Recover Your Messages on Android

It can be a big problem if you accidentally delete some of your important messages from your phone. They could be of anything, may even be useless. But what if they are critical. Well, here is our review; you can recover them.

Yes, you can recover the deleted messages on your android phone.

Before going into the process, you must be aware of some things after deleting the message.

  • Don’t use your phone afterwards, don’t install any app, download any data from the internet or even don’t surf the web.
  • Don’t TURN OFF your phone.

Now, why these things must be kept in mind?

Well, when you delete a message from your phone, your phone does not remove it permanently from your phone. It moves it from the user files to a folder of unused file, which might be hidden. Over time, when the phone requires memory, it destroys or overwrites the files in that unused folder to get more mind. So, when we download any data, it might occur to the system that memory is needed and that unused data might be deleted. Same goes for Turn off process, it clears those unused files, making the phone fresh for use.

So, even if we keep those things in mind,

How would we recover the messages?

Well, in this case, you cannot do anything manually. This means you have to depend on some of the application. Download a message recovery application on your computer or phone and follow the process. The process might differ for a PC and when going for the phone. But the final result is the desired one. You will get the copy of your messages instantly, and then you can save them properly.

The Bottom Line

It is good that we have some message recovery app but remember, manual recovering is the best. Make sure to back up your important messages, and you don’t have to go through the process. Same kind of processes go when retrieving deleted imessages on iphone.

Jack
Written by Jack
Jack Bauer is a freelance writer and an academician. He is a graduate of Communication and Media Arts and he owns a publishing company in New York City.