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How to Recover Deleted or Lost Sony (Sony Ericsson) Messages

How to Recover Deleted or Lost Sony (Sony Ericsson) Messages

Sony is a forerunner in the field of communication products and information technology, so you can easily find Sony smartphones around you, such as Xperia Acro S, Xperia E The Xperia Go, Xperia J, Xperia neo L, Xperia Sola and so on. Indeed, Sony fans of Android smartphones spread all over the world. However, development of science and technology, can not prevent people make mistakes, of these, the missing of phone messages is the most headache problem for users, more unfortunately, they often do not have a backup before, so you can't imagine that how severe effects it is for daily communication and social contact. Thank god, then, we are going to introduce a method to help you quickly and efficiently recover lost text messages from your Sony (Sony Ericsson) smartphone.

Sony Messages Recovery is the world’s 1st data recovery software for almost all Sony or Sony Ericsson smartphones of Android. This professional recovery program allows you directly retrieve your deleted or lost text messages which lost due to deleting, restoring factory settings, flashing ROM, rooting, etc., from Sony or Sony Ericsson Android devices or the SD cards inside it. In addition, you can preview and selectively recover your messages before recovery without personal info leaking.

Next, please follow the tutorial below and try to recover lost messages from your device, first of all, you need to free download the trial version by clicking the Windows or Mac button.

4 Simple Steps Recover Messages from a Sony (Sony Ericsson) Device

Step 1: Launch the software and create connection

After download and install the program, launch it on you computer, then connect your Sony (Sony Ericsson) smartphone to computer with a USB cable.

Step 2: Enable USB debugging you Sony cell phone

Once your device has successfully connected, the program will automatically turn to next interface, now, a window will pop up if you didn’t enable USB debugging on your device. What you need to do is following the detailed expression in the window to set it.
1)    For Android 2.3 or earlier

2)    For Android 3.0 to 4.1

3)    For Android 4.2 or newer

If you have enabled USB debugging on your device before, you can skip this step.

Step 3: Analysis and scan lost text messages from Sony phone

If you get the USB debugging done, you can click the "Start" button to start to analyze your phone's data. If your device is not rooted before, the program will directly scan it after the analysis.

If you rooted your device before, you need to allow the program Superuser authorization on the screen of your device. Just click "Allow" when the message pops out on your device’s screen. Then back to your computer, and click "Start" on the program's screen to scan your device.

Please make sure that your phone battery is more than 20% charged before scanning. Besides, if the scanning program is still disable, click the “Allow” button again until it is enable. Keep in mind, don’t disconnect your device during the scan, or the scan will fail.

Step 4: Preview and recover messages on Sony (Sony Ericsson) phone

When the scan is finished, you'll get a scan result where all recoverable data found on your Sony (Sony Ericsson) phone are presented. You can preview all text messages one by one. Then choose whatever you want and click “Recover” to save them on your computer with one click.

All text messages found in the scan result contain those you deleted recently (displayed in orange) and those existing on your Android phone (displayed in black). If you just want to display the deleted contents, you can using the “Only display deleted items” button above.

More about Sony Messages Recovery

Sony Messages Recovery is an all-in-one data recovery software for Android smartphones and tablets. It provides a professional and effectively recovery of deleted or lost SMS text messages, contacts, photos, video, audio and documents from no only Sony(Sony Ericsson), but also Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, and so forth.

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