Here's a Samsung hack that allows you to see old deleted messages | The Sun

IT’S possible to recover old deleted messages on Samsung devices thanks to a cheeky hidden feature, a TikToker has revealed.

A user, who runs the page @gadgetsinnepall, says the process is simple – and only requires you to follow a few basic steps.

In a clip, which has since been liked more than 966k times, the tech guru says you need to go into your phone and select settings.

Then type notification history into your search bar and select notification history from the drop down menu.

From there you can choose to turn on recent and snoozed notifications.

Then if “anybody deletes any messages, you can find out what it was,” the TikToker said.

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“Just go back to notification history, scroll down and you can find all messages before they were deleted.”

Users in the comments were overjoyed by the useful find, branding the hack “amazing.”

“I’m very happy right now,” one said.

“I’m grateful,” another added.

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“Thanks for your help,” a third penned.

While a fourth wrote: “I’d recommend his services.”

Last week, it was also revealed that iPhone users had the ability to recover deleted texts thanks to a brand new featured.

Apple recently updated every iPhone with the ability to bring deleted messages back from the dead.

You can recover any message that was deleted fewer than 30 days ago.

Sadly if a message was deleted more than 30 days ago, it's automatically cleared forever.

But the good news is that recovering messages is extremely simple.

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