How to Freely Recover Deleted and Lost Data from Android Phone SD Card
Most of Android Smartphone, such as Samsung Galaxy Phones, HTC, Motorola and Sony, save the data especially the photos taken by the phone camera on a micro SD card inside the phone. If you accidently delete photos from your Android phone, reset the phone to factory setting by mistake or your important data in the phone were lost due to SD card brokenness or other unknown reasons.
Don’t be vexed. Tenorshare Android Data Recovery, the most powerful and professional Android SD card recovery tool, can help you to get all the deleted or lost messages, photos, videos, contacts and so on back from Android phone SD card in no time.
How to Recover Erased and Lost Data from Android SD card?
Before you start operating, you have to make sure you have downloaded and installed the program. Then run it and connect your Android device to the computer via USB.
Step1. The window will ask you to enable USB debugging. Follow the guide on the software screen to make it.
Step2. After you finish detecting device, click “Allow” when an app Superuser Request pops up on your screen. Click “Start” on the software screen.
Step3. Choose the file types you want to scan when the “All File Type” appears. Then click on “Next”. After that, you have to wait for several minutes for requesting Superuser authorization of your device.
Step4. Here you can see all the files listed by category. Then tick the files you need to recover and click “Recover” to restore lost files from Android phone SD card.
It’s rather difficult to recover data from internal memory of the phone. Somehow we truly want to share more possible solution for you to recover data from Android internal memory with Tenorshare Android Data Recovery.
For Android 4.0 earlier: Try to connect the phone to your computer, then enable the “Mass Storage” option in phone setting or connection setting. If it can pop up as a drive letter, you are allowed to use Tenorshare Android Data Recovery to scan and recover the lost files.
For Android 4.0 or later: Actually the internal memory of the phone could not appear as a drive letter in “My Computer” when it is connected. Extra operations are needed to make it such as download and install third-party “Mass Storage” on your phone. You have to know it may cause further data loss. Hence it is not highly recommended for ordinary users.
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