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    NOTE: To learn how you can perform a backup on the Samsung Galaxy S Duos 3, follow this link for a full guide.

    Restore Application Data:

    1. Sign in with the Google account used for backing up your app data
    2. Go to the “Settings” menu
    3. Under “User and Backup” tap “Accounts” and select “Google”
    4. Tap our “email address” at the top of the screen
    5. Tap “Sync all”
    6. Press “Back” and from the “User and Backup” menu tap “Backup and reset”
    7. Enable the “Automatic restore” and “Back up my data” options

    Restore Contacts

    Restore Contacts from a Samsung or Google Account:

    1. Sign in with the Samsung or Google account used for the initial contact backup
    2. Tap “Apps” and go to “Settings”
    3. Under “User and Backup” tap “Accounts”
    4. Select “Samsung” or “Google” depending on the type of account you want to use for the initial backup
    5. Tap your “email address” at the top of the screen
    6. Check the “Sync Contacts” box and tap “Sync now”

    Restore Contacts from an SD Card:

    1. Launch the “Contacts” application
    2. Access the “Contacts” tab and press “Menu”
    3. Go to “Settings” > “Contacts” and tap “Import / Export”
    4. Tap “Import from SD card”
    5. Select the account you wish to use for restoring your contacts

    Restore Media Files

    From the Phone’s Storage:

    1. Launch “My Files” from the apps drawer
    2. Tap “All files” > “SD card”
    3. Press “Menu” > “Select” and mark the check boxes associated with the files you want to restore
    4. Tap “Menu” again and select “Move” > “Device Storage”
    5. Navigate to where you wish to restore the files
    6. Tap “Move here” or alternatively, tap the folder name or tap “Create folder” to restore the files to a different location

    Restore Media Files from a Windows PC:

    1. Connect your Galaxy S Duos 3 to your computer via USB
    2. Swipe the “Status” bar down and tap “Connected as a media device”
    3. Enable “Media device (MTP)” and from the AutoPlay window on the computer, click “Open device to view files"
    4. Launch a second Windows Explorer window and locate the files backed up on your computer
    5. Copy the desired files and transfer them back on your phone storage, or the “Card” directory (assuming you have an SD card installed)
    6. After the transfer is done, click “Mass storage device” in the system tray, eject the phone storage and disconnect the device from the computer

    Restore Media Files from a Mac Computer:

    1. Connect your Samsung device to your Mac computer
    2. Swipe the status bar down and tap “Connected as a media device”
    3. Enable "Media device”
    4. Open Kies on the Mac and access the “Back up / Restore” tab
    5. From the “Restore” tab, enable the “Music” and “Photo” folders. (Optionally / alternatively click “Select all items”
    6. Click “Restore” when you’re ready to commence the transfer. Once done, drag the phone’s virtual drive into the “Eject / Trash” bin and safely disconnect the phone from the Mac

    See More: Samsung Galaxy S Duos 3: Restore Personal Data

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    windows_28 is offline


    Re: Samsung Galaxy S Duos 3: Restore Personal Data

    thanks for this very good idea sir

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    donatas25 is offline
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    Re: Samsung Galaxy S Duos 3: Restore Personal Data

    Also here is a way to restore personal data even you had deleted them.

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