Lost Data on Android Phone or Tablet?
Accidently deleted photos or messages on your Samsung Galaxy S5? Want to recover important data from your Android smartphone on Mac without backup? Like the Apple iOS devices, Android phone or tablet could easily lose data due to accidental deletion, factory settings restore, ROM flash, root, or corruption. If you happen to lose important Android files and want to get them back on a Mac, read the parts below in details and you will learn Tenorshare Android Data Recovery on Mac. It applies to any Android phone or tablet.
- Part 1. Can You Get Back Deleted, Lost Files from Android Devices on a Mac?
- Part 2. How to Recover Android Data on Mac OS X?
- Part 3. Android Phones and Tablets That You can Recover Data from
Part 1. Can You Get Back Deleted, Lost Files from Android Devices on a Mac?
When you deleted files by accident or lost data due to other reasons, the data are not really gone and they just disappear from your Android screen. With third-party Android data recovery software for Mac, you can easily recover all lost files. Here we recommend Tenorshare Android data recovery mac tool - Tenorshare Android Data Recovery for Mac. It is the top tier and most popular program for Android users to recover deleted, lost data from Android phones or tablets on Mac OS X (including Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion, 10.7/10.6.)
It works well on all Mac computers, such as MacBook Pro, iMac, MacBook Air, and Mac Pro.
Part 2. How to Recover Android Data on Mac OS X?
Have this Android mobile phone/tablet data recovery software free download on your Mac OS X, and then you can recover all data, including contacts, messages, photos, videos, music, and other files of more than 300 file formats. Here are the steps.
Step 1: Connect Your Android Phone or Tablet
Launch Tenorshare Android Data Recovery software and you will get the interface like below. Then connect Android device to PC with a USB cable directly. If you don't have a USB cable, try Wi-Fi to connect your Android device.
Step 2: Enable USB Debugging
Before scanning, you should enable USB debugging. The steps for different Android vary, so follow the instruction correctly shown on the software screen.
Step 3: Turn on USB Storage
You should turn on USB storage. Just follow the steps to finish it for your device according to the on-screen guide.
Step 4: Start Scanning Files on Android Device
After PC detects your Android device, click "Next". Click "Allow" on your Android device to allow the program super user authorization when an app Superuser Request pops up. It provides two recovery modes to recover files on any device: Quick Recovery and Deep Recovery. choose the perfect mode for yourself and start to scan your Android device.
Step 5: Preview and Recover Lost Android Files
After the scan, your data will be classified by category, so you can easily choose any kind of them to preview. After preview, select your wanted ones, click "Recover" and choose a save path on your PC to save them.
Part 3. Android Phones and Tablets That You Can Recover Data from
As the best Android file recovery software on Mac OS X, Card Data Recovery for Mac supports to recover lost data from all Android phones and tablets. Here we list the hot ones.
|Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S IV, Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy S II, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy Note II, HTC One, HTC One M8, HTC One Max, HTC Butterfly S, HTC Droid DNA, HTC One X+, HTC One Mini, HTC One XL, HTC One S, Motorola Moto G, Motorola Moto X, Motorola Moto E, Motorola Droid Maxx, Motorola Droid Ultra, Motorola Droid Mini, G3, LG G2, LG G Pro 2, LG G Flex, LG Optimus G, LG Optimus G Pro, Sony Xperia Z1 Compact, Sony Xperia Z2, Sony Xperia Z1, Sony Xperia Z, Sony Xperia ZL, and more.||Google Nexus 7, Google Nexus 10, Samsung Galaxy Tab S, Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro, Samsung Galaxy Tab 27.0, Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, LG G Pad 8.3, Google Play Edition, Evga Tegra Note 7, Asus Transformer Pad TF701T, Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700, Asus Fonepad, Asus Padfone 2, Amazon Kindle Fire, Tesco Hudl, Acer Iconia A1, Archos 80 Titanium, and more|