Nowadays, more and more Android users choose rooting to have more control over many settings, features and performance of their phones or tablets. Though it enables you to make global changes, it makes your Android devices virus prone. As a result, your files would easily get corrupted or deleted. Then what should you do to recover lost Android data after rooting?
Once you find contacts, messages, photos and other Android files disappeared after rooting, the first thing you should do is to stop using the devices to avoid the overwriting of data and increase the risk of recovering lost Android files. Then you should turn to Android Data Recovery Pro for help, with which you can easily recover lost contacts, photos, messages and other 8 types of Android files on Android 6.0 M, Android 5.1/5.0 Lollipop, Android 4.4 KitKat, etc.
Android Data Recovery Pro helps you to recover deleted files from Android unrooted devices, scan and restore any deleted or lost files from all Android phones and tablets including the latest Samsung Note 4, MX 4, LG3, Samsung GALAXY Tab S, LG G Tablet 8.3, etc. You can download the free trial and give it a shot.
First of all, launch Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Pro on PC and connect your phone or tablet either with a USB cable or via Wi-Fi connection. The detailed instructions are as below.
Click "Allow" on your Android device, and then click "Start" on the software to initiate the process of scanning lost Android files.
There're 2 recovery modes for your selection: Quick Recovery and Deep Recovery. Select one that suits you more.
When Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Pro finishes scanning, it will display all files both existing and lost by category. After previewing, select those you want to retrieve and click "Recover".
Then specify a path on PC to save those selected files as the picture below. Click "Save" to move on the process.
To successfully retrieve Android data after format, your patience is appreciated. And next time when you root your Android phone or tablet, remember to back them up beforehand. Or you can check tips on rooting for relevant information.