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How to Recover deleted Data from ZTE phone

How to Recover deleted Data from ZTE phone

ZTE has made great achievements in the United states. From 1998 into the U.S. market, now has more than 33 million users in the local, it has become the fourth largest brand in the U.S. smartphone market.          

In recent years, with the increasing number of ZTE users, the loss of data received by ZTE users has also increased. Lost data is one of the problems we frequently encounter with mobile phones. The reason for the data loss is usually that we delete data because of the wrong operation, or we format the cell phone if we don't backup the data.        

How to restore ZTE lost data? Once you have problems with mobile phone data loss, the best way is to stop adding new files to your phone. Then download a Android data recovery software. According to many Android users recommend, this software can retrieve any data missing Android mobile phones, such as: address book, contacts, text messages, video, audio recording, documents, calendars, music, etc.. And it is also used in all kinds of Android mobile phones, such as: Samsung, HTC, LG, OPPO, VIVO, SONY, HUAWEI, Motorola, ZTE, and so on.     

The best thing about it is that it's not so complicated, it's very simple, and you can recover the data with a few simple steps. You can download the software free of charge to check if there is any data you want to recover, and then follow the instructions



Ease-to-use helps to recover lost data like photos,musics, video, audio and other media files from almost all of your Android devices, such as HTC, Samsung, Motorola, Sony, LG, Huawei etc.

Step 1: Download and install the free trial version on your computer. Then double click over the icon and open it. Plug your phone into the computer via USB cable.

Step 2: The software won’t detect your Android phone unless you allow it to do so. If USB debugging mode is opened on your phone, you will receive a pop-up message on the phone screen requiring the permission. Otherwise, you have to enable the USB debugging mode so as to move forward. The on-screen instruction from FoneLab will show you how to enable it, depending what Android version your Phone is.

Step 3: Once the connection is complete, you have various file types to choose. Mark the box beside Contacts and click Next.


Step 4: If your Android smart phone has been rooted before, you will get a pop-up message on the screen, you should tap Allow/Grant/Authorize to allow the program get privilege of scanning data from your device. If not, the program will automatically root your phone via installing an app. Click Retry if still no respond.


Step 5: It will take some time for the scanning process. Once it is done, you are allowed to preview the contacts in details with name, phone number, email address, etc. Select those you want to save on the computer and click Recover. The contacts backup file is saved in VCF/CSV/HTML format for different usages.





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