How To Recover Data From My Android Phone
Sometimes one can accidentally delete or lose all data from the mobile phone. How do you recover data from your Android phone – like important messages, images, contact details, important notes, audio files, videos, graphics and wallpapers, etc. that are lost due to some error.
Here’s how you can recover data from your Android phone – simply install one of these apps and follow the instructions. Check out these easy-to-use tools for data recovery on Android-based mobile devices:
1. Wondershare Data Recovery
Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android – $49.95
from: Wondershare Software Co.
This is another great data recovery app for Android based mobile devices. You can restore photos, saved videos, contact details, SMS, music files and any other information that is accidentally lost. The app will scan for lost data and restore it back onto the phone. With a single click you can get back whatever you have lost. The Android mobile recovery manager handles the recovery process within seconds. The trial version can be downloaded from:
# 2: Data Recovery from Google Store
Data Recovery from Google Store is an app that deals with the complete diagnostics of your mobile phone. It checks the data status, locates the contacts, textual and multimedia files, makes a bit-by-bit copy of the data, and restores the lost data onto the phone. It is an anytime anywhere app that responds instantly to a data recovery request from the mobile user. Data can be recovered from the SIM card as well as SD card with this app. You can download free from:
MyJad Android Data Recovery is designed to help you recover any images, songs, videos, documents, archives, and more data stored on your SD card inside the Android phone. Scan, check and recover. Three simple clicks bring your digital life back to life.
Key Features of Android Data Recovery
*Excellent quality – full recovery of your lost Android data
*Absolutely safe – the scanning is just read-only, no changes done to the data of your Android device.
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4. Undelete Beta
The Undelete Beta is great at handling recovery of all kinds of lost data like emails, messages, audios, videos, photographs clicked and downloaded, and all other information that was stored on your Android-based mobile phone. You just have to pop up the application and select the memory where the app should scan for lost files, whether internal memory or SD card. The app will show a list of all the deleted files, their original directory path, etc. You can download this app free of cost from:
5. Data Recovery from Gutensoft
This is another single-click method of recovering lost or deleted data on your Android-based mobile smartphone of tablet. Just download this app on our PC and connect the phone with the USB cable. Run the app for data recovery. It will first scan for lost information like messages, contact information, archived files, emails, audios, videos, graphics, etc. and will restore it onto your mobile phone. For free download, follow this link:
6. DDR Data Recovery Software
Smartphones users save a lot of their favorite music files, videos, multimedia and graphics files, emails, instant messages, SMS, contacts, etc on their phones. If any or all of the information is accidentally deleted, this software helps you to recover the data. At a single click, it searches for lost data and provides a list for your verification. When you select “restore” the files are recovered onto your mobile phone. You can even customize the file search with options like Basic, Deep, Video, Photo, Signature searches before restoration. To download trial version click:
Any one of these tools will help you recover your lost data onto your mobile phone. Just download one of these files onto the PC. Connect your mobile device and follow the onscreen instructions.
If you would rather be safe than sorry – check out these Security Apps that help protect your Android Phone.
This is a guest post by Roy Fernandez of acquiweb.com, a site that offers savings and current information on home cable and internet, as well as other Comcast.com services.
[Updated and re-published on 11th Jun 2014]