How to Recover Lost Files from Unrooted Android Phone
“I mistakenly deleted some files from my unrooted Android phone as there was not enough storage space left out for storing new data. I really want those files back. Please suggest me a way on how to recover lost files from unrooted Android OS. Thank you very much in advance...”
Many Android smartphone users seems to have the trouble of data loss, if you are running into any of these situations below, you should not miss this post which aims to guide you how to restore deleted data from unrooted Android phone for free :
- You may delete files from Android device by chance when it is connected to computer instead of deleting files from some other drive.
- Formatting unrooted Android erases all information about where the files are stored, what functionalities can be performed on the files and so on; this leads to deletion of entire data from unrooted Android.
- Performing factory reset deletes files from unrooted Android devices; you may not have other copy of deleted files.
No matter what reason for file deletion from unrooted Android device in the above given scenarios is; there is no need to worry. You can restore deleted data from unrooted android phone for free by using the best Android restoration software named as Tenorshare Android Data Recovery.
How to Recover Lost Files from Android Phone without Rooting
Tenorshare Android Data Recovery software can easily restore lost or deleted files from unrooted Android phones and tablets on your computer. With it, you can easily get back various files like photos, videos, audios, .apk files, etc. from unrooted Samsung, Google Nexus, HTC, LG, Motorola, and so forth. Try the demo version of software today to discover the features by yourself.
Procedural steps to retrieve data from android phone without rooting:
Step 1: Download and install Tenorshare Android Data Recovery on your laptop/PC and run the software. Attach your Android device to the PC via USB cable
Step 2: Enable USB debugging with reference on the interface. If your USB cable is lost or the USB port is damaged and you can't connect your Android phone to PC, you can try the "Wi-Fi Connection" mode which enables you to connect via Wi-Fi, no need to connect your device to computer.
Step 3: Follow the onscreen commands to turn on USB storage on your phone. When Tenorshare Android Data Recovery detects your phone, click "Start" to scan your phone for lost data.
Step 4: After scanning, you can preview them and then recover files from unrooted Android phone. Tick the files you need to recover. Click "Recover" to recover and save the lost files on your PC.
With all these steps done, the deleted files could now be recovered and saved on your computer. If you have lost or deleted important data on your Android smartphones or tablets, you can also use Tenorshare Android Data Recovery to recover deleted items.