Have you lost your Calendar Events from your Android phone or tablet? If yes, then Don’t Worry! You can recover the Calendar events from your smartphone easily. So, simply read this tutorial to know how to restore Calendar events on Android.
With the help of Android Data Recovery, one can:
- Recover lost, missing, disappeared or erased Calendar events from Android without backup.
- Also rescue other types of data like pictures, text messages, videos, audio, contacts, call history, and more.
- Extract Calendar events and other files that have been deleted due to various scenarios such as water damage, accidental deletion, factory reset, forgotten password, etc.
- Allow you to preview the calendar events before the final recovery.
- Supports all brands of Android phones or tablets such as Samsung, LG, Realme, Google Pixel, OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo, Sony, Huawei, etc.
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Google Calendar is an essential app to keep records of all the important events like marriage anniversaries, birthdays, meetings, daily routines, etc. It is really very helpful app for Android users.
However, due to some reasons, the Calendar events get disappeared from the device. If you have also lost Calendar events from your Android then you don’t need to panic as you can recover them.
So, without delay let’s dig into the solutions to restore Calendar events from Android.
1: Retrieve Missing Google Calendar Events Via “Trash”
If you use Google Calendar app then you can effectively recover lost/missing Calendar events from “Trash” folder. Each data that gets deleted from your Google account automatically moves to “Trash”. And these files stay there for 30 days. So, if the events have been deleted from your phone within 30 days then you can easily restore them from the Trash folder.
Below, learn how to restore lost Calendar reminders from Android using “Trash” folder.
Step 1: Launch the Google Calendar app on your computer and sign in to it using your Google account details.
Step 2: After this, click on “Settings” button at the top-right corner of the window and then hit “Bin/Trash”.
Step 3: Here, you will find a list of all the missing events. Choose them that you want to restore and click on “Restore” symbol.
2: Get Back Deleted Calendar Events On Android Through Local Backup
Many users back up their Android device data (including the Calendar events) to the local storage device. So, if you have also created a backup earlier then you need to only import those backup files to Google Calendar and get back all the disappeared Calendar reminders.
Below, learn the steps to restore a previous calendar event using local backup.
Step 1: Launch the Google Calendar application on your computer and sign in to it using the correct Google account details.
Step 2: Click on Settings symbol and then choose “Settings”.
Step 3: Now, you will be transferred to the Settings page. Here, you need to hit on “Import & Export” button from the left menu bar.
Step 4: At last, upload the backup file from your computer and hit on “Import”.
This will import all the Calendar reminders from the selected backup file and you can use them on your smartphone.
3: Recover Deleted Calendar Events On Android Using Android Data Recovery Tool
Many users backup their device data (including Calendar events) but some users forget to do this. If you have also not created any backup of events then you can use world-famous Android Data Recovery software to undelete Calendar events from Android.
Apart from Calendar, it supports a wide variety of other files like documents, images, videos, contacts, call history, SMS, WhatsApp conversations, audio, and many more.
It doesn’t matter how your Calendar events have been erased from your Android device, you can recover it in almost all possible scenarios like water damage, factory reset, ROM flashing, forgotten screen lock password, mistakenly deletion, black/white screen of death, etc.
Android Calendar Data Recovery tool supports almost all brands of Android phones and tablets such as LG, Samsung, Xiaomi, Huawei, OnePlus, Google Pixel, Vivo, Sony, Oppo, Realme, Asus, etc.
Note: Avoid adding any new data on your Android mobile once you realized that your Calendar events have been disappeared from your phone. If you will add any new file then this will overwrite the existing data which will lose the chance of successful Calendar recovery.
Here, learn the steps to retrieve Calendar events from Android phone/tablet without backup using Android Data Recovery software.
There are some users who really don’t know why their Calendar events get disappeared from their devices. If you also wish to know the causes behind it so that you can take care of it in the future, then below read about it.
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Reason: Why Calendar Events Get Disappeared From Android?
- Google Calendar events mainly disappear from your Android device due to syncing problems.
- It can also happen due to sync failure, when you access Google Calendar between devices then bugs can lead to the deletion of Calendar reminders.
- Corrupted cache files can also result in events missing from your phone.
- If you are using multiple devices such as tablets, computers, etc. then you will find missing Calendar events. This happens if you signed into your Google account from another device. Every device that you use needs syncing so that you can access it from any one of them.
- If you have uninstalled the Calendar app from your device and then reinstall it.
- Or you have factory reset your phone and don’t restore the Calendar app to its default settings.
Bonus Tip: Prevent Calendar Events Loss From Android In Future
You can back up the Calendar events so that in the future this backup file will help you.
Here, learn how to backup Google Calendar to Google Could:
Step 1: Navigate to Settings > Accounts and backup > Backup and restore.
Step 2: Tick the box “Back up my data” and then choose “Backup account” button to write your Google accounts details.
Step 3: After this, tap on the account and instantly switch on the “Calendar” option. When this process gets completed then you can access Google Calendar easily via your Google account.
Enable “Events From Gmail” On Google Calendar
“Events from Gmail” is a service that lets you automatically get reminders for meetings and events from Gmail, after receiving an email about it.
This service is available in almost all of the main email providers such as Yahoo Mail, Microsoft Outlook, etc. When you receive an email regarding a meeting or other events then the information is quickly copied to the Google Calendar app for the reminder.
However, this service is only available if you have enabled the “Events from Gmail” service in your Google Calendar app. If you only face issues with Gmail-specific tasks then this service will be disabled.
To enable this feature, you need to go to the Google Calendar’s Settings page and select “Events from Gmail” from the left menu bar to turn on the service. Tick all the boxes, and then you will find all the Gmail-specific tasks in the Calendar app.
You can also use our Android Data Backup & Restore tool to back up your Android Calendar. If you want to backup other files using this tool then you can also do this. And at the time of restoration, you can restore the entire contents or you can do this selectively.
In this guide, we have mentioned 3 easy and effective ways to restore Calendar events on Android. If the first 2 solutions doesn’t help you to get back lost/deleted calendar then you must try 3rd solutions which is to use Android Data Recovery software to retrieve Calendar without any backup.
Max Field is a founder of recoverandroid-data.com. He is an Android lover and loves to write tips, tricks, fixes for errors, data recovery solutions and more related to Android.