Find yourself with a broken Galaxy S7 Edge? Here is how you can recover data from a phone that doesn’t have a working display. With the release of Samsung Galaxy S8 and S9, the retail price of Galaxy S7 Edge has been reduced hence it has become that much more accessible. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is one of the brand’s most beautifully designed smartphone. Shipping with Samsung’s exclusive curved Super AMOLED screen, unfortunately, it makes it quite fragile hence susceptible to damages. If you have a Galaxy S7 Edge with a broken screen, learn how to recovery data from it with the guide ahead.
As explained, Galaxy S7 Edge is surely beautiful but it is as equally sensitive. The build materials are not to be blamed but rather the design. The curved display makes it quite easy to break it. The display being the only visual output of Android, here is how you can recover data from a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge that has a broken / not working front display. This guide also applies if your phone is not responding to any input.
If you do have a broken S7 Edge, the only option is to replace the phone but that still leaves you without your data. This is where our guide helps. The steps ahead will show how to restore user data from Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge which has a broken screen. You don’t have to worry at all about your data that is stored in internal storage of your S7 Edge.
Recover Data from Galaxy S7 Edge Broken Screen
To recover data from your Galaxy S7 Edge, just follow the step-by-step guide given below
- Assuming that you have a Samsung Account
- Assuming that you have setup the very account on your Galaxy S7 Edge
Step 1 – Open find my mobile by Samsung on your computer and login with the same credentials that you used in your Samsung Account. If you have forgotten the password, you can always use forgotten password option and recover it from your email address
Step 2 – After you have signed in, you will be able to see the actions you can perform remotely on your Galaxy S7 Edge. Find the option Remotely Unlock my Phone or Unlock Screen Remotely then click on the Remotely Unlock option.
Step 3 – After clicking on Remotely Unlock option, you S7 Edge will be unlocked.
Step 4 – Now, connect your phone with computer via data cable and restore the internal data by using it as a USB device or with the help of Samsung Kies.
By now, you should be able to access all your Galaxy S7 Edge data from your PC. We hope this guide helped you, if you have any questions, just drop a comment below.