In the digital world, people are very concerned about their data and want to be secured, but what if one accidentally delete some important data from their device. However, with modern technology, comes modern challenges. Also Read: Atmanirbhar Bharat: Paytm decides to rival Google with its Android Mini App Store for Indian developers
Sometimes, it may happen that people may accidentally delete contacts on their android phone. But if they are using Google Contacts, there is still hope to get them back. Within 30 days of losing contacts, Android users can restore them if they are using Google Contacts. Also Read: Google is going green: World’s 1st major company to eliminate ‘Carbon Legacy’, aims to operate on ’24/7 Carbon-Free Energy by 2030′
Here’s how you can restore deleted contacts in Google Contacts
- Go to Google Contacts in your browser.
- Click the ‘gear icon’ near your profile picture.
- You will find this on the top right of your screen.
- Two options will pop up.
- Select Undo changes.
- Choose the right time frame, i.e when you would want to restore the changes.
- Select your preferred option from the list.
- Now, click your restore button.
The Google support page says that the contacts which have been deleted can be restored within 30 days from Google Account. Meanwhile, contacts Deleted from Sim card or Device memory will not be recovered. Additionally, contacts can’t be recovered from a device memory or Sim card when they are synced with native Contacts. Contacts can be restored from other Android Device / Account from the last time they Synced in Contacts. Also Read: ‘Do Not Compromise On Performance’ Best laptops under 50000
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