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Android Data Recovery for Mac

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Data Loss Situations You May Meet

Android Data Recovery is designed to deal with a range of data loss situations happened to your Android smartphone/tablet. Such as mistaken deletion, water damage, improper operation, system corruption, virus attack, factory settings restore, rooting, software update and so forth.

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Virus Attack

Mistaken Deletion

Types of Files You Can Recover

As a professional data recovery tool, Android Data Recovery for Mac works well to retrieve up to 8 types of lost files, undoubtedly. And the beautiful preview window allows you to read contents in threads before recovery. At the same time, those recoverable files can be exported in various popular formats to your Mac.

Contacts

Call History

Messages

Photos

Videos

Audios

WhatsApp

Other Files

Android Smartphone You Can Restore From

Android Data Recovery for Mac works perfectly with all Android smartphones and tablets prevailing on the market such as Samsung, Motorala, HTC, Sony, LG, Google and so on. So long as you are Android users, definitely, the program can help you a lot.

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Use Android Data Recovery As Easy As 1-2-3

To be efficient and time-saving, three recovery steps allow you to quickly scan and find lost data. Additionally, concise interface suite for both green hand and old hand to operate. All scanned files are orderly listed by categories, time and folders for your preview in prior to recovery.

1.Connect Your Device

2.Scan & Search

3.Recover Your Data

FAQS
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How to Recover Data from Android without USB Debugging
Tips
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