These Simple Steps can teach you to Recover Deleted Files From Android Device:
Install Android Data Recover Software to Recover the Lost Files:
Install the Data Recover software on your computer and Install. Now you will be asked to connect your Android Device to PC using USB.
Set up Android to Enable the USB debugging:
After connecting your Android Device to your computer, Go to Step 2 below – Enable USB Debugging. Here you have three options to Recover the data according to various Android OS versions:
- For Android 4.2 and Later version: Go to Settings >> About Phone >> Build number for several times and when you get the note: You Are Under Developer Mode, you can go back to Settings >> Developer options >> USB debugging.
- Android 3.0 to 4.1 version: Go to Settings >> Developer Options >> USB debugging.
- Android 2.3 or earlier version: Go to Settings >> Applications >> Development >> USB debugging.
Recovery of data in Android Latest Version, you are allowed to selectively choose which type of files to be scanned. If you want to recover all type of files, you can just skip it and move on.
3. Start Scanning Your Android Phone for Deleted Files:
Once you completed USB debugging for your Android, it will be detected by the Recovery software. Now click on the Green Button “Start” to analyze your Lost Android Mobile Data.
When you see the window as shown below, it’s time to go to your Android Device again, Click on the “Allow” icon, then return back to the computer and click on the “Start” button to continue.
4. Preview and recover contacts, messages, photos and video from Android
As you can see in the below image, this Android Mobile Data Recovery can recover the data including Text Messages, photos, videos and Contacts from your Android Device. But the thing is that you can only see the Preview Messages, Contacts and Photos for now.
Coming to the last step, Check and Mark those you want to recover and click on “Recover” to save them into your Laptop/PC.
So you are able to recover the unfortunately erased data with Android Data Recovery tool, one suggestion from my end is that it would be much better to back up the important Data to prevent data loss. Why because, sometimes Data recovery software also may not recover the whole data at once.
Some possible tips to Backup the Data:
For some types of Android devices, you can backup the data with official backup Applications.
For example, if you are using Samsung Galaxy device, then Samsung Kies can be a good choice for backup. As well for HTC, you can use HTC Sync Manager backup your data. In same way for Sony users, they can choose Sony PC Companion to make a backup.
To prevent loss of data and save the Storage Space, you can also choose the Google Photos (or) Dropbox App to Sync your Data to Cloud.
Another way to back up your Android phone Data is to get help from the third party Apps like Phone Transfer, which allows you to back up Contacts, Call logs, Text Messages, Apps, Photos, Playlists info, Calendar, Music and Videos from Android Device within a short time.