Losing your contacts is like losing the whole purpose of your phone. Nobody remembers phone numbers by heart these days. It’s all on our phones and we would never be able to make it out of a terrible situation if we didn’t have the numbers of our loved ones with us. So if you ever deleted a contact or lost all your contacts while switching phones fear not, we have a way for you to recover deleted contacts on Android.
There’s a really cool feature Gmail offers which can restore all your lost contacts in a matter of seconds. Gmail syncs all your contacts stored on your Android phone, so you don’t need to worry about losing your precious contacts in case of an incident. It’s convenient and simple. We’ll take you through some easy steps to recover deleted contacts on Android.
Recover Deleted Contacts on Android – by Gmail
- First, you need to log in to your Gmail account on your web browser
- Select the Options icon displayed on the top of the screen
- Select the Contacts button from the drop-down menu
- This will show all the contacts that were synced with Google. Click on more from here.
- Now click on ‘Restore Contacts’
- You will be offered a list of options of how much you want to rewind back to. Max is 30 days
- Choose an option and click on Restore. You will get all your lost contacts back
Recover Deleted Contacts on Android – by other methods
If you hadn’t set up your phone using a Gmail account or your accounts weren’t synced with Gmail, then here are some other ways for you to try:
- Recovery Android is a third party app which pulls data from your phone’s storage and recovers all lost contacts
- You can also try looking into the settings of your contacts on your phone. Make sure you set it to Contacts Display > All Contacts
- Do some research on your Phone’s version and check your phone’s contacts database file
Let us know if any of these methods worked for you to recover deleted contacts on Android!