There is no trash can to restore deleted messages in Android phones.
However, you can recover the message by adopting some tricks.
You can use recovery software to recover messages.
New Delhi. These days, even though we use WhatsApp the most to send messages, we still get important messages through text messages. Whether it is a bank transaction or someone’s contact number, but sometimes we delete some important text messages by mistake or in a hurry. Since there is no trash can or temporary storage to restore deleted messages in Android phones, as soon as you delete a message, it gets deleted from your device.
Although you can try to recover deleted messages by adopting some tricks, but these options are limited. That’s why you may not be able to recover your deleted messages, so let us now tell you how you can recover your deleted messages.
How to Recover Deleted Messages Using Recover Software
Stop using the phone as soon as you know that your text has been deleted. Since everything you do can corrupt a deleted text message, put the phone on or in airplane mode mode. In this case it is better to turn off the phone. Install a data recovery program and check if it can recover your messages.
How to Recover Deleted Messages from Google Backup
Many Android phones are configured to automatically back up to Google Drive. If your phone makes automatic Google backup, then you can recover your deleted messages with the help of Google Backup.
It is worth noting that this is a nuclear option. For this you have to reset the phone to its original factory settings and then recover the entire backup. This process takes a lot of time. This may result in loss of other data created after the backup you are restoring.
Other ways to recover messages
Apart from this, you can contact the person to whom you have sent the message or received the message. You can ask the contact to share the deleted message again. Also check for apps that automatically captured important aspects of text messages. For example, photos and videos may be automatically downloaded to your gallery.