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I have experienced a similar problem. have you ever linked another Google account (ie Google Voice, G+,...) or anything like Facebook or Hotmail to your Google account? If so try accessing your contacts via that account. when Google was experiencing sync problems in the past I found ALL of my contacts, new, ancient and forgotten had been automatically ...


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Sorry to say this, but there isn't any way to do so as far as I know. What you can do now, is to simply add your Gmail account to sync at-least your old contacts. If your sync is not working properly, then do the following: Check that Internet connection is working properly on your phone, by resetting your mobile internet connection. If above solution ...


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The possibilities for this will definitely vary depending upon the phone model as Android phones differ in hardware and what is affected when the phone is wiped/formatted/overwritten. If the phone is rooted, and/or if a new ROM was flashed to the phone, that will make things yet more uncertain. If it is a Samsung, older model Motorola or older model HTC, ...


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Short answer: a complete copy of your phone over dd can't be done. Explanation: Normally when you access a file, your file system driver will parse the folder hierarchy, translate it to an inode, locate the sector on which the file is stored, the metadata is parsed and the file is read. MTP does things differently: your computer sends a request to the ...


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This functionality has not been implemented in ADB yet. However, there are workarounds that some users have come up with. Check out this thread on XDA Developers for more information on how you can work around this limitation.


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Note: OP already knows the answer but the following info is for those souls who might be troubled with the same issue. Disappointment! CM11 in OnePlus One (be it 44S or 05Q update) doesn't have any provision to get the Contacts and Call logs get backed up and restored using ADB. So unfortunately, the answer is simple: your contacts and call logs were ...


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Personally, I am a Nexus user. But having repaired a friend's international varient S3 before, I do know some things about Samsung. And since you dont have custom recovery, you cannot access /data (the partition where data is stored). So the way I know of will use a custom recovery to backup/restore data. This voids your warranty. I am assuming you already ...


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Yes, there is a way to recover both if your Android phone was synced to your Google account. All you have to do is just sign-in on a new Android phone and all of your data should be redownloaded. In order to see if your photos were backed up, just go to Google Photos and you can view your photos there.


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Rooting is not needed; all you need is a third party application like Dr. Fone. I haven't test this for call logs but I have tried it for recovering a picture. You can try it out too. You can download this software from here - http://androiddatarecovery.co Good Luck



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