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Just login to your Google account and all data will be automatically imported includng your history, bookmarks, extensions etc.


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You might have a chance via a custom recovery: boot into recovery-mode and see if adb devices shows your device if not, or if you have no custom recovery, you can "temporarily load one" using fastboot boot recovery.img (this is not guaranteed to work with all combinations, but I had luck with this using twrp on several devices) if it shows up, use adb ...


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If the data was not encrypted and not over written, it is technically possible to recover the data using (linux) data recovery tools. It will require a root shell, it can be the one of your main system, one from the recovery system or one from a volatile system you would load from a computer using fastboot binary. You may want to check if you didn't just ...


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Call your provider. They have support teams whose entire purpose is to find lost phones.


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You can access your data trough TWRP. In case you don't have that installed, try re-flashing your current rom via fastboot or stock recovery.


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Well, you can connect your mobile to your computer via ADB (Android Debug Bridge) and easily copy all your stuff to your computer.To do this, just: Boot into recovery mode by holding the Power & Volume Up buttons on your phone. (if Volume Up doesn't work, try Volume Down and if there are other hardware keys try them too). Now connect your mobile to ...


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Well you can recover the data by following 3 methods. Recover Deleted WhatsApp Data from Android without Backup Recover Deleted Whatsapp Data in Android from Backup Copy Retrieve Old WhatsApp Chat History from Android (a week ago) Find all steps for all three points at below link. Here : Recover Deleted Whatsapp Data


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No, this is not really possible for an end-user. If the phone won't turn at all then the only way to recover data is to access the storage chip directly, using something like a JTAG setup. Of course, it's possible that repairs might be possible (or moving the chip to another device), but it's impossible to say without more detail.


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Much more easier now restore a TWRP NANDROID from Titanium Backup (there's a new option there called "Extract from Nandroid Backup" > After that you restore using "only the data" of the apps and not the entire backuped ROM.. It may work on the same version of rom. I don't know if migrating from 5.0 to 6.0 would cause some bugs. But you can try as it works in ...


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Most of the answers have become a bit dated so here is an update: Nandroid Manager doesn't seem to be developed any more and doesn't work reliably with the latest versions of Android anymore. But it's worth a try. In my case, about half of my apps were successfully restored and for most of the ones where "restore app + data" failed, "restore data" alone ...



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