It’s very common that people surf the internet with mobile phone as it is convenient to carry and use. I guess you are not the exceptional. In daily life, you may also delete some valuable files by mistake from either Android or iOS, like pictures, music, videos and browsing history. So, do you wonder how to recover deleted browsing history from Android?
If you are suffering this problem, please keep reading this post and follow the solutions demonstrated to find deleted browsing history back on Android.
Before starting deleted browsing history recovery for Android, you need to know something:
1. Have you synced the browsing data to Google Account?
In general, if you have registered on the Chrome browser, such as Google, the browsing data will be synced to Google account by default when you log in. The files include browsing history, bookmarks and many other kinds of information.
Therefore, if you intend to recover deleted browsing history on Android, you can just enter the Google account to retrieve them with ease.
2. You may need a professional Android data recovery program.
As data loss from Android phone occurs frequently, you can find some Android data recovery software specially designed to recover deleted or lost files from Android.
MiniTool Mobile Recovery for Android is a candidate. It is free and professional, so you can find the lost or deleted files back on your Android as long as they are not covered by other new data.
Well, let’s see how to recover the deleted browsing history on Android with the two different methods in the following paragraphs.
Solution 1: Recover Deleted Browsing History on Android via Google Account
If you have a Google Chrome account and synced the browsing data, just try this method to restore your browsing history on Android.
Step 1: Open a new web page and enter this link: https://myaccount.google.com/dashboard
Step 2: Input your Google account and password to enter Google account and password, then you can find this page, on which there are various browsing records, including Chrome Sync, Account, Contact, Calendar, Search History and so on.
Step 3: Find and tap Search History to find and check the synced browsing history on Android. To recover them, you can choose to access the desired websites and save them as bookmarks. In this way, you can use them at any time.
After finishing 3 steps above, the deleted browsing history will come back to your Android. To keep the browsing records safe, you are suggested to log in your account when surfing the web.
Solution 2: Recover Deleted Browsing History on Android via MiniTool for Android
As mentioned in above section, MiniTool Mobile Recovery for Android is able to recover deleted browsing history. You may want to know how to use it to complete the task. Now just keep on reading this part carefully if you are not experienced in mobile data recovery.
First of all, this Android data recovery software has two recovery modules: Recover from Phone and Recover from SD-Card. You can recover most types of deleted or lost files, including image, contacts, messages, etc. To restore deleted browsing history, please choose the previous module.
1. Please DO NOT save any new data to your Android device when you realize you’ve deleted something important and you plan to recover it. This is because the deleted data may be overwritten by new data and become unrecoverable.
2. Before using this data recovery software, you’d better quit other Android management programs to make sure this software can work smoothly to recover the browsing history.
Here are the detailed steps to recover deleted browsing history on Android with MiniTool:
Step 1: Select a proper recovery module
Initially, you need to connect your Android device to a healthy computer via USB cable. Launch the software to get the main interface, where 2 recovery modules can be seen. Click Recover from Phone module to begin.
Step 2: Identify Android device
If you haven’t enabled the USB debugging, please follow the guidance on this interface to choose the corresponding Android version to enable USB debugging on your Android device. If this is your first time to connect Android phone to computer, you should first allow the USB debugging.
Step 3: Choose a scan method
Then you come the Device Ready to Scan interface as shown below.
You can see the data types supported by this software and 2 scan methods – Quick Scan and Deep Scan.
Read the introduction carefully before making a choice:
Quick Scan: You can only find 4 types of files (the first 4 types listed in the interface) by default as the software will scan the device in a quick way.
Deep Scan: This scan method will scan your device for all types of files listed. It is preferred in many cases. But it will cost you more time.
Here, I will choose Deep Scan method and click Next to begin the scanning process.
Step 4: Check target items to recover
When the scanning process finishes, the interface will move on to the next – scan result interface. You can see the file types listed on the left side. Just choose History to browse and look for the desired browsing history.
You can switch the OFF button to ON to allow you to preview the selected items. Then, pick up the needed items and click Recover to go on.
Step 5: Select a location to save the browsing history
Then, a pop-out window will come into sight, asking you to choose a storage location. The software will identify a storage path by default. Of course, you can specify another storage destination as you like (except the location on Android device).
After choosing the storage location, just click Recover to save the selected files directly to the destination.
When all these steps are finished, you can go to the specified storage path to view the recovered browsing history.
In general, it is easy to operate MiniTool Mobile Recovery for Android to recover deleted browsing history on Android. If you want to restore more data without limit, you are suggested to get the advanced version of this program.