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The bookmarks would be synced to Google servers if the browser is signed in. Then try clearing the cache of the app. Uninstall any updates to the app to see if that's causing the issue. If it still crashes, clear the app data, but if the bookmarks aren't synced they'll be erased
Yes，you can use Android data recovery software to recover data from Samsung Galaxy Tab after resetting. In fact, you can try to use them, most of them have trial versions. I ever used one of them(called Tenorshare Android Data Recovery which can recover contacts, photos, sms and videos from Android devices. BTW,if you want to recove data from Samsung Tab, ...
I had this happen and took it to be fixed. The guy changed a chip on the motherboard. Said the fix was hitand miss. It worked. All the data and apps are gone though. Hope this helps.
Firstly, data on your SD card will not be erased. Then there's a chance, that your contacts are already backed up on Google's servers, so you don't loose them either. I don't know if the app will help. Harddrives don't delete anything, they just stop indexing the files and then rewrite the sector with new files, but (I'm not 100% sure) I don't think you can ...
I made a tool do help even the most the computer illiterate person recover their files using this method. You will, however need to follow the instructions in the article if you have not set up ADB. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=51822116
Here's a couple of things that might help, A regular factory reset does not wipe the sdcard partition. Things such as pictures and whatsapp messages should be restorable when you just install the relevant apps again. If you are a Gmail user, just sign in again and it will automatically resync. If you are using a corporate email account or general mail app, ...
It is possible to retrieve your contacts as google may have backed it up. Just add your google account to the phone and when sync is enabled the contacts will be back. But SMS and Call Logs may not restored. Also from now on use any app to backup contacts, SMS, call logs etc. You can use Super Backup from Play Store.
Your assumption that Contacts, SMS and Call Logs are automatically saved to the SD Card was incorrect. They are indeed stored on the internal memory of the device. /data/data/com.android.providers.contacts/ is the most likely storage location. That can change though, depending on Android OS version, manufacturer/carrier modifications, or even 3rd-party apps ...
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