GB and 64 GBSupport micro SD (up to 128 GB)||3 GB of RAM and an internal, non-expandable memory of 32 GB and 64 GBNOT support mircoSD cards||2 GB of RAM and memory of 16 GB;3 GB of RAM and memory of 32 GB|
|Android 4.4.2 KitKat||Android Lollipop||Android 4.4.2 KitKat|
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