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My not-so-great solution ended up like this: ClockWorkMod, installed with Odin according to the instructions (Odin seems to be slightly un-official so you're unfortunately always downloading from someone's Box or google drive, which is a bit uncomfortable) ADB shell, (on PC: install java SDK, install android development kit) Mount the SD card with CWM In ...
Internal memory is tricky as you need to be able to read the smasung galaxy internal memory, here's a guide you I found for you: samsung galaxy data recovery
Open gmail from a computer and go to the contacts page, it might be stored there
If you have your sasmung account setup, you can track, lock and wipe your phone from the samsung website. This is the one : Samsung Phone Locator But remember, this would need you to have setup the Samsung account already.
It depends on what application you record your voice with. But maybe it save the voices in a folder which is hidden. (the folders which have dots at the first of their names.)
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