You seem to have changed your old mobile, and looking for a guide on how do I recover my contacts from Google Drive?
Recovering your contacts from your Google drive or account isn’t a complicated job if you know the proper steps to get back all of them within a few clicks.
This post will show you the step-by-step process of getting all your deleted or lost contacts from your Google account!
Since the guide is going to be a practical post with example images, it would be easier to understand the entire process.
Is It Possible To Recover My Contacts From Google Drive?
Yes. If you have changed your old phone to a new one, you can use the same Gmail to get back all the contacts that you have saved on your previous phone.
If someone wants to restore their contact number on a lower version of an Android phone from a higher version of an Android phone, they will not be able to.
To overcome the issue, Google recommended using the Google contact app and saving your contact so that you can get all the contacts in one place and you can access all the saved contacts anywhere from the world on any device.
How Do I Recover My Contacts From Google Drive (From Mobile)?
You don’t need to use the Google Drive platform to recover your contacts on your mobile. Follow the guide below to recover your deleted or lost contacts.
Step #1: Open one of your favorite browsers and type Google.com on the search field.
Step #2: Search for “Google Contact” on the search engine, and open the official website of Google Contact
Step #3: Sign in to your account by using your Gmail address in which Gmail address you use to save the contact.
Step #4: You’ll notice all the saved contacts after successfully logging in to the Google Contact website.
Step #5: click on the setting icon from the top right corner of the website. After clicking on the icon, press your finger on Undo Changes.
Step # The action will help you to show a new window where you can select a specific time to undo changes.
The available options are:
- 10 min ago
- 1 hr ago
- 1 week ago
Although you can set a custom time to get back your changes. You can also select the already mentioned date if you think you have deleted a contact within that time.
Let’s say, you’ve deleted a contact last week, you’ll need to select a custom date. Once you select the time, Google will help you to recover all your deleted contact within the selected time automatically.
Since Google uses synchronization technology to store your data, you can see the change on your mobile phone after clicking on the undo button.
All you need to do is simply open the Google Contact app or the default calling app to see the deleted contact.