How to Recover Lost Files on Android Phone(Samsung/HTC/LG/Motorola etc)?
- "My Motorola Atrix 4g phone fell down in the water and is dead how to recover all data? - Recover all in information from a dead atrix phone" - Asked by Chena.Thomas
"Hi, i have just uninstalled and reinstalled an app. when it did so it deleted the data. help! how do I get my data back please?" - Asked by Abram
I`m using a samsung galaxy s3. I want to recover my lost files from DCIM. I had to root my phone, but now it says sd card might be unmounted because the app cant find it.what do I do? - Asked by Anton
Above all the question, the answer is Yes, just use a Android OS Phone Data Recovery to get all the deleted or lost data back.
First of all, download Android OS Phone Data Recovery and install it on your computer.
Notice: Please check your Samsung device model and the Android OS here before you decide to perform the recovery. Not every android devices is supported right now by Dr.Fone for Android, unless you root your device first. Dr.Fone for Android allows you to directly scan your Android devices and recover messages, contacts, photos and video from them. Next, is the step by step guide.
Step 1. Connect your Android Phone to the computer
First of all, connect your Android OS Phone to the computer. And then run the program and you may find the primary window below. Your Android OS device will probably be detected instantly.
Step 2. Enable USB debugging
If you did not enable USB debugging on the device before, you have to set it at this point. There are actually different ways for different devices based on the Android OS versions. Pick the one for yours and follow it.
1) For Android OS 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" > Click "Applications" > Click "Development" > Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android OS 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" > Click "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging"
3) For Android OS 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" > Click "About Phone" > Tap "Build number" for several times till finding a note "You are under developer mode" > Returning to "Settings" > Click "Developer options" > Check "USB debugging"
Step 3. Prepare to scan your Android Phone
Just before scan, the program needs to analyze your device first. What you should do is clicking on "Start" on the window. After that wait for the end of the Analysis.
The analysis goes a couple of seconds. Next, the program starts to scan your device. At the same time, you need to click on "Allow" on the display screen of the device to enable the application - Superuser Request. Sometimes, the button will pop up for several times. It doesn't matter. Just "Allow" it. Then click on "Start" on the window below to start scanning.
Step 4. Preview and recover Lost data from Android OS phone
The scan usually takes quite a while, specially scanning photos and video. In case your aim is at contacts and messages, it is possible to stop the scan once the pop-up note showing that messages and contacts scan has been over. Then you can certainly preview and check out those recoverable data one by one. Select them and click on "Recover" to get them back.
Notes: Remember that do't save the found files back to your Android Device, or else the recovery might fail.
Tags: Android OS Data Recovery, Android Phone Recovery, Android Data Recovery, Recover Photo Video on Android Phone
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