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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.
You could try booting into fastboot mode, and then use fastboot -w. This command wipes userdata and cache, and thus should be equivalent to a factory-reset. For more information, there's a List of fastboot commands, and of course our fastboot tag-wiki.
Is that an Exchange email? Then YES, removing it will trigger a Factory Reset. This is standard operating procedure, for security purposes (of the company). As dotVezz said, you should back-up all your data (pictures, documents, downloaded files, etc). To back-up your apps and its data, you can use Titanium Backup; needs ROOT. Just to be on the safe side, ...
I think this will work Though I am not sure if this is a virus...
yes. going into recovery, (normally by booting your phone while holding volume up and power button) should do the trick. while in recovery, you should see something like factory reset. use your volume rockers to go down the menu until that option is highlighted, then press the power button to select it. hope this helps --Daniel
As John states in his answer, a factory-reset is sufficient in most cases. I doubt a service technician would take the effort required to restore the data from your storage – though it's definitely possible. What John had in mind, however, is true: If flash storage is really wiped, all data is gone from it. It would take a highly specialized forensics ...
Unlike standard hard drives, once flash storage is erased, it is gone. All Android devices (at least to my knowledge) should have flash storage. If you delete something, it would be next to impossible to recover it. A factory reset will erase all of your user data unless the device is rooted and you stored it somewhere else. If the device is running stock ...
Google Play was formerly Android Market. Your phone would originally have had Android Market (I am assuming its an old one, probably Gingerbread). When you did a factory reset all the updates were reverted back included on Android Market (aka Google Play). Android Market automatically updates itself so give it some time and it should update itself to Google ...
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