Audio functions are indispensable for all smartphones. Music is a feast for our ears, while a voice recorder can conveniently record a speech or precious memory. In addition, many handsets allow users to record phone calls. All these voices are saved on mobile phone in various formats. It would be too bad if you delete them by mistake, but lucky for you if you find this tutorial, from which you’ll learn to recover songs, voice memos, call recordings, ringtones and more audio files on Samsung as well as other Android device.
Part 1. Difficulties of Samsung Audio Recovery
It is possible to retrieve deleted data and files from Android phone with Android data recovery tools as long as they are not overwritten. However, for Samsung audio recovery, there is another obstruction.
Audio files have different formats in Samsung device. In most Samsung devices, MP3 is the most common format for songs, M4A for voice recordings, AMR for call recordings and OGG for ringtones. Therefore, we have to find an Android data recovery tool that supports these formats. Here we are going to introduce a perfect Samsung audio recovery tool.
Part 2. How to Recover Deleted Audio Files on Samsung
iReparo Android Data Recovery is a professional data recovery tool, with which you can retrieve deleted audio, photo, contact, WhatsApp, message and more data from Samsung, HTC, Sony and other Android devices. It supports almost all audio formats that can be played on mobile device and PC, including MP3, WAV, AIFF, MID, M4A, AU, OGG, WMA, AAC, RA, AMR, ACD, CAF, APE, RIFF. To restore deleted audio files, please install it on your computer and follow steps below.
Step1. Run iReparo Android Data Recovery. Then click Multimedia.
Step2. If you know the possible formats of your deleted audio files, check those formats only. You can also leave all formats checked. Then click Next.
Step3. Connect your Samsung phone to computer and follow onscreen instruction to let the program recognize your device. Then click Start to scan your device.
Step5. Preview and listen to your deleted Samsung music, voice memos or call recordings when scanning is done.
Step6. Check the voice files that you need and click Recover button to undelete Samsung audios.
A window will pop up and guide you to the exported folder. Your audio files are in Musics subfolder.