Posted by Aimee , Nov 26, 2020
"The newer version of Line has added the 'True Delete' function, which will make the deleted data irretrievable. My problem is that I accidentally used True Delete to delete all chat logs with my girlfriend. This is ridiculous. All Line data such as messages, call history, photos and videos are gone. They are important to me. Please help."
Line is a popular instant messaging application that has changed the way people communicate. Users can send voice, video, SMS, pictures, and location information to others for free. When accidentally deleted or lost the chat history in Line, this is annoying. The Line app does not retain the deleted content. Using "True Delete" will even cause the deleted data to be overwritten with zero byte data. Restoring these Line chat history will become a tricky thing. Are there other remedial measures? The answer is yes. Read this article to learn how to retrieve Line messages on Android devices.
As mentioned in a recent article about recovering Instagram photos, RecoveryTool Android Data Recovery can be used for data recovery in social applications. The Line data recovery tool may be powerless for the data that has been overwritten, but the uncovered data is still worth a try.
1. Android Line users can download this data recovery software to the computer first. After installation, run this Line data recovery program and select "Android Data Recovery" mode. It will retrieve data from internal memory and SD card.
2. Connect the Android phone or tablet to the computer via the original USB cable. When the program recognizes your device, you will need to enable USB debugging mode on Android.
3. After selecting "Messages", follow the instructions on the software interface to perform the operation of scanning Android devices.
4. Preview the found Line message, and then select the content to be restored. Tap "Recover" to retrieve them.
With RecoveryTool's solution, you can easily recover Line messages. In addition, you can also use it to recover data from broken devices.