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Your notes will be automatically backed up to SD card of your device, unless you turn off 'Auto backup' option. Also you can manually back up notes to SD card. Furthermore, if you sign up for online sync service, the notes will be backed up to the cloud storage as well. Source: http://www.colornote.com/FAQ.html#collapse6 So you can check your SD card ...
If you have the db files then the only way is to root your mobile and copy the corresponding db files to the location(data/data/com.socialnmobile.dictapps.notepad.color.note).
As I know data are not fully deleted from memory after restore. It should be kept for some limited period. It will be fully deleted if other data will overwrite the same memory location. So I think your deleted data must be somewhere in the memory location. I have googled your question, you can check this Answers. As it's not legal to copy paste all ...
i would suggest you to mount your phone and use photorec tool in Ubuntu. last time i did that to recover photos.. and it works (assuming factory reset is as equal as formatting the device)
As I know: factory reset => erase all data. It is good to make a backup.. but sadly the backup is not working all the time and is not working for all applications. I'm sorry dude, you cannot recover your data. You could try at a GSM service... maybe some specialist can do something, but I don't think so.
Each app gets a storage directoy assigned in /data/data/<package_name>1, so in your case that would be /data/data/com.soh. However, without root privileges, you cannot directly access that directory. A possible work-around (for non-rooted devices) would be to create an "ADB backup" of the app (see our adb tag-wiki for details), and then "disassemble" ...
You mean like a Windows Restore Point that is created automatically? Android doesn't have this feature. What is normally done for Android devices is to create a manual backup that can be done using nandroid or a third-party application like Titanium Backup. Then, you restore those back-ups.
I have had issues flashing from an external SD card due to the format of the card. I was unable to detect a card when it was was NTFS. After reformatting as FAT32 there was no issue. So try that, if possible.
In Settings > Contacts > Show all contacts should be disabled which was the case for me but still had same problem. So I enabled "Show all contacts" and exited whatsapp. Launched Whatsapp again and disabled 'Show all contacts' and got the names back again instead of just phone numbers. Hope my experience helps.
I think this will work Though I am not sure if this is a virus...
It appears that the internal SD card is on the same partition as /data (I verified with my GT-I9500 at XXUEMJ9 - 4.3, output below): root@ja3g:/storage/emulated/legacy # df Filesystem Size Used Free Blksize /dev 931.8M 76.0K 931.8M 4096 /mnt/secure 931.8M ...
You will need the Android SDK and your phone's appropriate drivers so you can use Fastboot ADB and pull the files manually. Here's how to get into Fastboot mode: Pull battery and reinsert Hold VOL DOWN, press and release PWR button (continue holding VOL DOWN) You should see a menu with the following options: Fastboot, Recovery, Clear Storage, and Simlock; ...
There is some hope to recover data which was stored on the “internal SD card”. Samsung Galaxy S2 supports USB connection in the mass storage mode (unlike some other more recent models). This mode provides the required block-level access to the partition which holds your media and other files (but not contacts, SMS and app data). Therefore you can connect ...
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