Step 1- Simply Connect Your Device
Open the Android Data Recovery, and here you’ll get the interface such as below. Choose “Recover Lost Data” feature.
Next, connect your smartphone through an OEM USB cable.
Step 2: Enable The USB Debugging
Ensure you’ve turned ON the USB debugging on the phone, in order to enable the USB debugging, follow these steps: Open Settings app >> Switch the USB option to the ‘Transferring files’ then return to Setting, look for ‘Build’. At this time, scroll down & find the option ‘Build Number’ >> tap on it 7 times.
[su_note note_color=”#edfdf6″]Please Note: There’re 2 buttons on a bottom. Click it if you are unable to enable the USB debugging/connect to a device. Now, follow an on-screen instruction.[/su_note]
Once enabling a USB debugging, you have to allow authorization on the phone. Simply click “OK” once the window pop-up on your device’s screen. Suppose if a window does not appear, on a program, tap “Show Again”.
Step 3- Start The Scanning Process
Once your phone is connected, you’ll get a screen as follows. Then, choose the file types that you need to recover, and tap “Start” option to scan your device.
At this time, a program begins to obtain the information of your device, & then install the Connector application on your device in order to request access permissions for messages, contacts, call history, and other data. The Connector application is 100% free & safe to install. Then, click on the “Allow” option on your device.
[su_note note_color=”#edfdf6″]Please Note: This purpose is to better locate more deleted information with the privacy protection. Don’t operate your mobile during the file recovery process.[/su_note]
Step 4- Preview & Recover Deleted Data on Android
When scanning, you will see all the media files shown by the list & choose any file to preview & restore.
All you need to do is to tick a file that you need to restore. Tap on a “Recover” option to save your lost file on your computer. For pictures, documents, and video files, they’ll be saved in an original file format; but for SMSs, contacts, and call records, they’ll be saved in .TXT, .XML, .XLS files.