How to Recover Android Data
Contents Part
Getting Started
Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Introduction
Recover Your Files under Different Loss Scenarios
What Types of Files does Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Support to Recover
What Android Devices does Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Support
How to Connect Your Android Device to Tenorshare Android Data Recovery
Android Internal Memory and SD Card
How to Root Your Android Device the Easy Ways
Tenorshare Android Data Recovery Overall Guide
A General Guide for Recovering Android Data
Android Contacts Recovery
How to Recover Android Contacts
Android Messages Recovery
How to Recover Android Messages
Android Photos Recovery
How to Recover Android Photos
Android Videos Recovery
How to Recover Android Videos
Technical Support & FAQ
Technical Support & FAQ

How to Detect Your Android Device

Before you start to recover lost Android data, you need to download Tenorshare Android Data Recovery and install it on your PC. The more important is you need to allow the Tenorshare Android Data Recovery to detect your Android device. Here is the detailed guide for you step by step.

Step 1: Connect Your Android Device to PC

Double-click to run Tenorshare Android Data Recovery, and connect your Android device to PC with original USB cable, i.e. the cable that came with purchase.

Make sure there is no other Android phone management software running during the recovery process.
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Step 2: Enable USB Debugging

USB Debugging Mode is a mode that can be enabled in Android after connecting the device directly to a computer with a USB cable. The primary function of this mode is to facilitate a connection between an Android device and a computer with Android SDK (Software Development Kit).

The ways to enable USB debugging mode vary from one Android version to another.

What to Do if the Program Failed to Detect Your Device?

If this program failed to detect your device, please check and ensure you enable USB debugging successfully on your device, and the computer can detect it as a removable device for data transfer.